News Tribune, Dec. 16, 1973More than 36 hours of almost continuous snow the last two days produced 2-3 feet of snow along the North Shore. The Minnesota State Patrol yesterday advised limited travel between Two Harbors and Silver Bay.Sometime within the next 30 years, the village of McKinley on the east end of the Iron Range is expected to disappear. McKinley sits on top of a taconite ore deposit that the Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp. will want to mine.
News Tribune, Dec. 16, 1993Pro-life activists yesterday protested outside the new Building for Women in Duluth, which will house an abortion clinic and other women’s programs. While construction workers watched from upstairs windows, more than 30 people gathered outside carrying “Stop Abortion” signs.Duluth health care providers yesterday committed themselves to supporting the Duluth Health Care Access Office for another year. Minnesota legislators have said they’ll try to find some state money for the Central Hillside office, which helps uninsured people find health care.
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