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Bygones for Aug. 15

News Tribune, Aug. 15, 1976

  • Tettegouche, a 4,313-acre retreat near Beaver Bay, is for sale for $1.65 million. The retreat contains four spring-fed lakes within its borders, a lodge, a number of guest cabins, sauna, boat house, bath house and dog house.
  • The third annual Aerial Bridge Art Fair, sponsored by the Northland Arts and Crafts Guild, began yesterday and will continue next weekend on Jeno’s parking lot in Canal Park. Jewelry, pottery, paintings, and photographs by 50 local artists are on display.
  • News Tribune, Aug. 15, 1996

    • Students returning to Lake Superior College this fall will see an expanded and renovated campus. The school is in the final stages of the $10.8 million, 95,000-square-foot building project it began 18 months ago, prior to the technical and community college merger.
    • Duluth officials say the sign on The Last Place on Earth store’s new location at 120 E. Superior St. is twice as large as city ordinances allow. The attorney for store owner Jim Carlson said last week the city’s rules are arbitrary and unconstitutional.

    Bygones is researched and written by David Ouse, retired reference librarian from the Duluth Public Library. He can be contacted at