HEALTHY TIDBITS Rebecca (Becky) Nordstrom Hall, Port City Nominee
Becky Hall was nominated by the Lake Superior Medical Society for Port CityWomen of The Year.Most everyone knows Becky because she knows everyone! Her smile is contagious to say the least about herand... Posted on 5/5/10 at 1:24 PM
STAFF BLOG TWIN PORTS BUSINESS Setting up for new restaurants, retail
We at Twin Ports Business know how our readers love everything food and retail, so in case you missed it, the Duluth City Council voted last night to reshape the area between Kohl's and Central High S... Posted on 9/15/09 at 8:08 AM
The City of Silver Bay met Monday night and made quick work of its agenda. In less than fifteen minutes the council members had approved the minutes of the last meeting, paid the bills, made all necessary decisions and were back in their cars headed home. All councilors, Mayor Joanne Johnson, City Administrator Lana Fralich and City Attorney Pete Morris were present for the meeting.
Community members clashed at Monday’s Two Harbors City Council meeting when a group called Friends of the Band Shell Park requested the council’s support for a plan to renovate or replace the Paul Gauche Memorial Band Shell in Thomas Owens Park.
Two Harbors City Council members unanimously voted Monday night to make an amendment to a resolution made earlier this year in which the company run by Sam Cave offered land to the city as a donation. It will cost the city $10,000 more than it bargained for.
My name is Jerry Norberg and I am seeking the city council at-large seat in Two Harbors. I am a lifelong resident of Lake County and have lived in the city for the past 22 years. I graduated from Two Harbors High School and, in one week, will retire from the Lake County Sheriff’s Office.
Jerry Norberg At-large candidate, Two Harbors City Council
, September 23, 2010
Did you know that no one at Two Harbors City Hall can tell you if the city has insurance to cover a fireworks disaster? Say a mortar slips and goes off into the crowd, killing someone. Is the city covered?
Thank taconite for keeping the Two Harbors campground project going this construction season. Two Harbors City Council members heard the city will get $300,000 in taconite tax money from legislatures for the infrastructure (water, sewer, and possibly electric) for the campground expansion.
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