News Tribune, May 16, 1973Fire believed to have been deliberately set swept through a large stand of pine and the village of Pinewood, near Bemidji, yesterday, according to a Department of Lands and Forestry spokesman. In addition to the timber, seven homes in and around Pinewood were destroyed.The possibility of establishing preschool classes throughout the Duluth school system was discussed last night at a meeting of the Duluth School Board. The board was deciding what elements to salvage from the Get-Set-Go program, a former Model Cities project.
News Tribune, May 16, 1993In spite of morning temperatures in the mid-30s and a cold wind from the north, some anglers came out yesterday for the Minnesota fishing opener. On Lake Winnibigoshish, 3- and 4-foot waves in the afternoon drove some boats to the relative protection of bays.The Miller-Dwan Medical Center has been in the news lately because of citizen complaints that the city-owned hospital has made changes without the approval of an informed public. Citizen protests have prompted an antitrust investigation by the Minnesota attorney general’s office.
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