Dec. 9, 1943: An all-time record was set by the D.M. & I.R. docks in Two Harbors when the steamer Governor Miller cleared the port with the final ore cargo of the 1943 season.
Nov. 26, 1918
Nov. 21, 1918: The influenza and pneumonia situation this morning is as follows:
Nov. 14, 1918: Hostilities have ceased and all Two Harborites demonstrated their happiness in big celebration here.
Nov. 7, 1968: As Lake County went Tuesday in the presidential election, so apparently did not the nation go.
Oct. 24, 1918: Recovering from a shrapnel wound
Oct. 14, 1943: Hope given for Norlen safety
Oct. 17, 1918: Influenza victim is called by death
Oct. 10, 1918: Youthful wife is pneumonia victim
Sept. 5, 1918: Lake County exhibit ranks among best – Ray L. Sisler, Lake County agricultural agent, writes a very interesting letter regarding the exhibit that Lake County sent to the Minnesota State Fair this year.