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Tae Kosmo (front left) and Cyrus Keithly-Myers (front right) pose with their coach Roger Anderson at the Minnesota Judo Championship Tournament in Eagan. Tae took second place and Cyrus took first place in their respective divisions. Submitted photo.
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Inside Lake County News Chronicle

Deepest sympathy goes out to the family and friends of Pat LeBlanc, Sr. Pat died on May 9, 2015. There will be a memorial service at 11 a.m. on Friday, ...

The Two Harbors track and field team took third and fourth in the Polar League Conference Championship Wednesday.

The championship was held in Barnum this year.

The boys took ...

Two Harbors Police Department officers Rick Hogenson (left) and James Cavallin hang out with Minnehaha students during lunch Tuesday.

Law enforcement officers in Two Harbors enjoyed lunch at Minnehaha Elementary School last week. The students and officers celebrated Cinco de Mayo with Mexican eats, including quesadillas and tacos. Photos ...

Clutter makes your home difficult to keep clean and organized, and it is a challenge for almost everyone. This week, let's throw some things away. There probably are 50 ways, ...

Lila Hangartner turned 101 on April 6. There was a small get together on Wednesday to celebrate her special day. Happy Birthday Lila!


Amy Gardner will share photos and ...

A few months ago, my family returned from our region's Citizens Climate Lobby Conference in Des Moines, Iowa. You might not think that a conference about climate change could be ...

The Silver Bay student bands are hosting a Mexican Dinner at William Kelley High School on Tuesday.

The event is from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the WKHS cafeteria. Ticket ...

Community members will have chance to learn more about the Two Harbors Golf Association and their plans for the golf course at a meet and greet next week.

The meet ...

The April ReVisioning Two Harbors community meeting will be held Tuesday, April 21 at the United Church, 531 3rd Ave., Two Harbors. Dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m. and ...


Ice cream factory is new industry

Negotiations have been concluded and Two Harbors is now assured of a new industry in which farmers will be afforded a market for ...

This Easter season has generated a lot of discussion about religion, freedom of religion and the role of religion in public life. Sometimes ignored is the very important topic of ...

Minnesota State Sgt. Neil Dickson clarifies laws when it comes to stopping on the interstate to use a cell phone.

April 3

Kids movie, 2:30 p.m. at Two Harbors Public Library.

April 4

Community Easter egg hunt, 10 a.m. at Thomas Owens Park in Two Harbors. Bad weather location is ...

SafeWise, a home security company, released its safest cities of Minnesota list this week. Two Harbors was named No. 5. The company said it used statistics from the Federal Bureau ...