News Tribune, Sept. 17, 1972The first 24 students who will study in Duluth for careers as physicians will be greeted this week at UMD. The 24 were selected from 429 applicants in part for possessing characteristics of doctors who have chosen to practice in small cities and towns.Minnesota bear-hunting season opened yesterday and will run through Oct. 21, but more bears have been killed in Duluth residential areas recently than may be killed in the next five weeks. Few bear hunters were out yesterday.
Brief tornadoes and 55 mph wind gusts knocked down trees and caused widespread power outages in Northeastern Minnesota yesterday afternoon. Tornadoes were spotted near Pengilly, 15 miles north of Two Harbors, and near Island and Boulder lakes.An unnamed company is considering locating an electric-car factory in Hibbing, an agent for the company said yesterday. Hibbing Mayor Jim Collins said the firm wants a 50,000-square-foot building on three acres and $1.5 million from local investors.
News Tribune, Sept. 17, 1992
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