News Tribune, July 24, 1981

  • Carlton and Pine counties have been eliminated by the Minnesota Waste Management Board as possible sites for the state's first hazardous waste disposal facility. The board also eliminated all but 33 square miles of the 461 square miles in St. Louis County originally under consideration.
  • Moose Lake State Hospital has hired about 40 temporary workers to replace the state employees currently on strike. The union representative at the hospital claimed that those hired are high school students and patients who were discharged and then retained as employees.

News Tribune, July 24, 1921

  • Plans for a new Duluth children's home on the site of Bethany Children's Home, which was destroyed by fire last winter, were announced yesterday. The new home, to cost about $140,000, will be a modern, fireproof building with capacity for 150 children.
  • Cellist Vera Poppe is one of the artists scheduled to perform in Duluth as part of this season's Matinee Musicale. Also booked to appear are Miss Eva Gautier, a mezzo-soprano; pianist Olga Samaroff; and the London String Quartet.