News Tribune, Oct. 14, 1973After a complete renovation of office space in the Decker Building at 208½ W. Second St. in Duluth, the North Country Women’s Center begins its open house week today. The center provides a space for women to meet.A new Duluth business, Arrowhead Defense and Rescue Dogs Inc., provides German shepherds to guard property. Owners Bob and Laura Gellatly don’t sell the dogs but will put a dog in a customer’s building at night and remove him in the morning.
News Tribune, Oct. 14, 1993Duluth is one of 222 sites across the nation where researchers will conduct a study aimed at preventing prostate cancer, the Duluth Clinic announced yesterday. The drug Proscar, or finasteride, will be studied to see if it can prevent the disease.Don Shank, a leader in bringing the William A. Irvin to Duluth and in turning the Union Depot into the St. Louis County Heritage and Arts Center, died this week at age 74. Shank was known by some as “Mr. Railroad.”
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