Monday, Jan. 19 Inmate Population: 13 7:22 a.m. Deputy checks business in rural Two Harbors. 12:39 p.m. Deputy responds to report of vehicle rollover on Highway 61 at Caribou River. No reported injuries. 3:59 Deputy responds to report of juvenile issue at Tettegouche State Park. 5:10 Deputy responds to domestic at Two Harbors residence. Parties separated for the night. 7:16 Deputies check on welfare of party at rural Two Harbors residence. All okay. 8:05 Deputy responds to report of log in roadway on Highway 3 north of Highway 61.
Monday, Jan. 19 3:54 p.m. Officer cites one for parking in no parking zone near Seventh Street. 4:20 Traffic stop for no driver's license in possession and tail light out. 4:45 Report of domestic disturbance. 6:58 Report of Order For Protection violation. 10:08 Report of vehicle prowl near Fourth Avenue. Tuesday, Jan. 20 2:18 a.m.
1915 Big lumber harvest Lumbermen are jubilant over the impetus recent heavy falls of snow have given to activities in the woods. Big shipments of men are being made daily to all the camps of northern Minnesota, Michigan and Wisconsin, and this situation has reduced the number of idle men. Several new camps have been opened up since the heavy snowfall.
Silver Bay Public Library News: Fabulous Fun Fridays are continuing at the library. Today, we are hosting a S'more marshmallow roast at 1 p.m. This is an outdoor activity so dress appropriately. On Feb. 6 at 1 p.m., we will host Cardtastic Creations. On Feb. 13, the theme is Valentine's fun.
With the deadline for grant submissions to the Two Harbors Area Fund approaching on March 1, the foundation overseeing the fund is offering a training course for those interested in applying. The session, hosted by the Duluth-Superior Area Community Foundation, will take place Jan. 29 at 10 a.m. at the Lake County Law Enforcement Center, 613 3rd Ave., Two Harbors.
The status of a community group's grant was incorrectly stated in a story last week ("Old Hardee's to come down?" Jan. 16 issue). The group of community organizations and nonprofits has not yet received a grant to explore options for a facility to house all of them. They will soon apply for such a grant. The News-Chronicle regrets the error.
Lake County Sheriff's Report Monday, Jan. 12 Inmate Population: 21 · 8:10 a.m. Deputy serves papers to party at Lake County Sheriff's Office. · 10:52 Deputy, Two Harbors Police Department, Minnesota State Patrol respond to alarm at rural Two Harbors residence. All clear. · 11:06 Deputy out on foot at large fire at transfer station near Ely. Township member will keep an eye on it. · 11:46 Deputy makes traffic stop on Little Marais Road near Park Hill Road (warning for speed). · 12:51 p.m.
Two Harbors Police Report Monday, Jan. 12 2:36 a.m. Report of suspicious activity near Sixth Avenue. 4:39 Officer issues 4 parking tickets for overnight parking. 8:35 Officers arrest one for outstanding warrant. 10:53 Officer assist Lake County Sheriff's Office with alarm. 11:17 Report of possible fraud. 4:07 p.m. Traffic stop for speed. 6:00 Report of disturbance near Ninth Avenue. 6:36-6:43 Two traffic stops: one stop for no headlights and one stop for headlamp out. 8:39 Officer responds to alarm at local business. Tuesday, Jan. 13 12:38-12:42 a.m.
Silver Bay Public Library News The "North Shore Nuggets" presentation by Silver Bay author and attorney Jim Manahan has been rescheduled and will take place Jan. 29 at 6 p.m. at the library. Reminder: The winter reading program has begun. You can still sign up at the library and Fabulous Fun Fridays will take place every week at 1 p.m., with activities to include dog sled crafts, roasting marshmallows and a Dr. Suess party. On Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2-4 p.m., the library will host a card making class with Bonnie Warner. All materials will be provided free of charge.
1915 City updates Swan Essen, a former Two Harborite, was in the city visiting old time friends. Mr. Essen was on his way back to Finland on the Alger line from Duluth. He is building an addition to A.J. Sonju's property, recently purchased from Mr. Beck at Finland. Mr. Sonju is adding a store room 18 X 26 and will put in a full line of general merchandise. The Kee Lee Laundry, who were recently burned out in the North Shore fire, are now located in the building formerly occupied by the First State Bank.