News Tribune, July 14, 1981

  • Attorney Daniel Mundt, representing Duluth city officials, is filing a suit against the Minnesota Environmental Quality Board over its favorable ruling on a study for Hermantown's proposed Ridgewood Mall. The Duluth City Council last night voted to proceed with the lawsuit.
  • An 800-acre homesite development in Normanna Township moved a step closer to reality yesterday. The St. Louis County Board accepted and forwarded to the state Environmental Quality Board a report saying the King's Court project will have no significant effect on the township's environment.

News Tribune, July 14, 1921

  • Thirteen Duluth printing companies filed suit in District Court yesterday against the unions involved in the strike of printers, pressmen and bookbinders. The printing companies are asking for an injunction to stop the picketing and for $25,000 damages alleged to have been sustained from the picketers.
  • Because of complaints from residents of various parts of Duluth, the chief of police yesterday instructed motorcycle policemen to arrest all violators of the anti-muffler or "cutout" ordinance. Complainants say noisy vehicles disturb their sleep in the early morning hours.