Feb. 17, 1944: Northern Minnesota officials will converge upon Grand Rapids on Feb. 19 to ransack with each other and with Governor Thye plans for abolishing the practice of county boards in construction highways to lone shacks in the deep woods.
Feb. 13, 1969: The interested observer, the novice painter and the accomplished artist have something in coming along with everyone here in Silver Bay.
Feb. 3, 1994: The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) has received the final report on last September's search for those well-publicized barrels on the bottom of Lake Superior.
Jan. 27, 1944: Just how many soldiers, sailors and marines have gone from Lake County, anyhow?
Jan. 20, 1944: Lawrence Croke and Harold Rude, two young Saturday night drivers, with the greatest of ease, just like the man on the flying trapeze, sailed through the air and off the Sucker River bridge, down, down, down 165 feet to the bottomest basin of the chasm and both escaped injury.
Jan. 13, 1944: The 1944 transmigration of the soul of Paul Bunyan, the redoubtable woodsman of long ago, finds it encased the the swelling bosom of Duane Ruberg, 12 years of age, who each Saturday when free from school mightily cuts between 70 and 80 cedar posts on the farm of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Ruberg, in Silver Creek.
Jan. 2, 1968: A group of aviation enthusiasts volunteered their labor to construct a six-unit airplane hangar at the Silver Bay Municipal Airport.
Dec. 30, 1943
Dec. 19, 1918: Soldier boy writes to parents and tells of life and experience he encountered in the service.
Nov. 25, 1943: Apple products to cost more