Sept. 5, 1918: Lake County exhibit ranks among best – Ray L. Sisler, Lake County agricultural agent, writes a very interesting letter regarding the exhibit that Lake County sent to the Minnesota State Fair this year.
Aug. 28, 1918: Death occurs as result of shooting
Aug. 22, 1968: Zastera now sole owner of Falk Drug
Aug. 15, 1918: Big profit made by sheep raising
Aug. 8, 1918: Triple tragedy in Knife River pool
Aug. 1, 1918: Suffrage meeting held last Thursday
July 29, 1943 Alderman will sue for libel Alderman William Nelson lost his temper at the last meeting of the Board of Equalization when D.O. Larsen continued to harangue that body for reduction in his tax assessments. Nelson finally ordered him out and thereupon Larsen hied himself to his editorial sanctum and gave vent to a slanderous criticism of the condition of the Two Harbors cemetery, of which Nelson is sexton.
July 18, 1918: Somewhere in France
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.