Teri Cadeau is a reporter for the Lake County News-Chronicle.
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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.
A restaurant in Castle Danger along the North Shore has been temporarily closed following a kitchen fire earlier this week.
One election day, Robin Glaser, Two Harbors City Council president, was brimming with anticipation.
A Minneapolis native has been working on a documentary about the community of Knife River for the past two years and is preparing to launch a funding campaign to continue the project.
Longtime West Duluth resident Richard "Dick" Palmer, 88, died Thursday, Dec. 27 at New Perspective Senior Living in Superior. Palmer was best known as the editor and publisher of the Budgeteer, where he worked in various positions for 60 years. Dick's father Herb Palmer started the West Duluth-based community newspaper in 1931. Dick started his Budgeteer career at age 12, on cleanup duty in the office. After serving as a captain in the Minnesota National Guard, Dick moved to advertising and writing at the paper in 1955.
Two Harbors native Ruby Walsberg has been scuba diving since she was 14 years old.
Julebyen is almost here, but members of the unofficially named "Julebyen Crafty Club" in Knife River have been preparing for it since January.
Cedar Development LLC has received approval for a two-year payment deferral on its loan with the city of Two Harbors.
The Silver Bay City Council approved a purchase and development agreement with Sophialee LLC, owners of North Shore Adventure Park, at the meeting Monday, Nov. 19.