Katie Rohman is regional editor of the Pine Journal, the Lake County News-Chronicle and the Superior Telegram. She joined Forum Communications Company in October 2017. Rohman previously served as managing editor of two newspapers in Blair, Neb., and five newspapers in the Niles, Mich., area. She also worked at newspapers in Park Rapids and Austin, Minn., and Mayville, N.D. The South Dakota native has a bachelor's degree from Minnesota State University Moorhead.
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Wild rice harvesting season occurs annually between Aug. 15 and Sept. 30 and wildlife managers from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources say it’s shaping up to be a challenging harvest season. More than 1,200 lakes and rivers in 54 counties contain wild rice, but harvestable stands of rice can be found from the Canadian border down to the metro area.
Anyone interested in deer can talk with area wildlife managers from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources at meetings scheduled across the state meant to encourage discussions about deer and deer management, enhance local relationships and foster two-way communication. These area-level engagement meetings organized by the DNR are one of the first steps identified for implementing the state’s new White-tailed Deer Management Plan.
Nineteen motorcycles registered for the Beaver River Run on Saturday, Aug. 4, in Beaver Bay.
Two Harbors hosted the fifth biennial Chalk.a.Lot festival Saturday, July 14, on sidewalks and streets by Thomas Owens Park. Over 75 professional and nonprofessional artists participated.
Independence Day will be arriving a bit early for folks in Isabella. The Isabella Friends of the Fourth Independence Day Celebration is scheduled to begin at noon Saturday, June 30, at Flathorn Lake. The day’s events will begin with the national anthem followed by a barbecue with Dickey Singleton. There will be games, with pop and water provided and a “veteran board of honor.” Attendees are asked to bring an image of a veteran, past or present, to share on the board.
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The Lake County News-Chronicle only publishes cases involving gross misdemeanor and felony charges. MARCH 7
The Two Harbors Area Chamber of Commerce will host an informational meeting for its members Wednesday, March 7, at 4 p.m. at the Law Enforcement Center. The City of Two Harbors is seeking a new half-percent dedicated sales tax to help offset road and infrastructure costs. The City is addressing legislators at the capitol during the 2018 session with the intention of moving forward to public referendum on November's ballot. The City is requesting a resolution of support from the Two Harbors Area Chamber for this half-percent tax.