News Tribune, April 30, 1921
- Construction of two schools costing $100,000 each has been authorized by the Duluth Board of Education to relieve congestion in two school districts. The Riverside School will be built between Smithville and Riverside, and the Chester Park School will be built on 20th Avenue East.
- Employment conditions in Duluth are improving slowly, according to the majority of local employment agents. E.W. Brekke of the National Employment Company, 409 W. Michigan St., is hopeful that Duluth will escape the industrial depression that other cities are experiencing.
- Bids were opened yesterday for the paving of Woodland Avenue from Kent Road to Oxford Street, the largest paving project being undertaken by the city this season. The contract will probably be awarded to August Bodin & Sons with a bid of $95,614.70.
- Duluth's Lyceum Theater is expected to reopen around May 15 after a year of remodeling and reconstruction that cost about $300,000. The Lyceum, 423-431 W. Superior St., has been redesigned to easily present both stage and screen attractions.