News Tribune, Jan. 14, 1974 The Minnesota Vikings were beaten 24-7 yesterday by the Miami Dolphins in the Super Bowl at Rice Stadium in Houston. The Vikings are now the only team to have lost two Super Bowls. Cindy Nelson of Lutsen upset world champion Annemarie Proell yesterday in a women’s World Cup ski race in Grindelwald, Switzerland. It was the first U.S. victory of the World Cup season and snapped a streak of 11 straight downhill victories for Proell.
News Tribune, Jan. 14, 1994 The Duluth City Council next week will consider a resolution that would allow the city, rather than private donations, to pay for portraits of future ex-mayors. Estimates from local photographers put the cost of a portrait from $750 to $3,000. Duluth-based band Low signed its first recording contract last month with Vernon Yard Records, a division of major label Virgin Records. The trio’s first album, “I Could Live in Hope,” is scheduled to hit record stores nationwide next month.
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