News Tribune, July 17, 1981

  • Duluth's proposed International Village has drawn the interest of Finnish and Canadian government and trade officials. Preliminary plans call for the village, located downtown between Lake Avenue and Third Avenue East, to house at least 20 foreign firms exhibiting and selling their wares.
  • Five Minnesota state senators pledged yesterday to pressure the Pentagon to help keep the Duluth Air Base from closing. The Air Force will end its Duluth air defense mission this fall, and without a new mission the base will close within a year.

News Tribune, July 17, 1921

  • Ten thousand Duluthians and 2,000 visitors from around the country will participate in "Play Week" festivities starting tomorrow in Duluth. Events include a doll buggy parade, a maypole dance, running races and the International Northwest Rowing Regatta at the Duluth Boat Club.
  • An emergency telephone service for the benefit of physicians will be organized in Duluth, it was announced yesterday. The object is to improve communication between physicians and their patients by providing a central bureau for locating physicians when needed.