The Minnesota Department of Agriculture and partner organizations are planning to tackle gypsy moth infestations this spring west of Two Harbors, and this summer near Beaver Bay. In anticipation of the proposed treatments, the department is inviting people to learn about the effort at open houses Feb. 28 in Two Harbors and Beaver Bay.
Students bustle in and out of classrooms on a Saturday afternoon, donning safety goggles use rulers and poster paper to create robot models.
The Two Harbors Area Fund and the LaBounty Family Fund seek Lake County nonprofit organizations with project ideas for funding available through their spring grant rounds.
The Two Harbors boys basketball team lost a pair of games at the Mesabi East Invitational last week, first losing to Eveleth-Gilbert 63-48 on Thursday, Dec. 28, and Mesabi East 95-65 on Friday, Dec. 29.
The Lake County Board of Commissioners kicked off the New Year with its organizational meeting Tuesday, Jan. 2, in Two Harbors, naming the board chairman, setting its meeting schedule and making committee assignments.
Silver Bay Fire Department Chief Mike Rowlee was reappointed as the city's fire administrator during the City Council meeting Tuesday, Jan. 2.
A-1 Auto Transport is offering eligible students of Lake County an opportunity to win scholarships totaling $250, $500 or $1,000 per year.
1. Pierre the Voyageur loses arm: Pierre the Voyageur greets everyone traveling north on Highway 61 as they enter Two Harbors, but on March 7, the 20-foot tall, 57-year-old statue lost its right arm and canoe paddle to a gust of wind.
1. North Shore Storm girls coaching staff resigns: In May, the entire coaching staff for the North Shore Storm girls hockey team resigned.
The Lake County Board of Commissioners has voted increase its pay in 2018 for the first time since 2014.