News Tribune, Sept. 16, 1973Complaints about the number of grain trucks using U.S. Highway 2 are increasing, especially from residents around the community of Proctor. John T. Pawlak, district engineer for the Minnesota Highway Department, says he’s campaigning to raise Highway 2’s priority for improvements.Rural areas of Pine and Carlton counties have been plagued this summer by numerous motorized livestock thefts. Overnight on Sept. 3, 69 choice head of Angus and Hereford beef stock disappeared from a herd pastured near Askov.
News Tribune, Sept. 16, 1993Attorneys for the Duluth Airport Authority will ask today in state district court for a temporary order to stop construction of an eight-theater movie complex in Hermantown. The new theater sits too close to a runway, attorneys say.Staff members from Moose Lake’s Gateway Family Health Clinic will appear tomorrow in a televised town meeting on rural health care featuring first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton. The broadcast will originate from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn.
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