News Tribune, Dec. 31, 1973 Duluth industrialist Jeno F. Paulucci said yesterday there are plans for a major downtown renovation which could include a motel or hotel. Paulucci cited plans for the upper side of Superior Street between Second and Third Avenues West. Minnesota’s new “open dating” law on food takes effect tomorrow, meaning that most milk, eggs and bakery products will have to carry a freshness date. Meat, poultry, fish, frozen foods and fresh fruits and vegetables are not covered by the law.
News Tribune, Dec. 31, 1993 All of the 41 radio-collared wolves roaming Northeastern Minnesota forests made it through 1993 unscathed by poachers, the International Wolf Center reported yesterday. Wolf experts say this shows changing attitudes toward the wolf’s role in Minnesota forests. Duluth’s Winter Sports Festival, a monthlong celebration of snow and cold, gets underway this weekend. Events included in the ninth annual festival are miniature golf contests, hang-gliding exhibitions, snowshoe marathons and a softball-in-the-snow tournament.
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