July 11, 1918: Two Harbors native shows bravery when ship is torpedoed
July 8, 1943 Liquor rationing not local fault Manager Nels Erickson of the Two Harbors Municipal Liquor Store has been the object of much criticism, which seems to be ill-founded. Rationing of liquor brings more complaints at the municipal liquor store than does the point system for sirloin and it has been freely circulated that Erickson failed to keep a sufficient stock on hand.
July 1, 1943 Observe the Fourth of July safe and sane Gov. Ed J. Thye, in a special July Fourth safety message, broadcast to the people of the state through the Traffic Safety Committee of the Minnesota Editorial Association and its 485 member newspapers has appealed to every motorist and pedestrian to help prevent the loss of life in celebrating the nation’s independence, which so many thousands of Americans have given their lives to win and preserve.
June 17, 1943: Garage is burglarized
June 10, 1943 Liquor ration started Many persons in Two Harbors were surprised Tuesday to find that liquor had been added to the items of necessity in daily life to the ration list. Rationing in Two Harbors is purely a local affair and rather than resent it, the purchasers of should be grateful to those in charge of the municipal liquor store that they have established rationing.
June 6, 1918: Two Harbors girl becomes war bride
May 27, 1943: State Board of Health orders 'Keg' cleanup
May 23, 1968: War now home to Lake County
May 16, 1943: Hillman placed on peace bond – C.M. Hillman, former publisher of the Two Harbors Chronicle, was placed under a $500 peace bond by Judge Charles Wilkinson in municipal court in a trial in which D.O. Larsen had caused the arrest of Hillman on a charge of having threatened to smash Larsen's slot machines at the Keg and to have threatened to shoot him with the intent to kill.
May 16, 1918: Teachers will have big time Saturday