Custom Chopper

Featured bike in V-Twin magazine December 2006.  Pictures in magazine don’t do this bike justice; this bike is a show stopper!  
Handlebars and triple trees have been altered since the feature in the magazine.  Bike now features drag bars and smooth top 5 degree Hawg Halter triple trees.
Polished TP 114” motor, polished 6 speed transmission, S&S super G carb, DM Spear intake, Marin Bros. Daisy Cutter pipes, Xtreme Machine Psycho wheels, matching sprocket and brake rotors, one piece stretched chopper gas tank with flush mount cap.  Side mount taillight/license plate.  Performance machine contour hand controls, .44 magnum risers by Choppers, Inc. BDL Top fuel open belt primary, Doss waterfall billet lower legs, headwinds billet headlight, hidden wiring harness with auto return key start switch.
Paint is black with tribal flames and House of Kolor Fireball F-20 flake plus a very cool tank mural of Bettie Page as MaeHemm.  
6 piston PM rear brake caliper, custom built fenders and pitchfork  between frame down-tubes.  Legend air ride suspensions, compu-fire ignition.  32 amp charging system, Odyssey maintenance free battery.  Black powdercoated frame, chrome horseshoe oil tank, custom made hand shifter with an 8 ball knob.  Uses hand clutch with foot shift but also has the old school look with the hand shifter, and many more custom extras. Bike has approximately 200 miles.  $42,500 build, sacrifice for $24,000.   Selling to fund other bike builds.   Please call Larry at (218) 370-9475 with questions and if you want more photos.

CONTACT: Larry Marxen
PHONE: (218) 370-9475
DATE: 04/24/2014 12:49pm

"The Typist" documents experience of a Minnesota soldier at the Nuremberg Trials

Thu, 04/24/2014 - 12:13pm

The life and work of Larry Tillemans of Sartell, MN, believed to be the last living clerk-typist at the Nuremberg Trials, is the subject of a new documentary film. 

Public screenings of the film ‘The Typist’ are scheduled in Duluth and Silver Bay this weekend.  The subject of this documentary, Larry Tillemans, is believed to be the last living clerk-typist at the Nuremberg Trials.  David Klassen, one of the producers of the film, spoke with WTIP's Ann Possis on North Shore Morning.   

The film will be shown at 7 pm on Saturday, April 26 at Temple Israel (1602 East 2nd St., Duluth) and 2 pm on Sunday, April 27 at William
Kelley High School Auditorium in Silver Bay.

(Photo by Marion Doss on Flickr)

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Sherri Moe's Thawing Out Your Emotions Yoga Session has been postponed.  

Questions can be directed to or to my home 475-0181.



DATE: 04/24/2014 12:08pm

Cook County Whole Foods Co-op

Good Eats @ the Co-op


(218)-387-2503 Monday – Saturday 9-7 and Sunday 10-6


   Thursday’s Soups

Grass-fed Beef Chili
Creamy Apple Squash
Indian Spiced Lentil


    Thursday’s Sandwiches

Turkey & Cheddar
Ham & Cheddar Wraps
Sicilian Gladiators
Egg Salad on Ciabatta Bread
Co-op Club


Thursday’s Grab n Go’s

* NEW* Sugar Snap Peas W/Sesame
*NEW* Sesame Ginger Beet  Salad
* NEW* Vietnamese Noodles
 *NEW* Herb Roasted Potatoes
 Curried Chick Pea Salad
Lemon & Spinach Quinoa Salad
Garden Salads
Garlic Lovers Pasta
Peanut Noodle Salad
Turkey Broccoli Bacon Salad
Tuna Salad
Legendary Egg Salad
Curried Tofu Salad
Hummus; Plain Tahini & Garlic or Roasted Red Pepper
Fresh Salsa and Guacamole



We always have a variety of freshly made items in our Grab ‘n Go Deli Cooler; HOT Coffee and Juices; FRESH Baked Goods; LOLA’S baked goods, including cakes & scones; Fresh produce; Bulk Snacks, Trail mixes and Chocolate Treats! BELLY UP!




Severe Weather Awareness Week, April 21-25 is time to think about being prepared

Thu, 04/24/2014 - 11:22am

Even with snow still on the ground, Emergency Management officials are planning for spring ice, mud, floods, thunderstorms, tornados, and even wildfires.

April 21-25 is Severe Weather Awareness Week, and here are some things residents should think about:

 • Stay informed: Check out the Department of Public Safety weather page at Each day it will focus on a different subject such as weather warnings, lightning and hail, floods, tornados, etc.

• Make a kit: Build a basic survival kit for when the electricity fails. It should include food and water for three days, a radio and flashlight, first aid, and personal items like toilet paper. A smaller “grab and go” evacuation kit should contain emergency contact information, medications, spare eyewear and documentation of pets, medical information, insurance, etc.

• Have a plan: What if you’re delayed or stranded by severe weather, or need to leave your home due to a storm-related power failure? Do you have an emergency kit in your vehicle? Do you know how to reach your friends and family, or where you could go for shelter? Do your friends know where to look for you?

More information is available at

Visit now, before the weather hits.


Grand Marais Park Board researches canopy or tent for Harbor Park events

Thu, 04/24/2014 - 11:21am

At the March Grand Marais Park Board meeting, Park Board Chair Walt Mianowski asked Tersteeg to investigate why a “tensile” tent structure was never built in in the Harbor Park as originally planned. Mianowski, a member of the Grand Marais Lions Club, said the Lions would use such a structure for events at the Fisherman’s Picnic if one were there to use.

 After looking into the matter, Tersteeg learned that there wasn’t enough money to erect a structure, but at least four anchor bolts were put in the ground and could be used to secure a tent.

“I did some checking and found a company, KD Kanopy, that sells tent awnings that might work,” Tersteeg said.

He passed out drawings and a picture of one of the tent covers (no walls, just a roof) that would cost a little over $5,000.

“I can’t speak for all of the Lions, but that looks like it would work for us,” Mianowski said.

“What do you think?” Mianowski asked another Lions Club member, Mike Carlson, who was attending the meeting.

“Yes, that looks good to me,” said Carlson.

Tersteeg said two people could put up the structure in 30 minutes. He also said that if it is purchased he would recommend taking it down after each usage to extend its life.

Park Board Member Reid Dusheck suggested that if the park purchased the tent awning they make it available to the public to rent. “That way we could get some return on our investment,” he said.

“Would that be possible?” Mianowski asked Tersteeg.

“It might be possible because the kit I looked at comes with  30-inch steel spikes and a pole. It comes with everything you would need to put it up.”

The board agreed with Dusheck to explore that option and Tersteeg will do further research into the matter of purchasing a tent awning for the park