Monday, Sept. 17 1:21 a.m. Officer checked local businesses. 3:28 a.m. Officer responded to medical assist near Second Avenue. 5:22 a.m. Traffic stop for speed. 8:26 a.m. Report of animal disturbance near 10th Avenue. 2:24 p.m. Officers performed welfare check near Fourth Avenue. 3:41 p.m. Officer performed welfare check near First Avenue. 4:39 p.m. Report of hit and run accident. 6:11 p.m. Traffic stop for driving complaint. 7:44 p.m. Report of suspicious activity near Seventh Avenue.
Monday, Sept. 17 Inmate Population: 15 7:36 a.m. Deputy at Two Harbors High School for the start of the school day. 10:22 a.m. Deputy responded to security alarm in Two Harbors. All secure. 12:53 p.m. Deputy and Lake County Rescue Squad respond to medical at Split Rock Lighthouse. One transported by ambulance to Lake View Hospital. 1:49 p.m. Deputy made traffic stop on Minnesota Highway 61 near Split Rock River. Cited for speed 85/55 and no proof of insurance. Warned for failure to update driver’s license address.
I couldn’t agree more with Curt Anderson of Silver Bay regarding Two Harbors traffic (Letter to the editor, “What public ‘voices transportation vision?,’” Sept. 14 News-Chronicle). Trying to get through Two Harbors on Fridays and Sundays is agonizing for all of us. Is it any wonder that restaurants, gas stations and other businesses can’t attract motorists to their establishments? No parking is a big issue.
CROSS-COUNTRY: Saturday, Sept. 22
Two Harbors Public Library: New fiction
Monday, Sept. 10 Inmate Population: 12
Monday, Sept. 10
Motorists traveling through Two Harbors on Minnesota Highway 61 at Sixth Street will be restricted to a single lane, one direction at a time, controlled by a temporary signal Monday, Sept. 24, through Thursday, Sept. 27. The single-lane section is only a few hundred feet long at Sixth Street. The traffic restriction is necessary as crews work on a deep storm sewer pipe. Temporary concrete barrier will separate traffic from the work area.
CROSS-COUNTRY: Thursday, Sept. 13
Two Harbors Public Library New feature DVDs