LaReesa Sandretsky is a Two Harbors High School graduate and Duluth native that began working at the News-Chronicle in 2012 as a reporter. She took over as editor in 2014. She covers County Board, including the Lake County broadband project.
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A bill introduced in the U.S. Senate last week could ensure the regular and timely disbursement of millions of annual federal dollars promised to counties around the country, including Lake County. The bill would restore U.S. Forest Service Secure Rural Schools (SRS) funding for three years, which was cut by more than 80 percent in 2014, and secure future federal payments in lieu of taxes (PILT), which must now be renewed annually. Programs like SRS and PILT exist to reimburse public entities for property taxes they don't receive on lands owned by state or federal governments.
Last week, local residents got the chance to inform government agencies of their concerns in the Lake Superior North Watershed, and their input will be used in setting water-related priorities...
At the Lake County Board of Commissioners meeting Tuesday, Brian Hanson of APEX presented a new data center marketing proposal to the board. Lake County and Cooperative Light and Power in Two Harbors have been paying APEX, a business development firm in Duluth, to market a parcel of county land to companies wishing to build a center to store their data for the last two years. Many Alden Township residents, the township in St.
ST. PAUL -- Rural volunteer ambulance services that have trouble getting personnel to respond to calls would have a couple options under a bill the Minnesota House passed 130-0 Monday...
Diane Radle of Silver Bay sent this video of pine siskins taking over her birdfeeder this weekend.
Last Tuesday, Lake County commissioners approved a contract with Legg Strategies for $5,000 per month to act as a liaison between Lake County and the federal agency funding its broadband project. Hilda Legg is a former Administrator of the U.S.
A Two Harbors family took to Kickstarter to help fund a climate change-focused sailing trip. They reached their donation goal this week.
In Maddie Walker’s younger years, she would spend big portions of her summers in Two Harbors visiting her great grandmother Judy Hedin, who started Judy’s Cafe. Maddie was always singin,...
The North Shore Storm boys rallied from a 3-3 tie following the opening period of their game Tuesday night to score five unanswered goals in the second period on their...
Lake County News-Chronicle and Lake Bank student of the month for February 2015.