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The Two Harbors City Council on Monday, July 9, approved a resolution, pending review from the finance director and city attorney, to pen a letter of intent to purchase a new fire apparatus.
The Two Harbors City Council passed a resolution Monday, July 9, to approve the language of a question that will be posed to voters on the Nov. 6 election ballot.
About 75 people gathered near the Heritage Days stage in the 80-degree heat to witness the 20th annual Lutefisk Toss on Friday, July 6.
Two Harbors celebrated Heritage Days from July 4-8. Events included the annual parade, many class reunions, a 5K run/walk, an intergenerational dance hall, a street dance and the annual lutefisk toss. The Heritage Days parade Saturday, July 7, lasted for two hours and featured over 100 floats, including class reunion floats in ascending order from 1948 to 2008.
Sidewalks around Waterfront Drive in Two Harbors will receive an artistic upgrade Saturday, July 14, as the fifth biennial Chalk.a.Lot festival returns.
June is graduation party season. But one grad party at Ecumen Scenic Shores Care Center in Two Harbors last week stands out. Lifelong Two Harbors resident Nancy Abrahamson received an honorary high school diploma from Two Harbors High School. After her 80th birthday, Abrahamson discussed her dream of obtaining her high school diploma with Bethany Delvas, the assistant administrator at Scenic Shores, where Abrahamson has lived since 2016.
The Two Harbors City Council passed a resolution authorizing the issuance, sale and delivering of $2.09 million in general obligation bonds to pay for the 2018 streets and alleys improvement project.
After the Heritage Days parade Saturday, July 7, residents of all ages and abilities are invited to dance together at the Two Harbors Community Center during the Kairos Alive intergenerational dance hall. "Be prepared to have fun. Come to enjoy the music," said Marie Genne, founder and director of the Minneapolis-based organization Kairos Alive. "If people want to join in, which we'd love, they’re absolutely welcome, but know that they’re welcome just in the door.”
A new smoked fish and ice cream shop opened in Two Harbors on Sunday, July 1. Lou's Fish House has been renovated by the new owners Rebecca Swanson, along with her two oldest daughters, Callie, 18, and Ashleigh, 16. The shop features a variety of smoked fish and hand-scooped ice cream. Rebecca first noticed the fish house and its motel last summer when she was looking for a property management opportunity.
Independence Day will be arriving a bit early for folks in Isabella.