News Tribune, Feb. 3, 1974The Marshall Performing Arts Center will be dedicated in special ceremonies today at the University of Minnesota Duluth. It is named in honor of four Duluth women — Caroline and Julia Marshall, Jessica Marshall Spencer and the late Marjorie Congdon Dudley.Daniel E. Johnson-Wilmot, a former Superiorite, took second place yesterday in the Metropolitan Opera district audition at the University of Minnesota. The 25-year-old baritone will be one of 14 finalists in the Upper Midwest Regional competition Feb. 23 in Minneapolis.
News Tribune, Feb. 3, 1994A Washington-based consumer health group charged yesterday that the government failed to inform nearly 170,000 workers nationwide of an increased risk of cancer because of on-the-job exposure to certain chemicals. The list includes employees of the Duluth steel plant and the Armour mines near Crosby.Two days of talks between the United Steelworkers of America and National Steel Corp. ended yesterday with little hope of ending the labor dispute at National’s taconite plant in Keewatin. A company official said chances of ever reopening the plant are slim.
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