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When I was 17 years old with a brand new driver’s license, I applied for my first job at the Vanilla Bean in Two Harbors. I needed some income to pay for all those movies I went to and all the sickeningly sweet lattes I consumed. I got the job and promptly began my career of serving food. I remember the first time owner Paul Bergman came into the restaurant when I was working. He had an easy smile, but it was always a little terrifying waiting on him and the important-looking people he usually dined with.
Thursday, July, 25, 2013 - Lake County News Chronicle - Opinion
Friday, September, 27, 2013 - Lake County News Chronicle - Community
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Friday, January, 11, 2013 - Lake County News Chronicle - Community
Friday, March, 01, 2013 - Lake County News Chronicle - Community
Monday, July, 22, 2013 - Lake County News Chronicle - News
Paul Bergman’s nameplate and empty chair sat unattended at the far right side of the table in the Lake County Board’s chambers as fellow commissioners honored him with a moment of silence at Tuesday’s regular board meeting.
Thursday, July, 25, 2013 - Lake County News Chronicle - News
Christian Dalbec says he never thought of himself as an artist. After 12 years as a guitarist in a rock band and growing renown as a photographer, it’s safe to say he’s earned the title.
Thursday, March, 28, 2013 - Lake County News Chronicle - Community
Paul Gothard Bergman, 64, of Two Harbors, died peacefully on Saturday, July 20, with “his girls” and his wife by his side.
Thursday, July, 25, 2013 - Lake County News Chronicle - Obituaries (free view)
John Iversen grew up in Two Harbors in a family that wore its politics on its sleeve. His mother, Alice, now in her 90s, was on the board of Minnesota’s first community health care center, founded in Two Harbors, as well as the board of the Two Harbors Federal Credit Union. Both organizations emerged from the communities determination to work together and take care of one another. Paul’s brother was on the Two Harbors City Council for years, was vice president of the Duluth labor council and has been active in social and political issues, as well. That John Iversen became an activist should come as no surprise.
Thursday, August, 22, 2013 - Lake County News Chronicle - News