Ken Vogel firstname.lastname@example.org Whether it's on the ice scoring a goal, putting in a long day at work or capturing racing titles, Deven VanHouse of Silver Bay knows how to...
PIC 1: Vera and Merle with their little pal, Corky. PIC 2: Built in 1892, this early photo shows the small house at the right which was used by the first-assistant keeper, and the old wooden flagpole which has since been replaced. 1989 Memories of lighthouse bright for Two Harbors family In recent years, the Two Harbors lighthouse has stood in the shadow of its bigger sister up the shore at Split Rock. That's a bit ironic, since it's the little sister that is actually casting the shadow these days.
Ken Vogel email@example.com On Saturday, Sept. 13, a crisp fall morning greeted members and spectators of the Northshore Tractor and Equipment club for the third annual Smile Train ride. Antique...
Steve Gow from the Lake County News-Chronicle For the third week in a row, the Mariners football team gave their opponents all they could handle in the first half only to collapse and fall apart in the second half. In the 36-6 loss at home to the South Ridge Panthers, they gave up two first-quarter touchdowns and two two-point conversions and scored one of their own in the second quarter to go into halftime down 16-6. One minute and 28 seconds into the second half it was 30-6.
From Linda Kinnunen Community Partners Caregiver Consultant The Minnesota/North Dakota Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association is inviting Two Harbors area residents to join in a movement to help reclaim the future for millions by participating in the Duluth Area Walk to End Alzheimer's. This event will take place on Oct. 4 at the Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center in Duluth. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. in Paulucci Hall where there will be morning coffee with goodies, a silent auction, chair massage and flowers for walkers to place in the memory garden.
From Henry Noordzy Pastor, Our Saviour's Lutheran Church We live in a world that many would say is rapidly coming to an end. There are conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, Israel, Gaza, widespread epidemics of disease including ebola in Africa and respiratory problems in the U.S. and serious weather including storms, floods, desert-like heat and parched lands. You name it, it seems to be happening. Many would say the final days are upon us. Scripture refers to wars and rumors of wars and other calamities as signs of the end. I cannot deny any of it.
James H. Manahan, J.D. for the Lake County News-Chronicle This week's column will walk readers through a harassment restraining order, from what it is to how to obtain one, using online resources. You can learn a lot about legal matters and get many free forms at www.mncourts.gov . To get to local resources, find the box that says "Find Your Court" and click on "Lake County" and then on "GO." At the top in small print, click on "Court Forms." There are 34 categories of forms listed. If you click on "Harassment" you will find a large number of forms.
From Dale Harris Sixth Judicial District Judge The recent events in Missouri have been hard to watch. A young man was killed, a police officer's life was changed forever and an entire city has been on the brink of chaos.
Donna Bellino for the Lake County News-Chronicle The kids are off to school and the nights are getting cooler, but we will still have some warm and pleasant days in September and October for maintenance around the house to prepare for the cold days and nights of winter. This column will include tips for the exterior of your home and will cover the interior next week. Start by trimming shrubs and raking debris away from the foundation around your house. Then, purchase a caulking gun and some exterior caulk in an inconspicuous color.
Katya Gordon for the Lake County News-Chronicle We need to wean ourselves of the vast majority of the fossil fuels we use. This will take nothing less than a cultural transformation. In more than 200 years that our country has had its name, several cultural transformations have occurred. It's hard now to imagine it, but it was once a widespread belief that slavery was an acceptable, even necessary, part of our human experience. Slavery does exist today, even in our part of the world, but what doesn't exist is the idea that it's acceptable.