Monday, March 16 Inmate Population: 19 8:00 a.m. Deputy patrols Two Harbors High School school zone at beginning of classes. 9:44 Deputy assists Silver Bay Ambulance with medical at Finland area residence. 10:10 Deputy responds to report of injured deer in ditch on Highway 3 near Clark Road. 11:22 Deputy takes report of suspicious vehicles seen near rural Two Harbors residence. 12:08 p.m.
Monday, March 16 2:42 p.m. Officer performs public assistance. 4:43 Report of civil child custody dispute. Tuesday, March 17 12:05 a.m. Traffic stop for driving after revocation. 9:39 Report of suspicious activity near Fifth Avenue. 3:30 p.m. Report of theft. 4:57 Report of noise complaint near South Avenue. 5:57 Traffic stop for expired registration. 6:15 Report of suspicious activity near Ninth Avenue. 7:26 Traffic stop for speed. 7:42 Traffic stop for headlamp out. Wednesday, March 18 1:37 a.m.
In 1990, the Superior Hiking Trail reached its halfway point during construction of the nearly 250 mile trail.
Silver Bay Public Library News Ask any library staff member what one of their worst jobs is and they will probably tell you that it is getting patrons to return "overdue materials." What we are talking about is not the daily forgetfulness or even the week of, "I'll return it tomorrow." Rather, it's the long overdues — the weeks, months and sometimes years that it takes for materials to be returned, if they are returned at all. This involves calls, letters and worst of all, possible damage to one's credit.
March 27 Socially Active Seniors Out to Lunch, 12 p.m. at Castle Danger Brewery. Call Arna at 525-4534 to RSVP. Kids' movie day, 2:30-4 p.m. at Two Harbors Public Library. March 29 Showing of "To Light a Candle," 12:30 p.m. at First Congregational United Church of Christ, 300 W. 2nd St., Grand Marias. Free. April 4 Community Easter egg hunt, 10 a.m. at Thomas Owens Park in Two Harbors. Bad weather location is United Church, 531 3rd Ave., Two Harbors. April 5 Community Easter Egg Hunt, 10 a.m. at Thomas Owens Park in Two Harbors.
1915 Temperance people victorious There is great rejoicing on the part of the no-license forces as a result of the election of Tuesday last. While it was generally conceded by many that the city would go dry, no one was willing to hazard an opinion that the majority would be nearly three to one. The unofficial tabulated figures show that there were 930 votes cast with 646 against license and 284 in favor of license. There are a number of our citizens who have been consistent in their efforts to do away with the licensed saloon in this city for a number of years. Among these is Mr.
Here's a look at the Department of Natural Resources report from the District 6 and the Two Harbors area.
Gizmo and Gilly are new adoptable kittens at the Lake County Humane Society's animal shelter. They are 6 months old. They have both recently been neutered, and are up to date on their vaccinations. They are adorable short-haired orange and white kittens that are very playful, affectionate and well socialized. To meet the kittens, stop by the shelter at 415 20th Ave., Two Harbors, during open house hours. Those are Monday to Friday 9 to 11 a.m., Wednesdays 4-6 p.m.
PHOTO Fourth graders Natalie Kaiser and Laura Sullivan (front row), sixth grader Jordyn Bjerkness (back row) and fifth graders Hannah Thums and Allison Kaiser participated in the Lake Superior Honor Choir. The William Kelley Elementary School students participated in the choir at University of Wisconsin Superior on Saturday, March 14. They spent an exciting day learning songs, and then presented a concert in the afternoon. Photo by Tom Sullivan.
District 6 - Two Harbors area Conservation officer Sean Williams (Ely) reports snow conditions deteriorated over the week with the above average temperatures and most snowmobile trails are now impassable. Ice depths varied greatly from lake to lake and several open spots were observed in areas with current.