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You’ve heard of blue jays and squirrels robbing bird feeders, but when was the last time you looked out and saw a turkey gobbling up the nuts and seeds? For Cliff and Lela Hanson who live on the Scenic Highway, the answer to that question is “today.”
Thursday, October, 18, 2012 - Lake County News Chronicle - Community
There was some stiff competition at the FIRST Robotics Worlds Competition in St. Louis over the weekend. The Two Harbors team, which is in its first year, held its own against teams sponsored by companies like Google and Motorola and hailing from places like Israel and Turkey.
Thursday, May, 02, 2013 - Lake County News Chronicle - News
Friday, November, 30, 2012 - Lake County News Chronicle - Community
Friday, December, 28, 2012 - Lake County News Chronicle - Education
Last summer’s flooding has created large gravel bars that are blocking the mouths of several North Shore streams, say fisheries officials with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
Sunday, January, 27, 2013 - Duluth News Tribune - Outdoors
Wednesday, November, 21, 2012 - Lake County News Chronicle - Community
Reports filed Monday from Minnesota Department of Natural Resources conservation officers in the region.
Thursday, June, 21, 2012 - Lake County News Chronicle - News
When I interviewed the new police officers Greg and Ken, they both said they were thrilled to find work in Two Harbors after leaving the area. Greg went to school in Mankato, ten miles away from my alma mater, and then Hibbing before coming back to Two Harbors. Ken also left for school in Alexandria and found a job out there. He was gone for 20 years before finding work here.
Friday, July, 20, 2012 - Lake County News Chronicle - Opinion
Thursday, May, 02, 2013 - Lake County News Chronicle - Community
Last year, the organizers of the Harvest Booya and Finnfest had to make a tough decision. The ranks of volunteers were thinning and younger ones were not stepping in to fill the roster, so in 2012, for the first time since 1985, the booya was cancelled. Unwilling to give up on the beloved fall festival, Stacy Breden and Julie Arnold went to work--now they are hoping to Save the Booya.
Thursday, February, 28, 2013 - Lake County News Chronicle - Community
Friday, March, 22, 2013 - Lake County News Chronicle - Opinion
What’s at the top of local nonprofits’ Christmas lists?
Thursday, December, 13, 2012 - Lake County News Chronicle - Community
Thursday, February, 21, 2013 - Lake County News Chronicle - Community