Teri Cadeau is a reporter for the Lake County News-Chronicle.
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Two Harbors residents received significantly unusually high utility bills last week, much to the outrage of many residents. A letter from the city of Two Harbors posted to Mayor Chris Swanson’s Facebook page Friday, Feb. 15 — and mailed to all Two Harbors utility customers — explained that customers were charged for a nearly seven-week period instead of a typical four-week period.
The Two Harbors Winter Frolic warmed the city last weekend.
The Two Harbors City Council has rejected all four bids received for the east bathhouse in the Burlington Bay Campground due to significant differences between the budgeted costs and the bid estimates.
The Two Harbors City Council has granted three variances for the Lake View Hospital and Medical Clinic $15 million expansion project.
The Lake Superior School District School Board has designated two possible snow-day makeup days in April and May.
Two Harbors piano prodigy Edward "Eddie" H. Ojard, 10, has released his second album. Titled "Seasons," this album focuses on Eddie's take on the four seasons.
When Lee Radzak took the job as the resident historic site manager at Two Harbors' Split Rock Lighthouse in 1982, he, and his wife, Jane, decided to give it three years and see how they felt.
Pull out your extra-warm clothes and get ready for fun in the snow during the Two Harbors Winter Frolic Feb. 7-10.
From roughly the end of World War II until the fall of the Berlin Wall, it was theorized that if the Soviet Union were to invade the United States and target key population centers, the route taken would swing very close to Duluth.
Have you found the kind yet?