News Tribune, Oct. 12, 1981

  • Classes were canceled in the Proctor school district today as contract negotiations broke down late last night between the Proctor Education Association and the School Board. Last week, teachers decided to strike if a settlement had not been reached by today.
  • The first draft of a feasibility study released yesterday says the International Village merchandise mart proposed for downtown Duluth will be a difficult project to complete. The report, by consultants Booz Allen & Hamilton, has been distributed to the mayor and other city officials.

News Tribune, Oct. 12, 1921

  • Organization of a Range Symphony Orchestra composed of musicians from Hibbing, Eveleth, Chisholm, Buhl and Virginia was discussed yesterday at a meeting of the Range Musicians' Union. Luigi Lombardi of New York City, now living in Buhl, will conduct the orchestra.
  • Redistribution of badge numbers worn by Duluth police officers will be made this afternoon by Chief Warren E. Pugh. The badges are given out consecutively, the officer with the most years of service to the department receiving badge No. 1.