News Tribune, Oct. 14, 1981
- The Duluth School Board yesterday approved a five-year consolidation plan designed to cope with the expected loss of about 2,000 of the district's 15,080 students by 1986. The district has lost about 700 students from last year's enrollment of 15,770, according to William Juola, planning coordinator.
- The Duluth City Council last night voted to oppose using the former cement plant in Morgan Park as a site for a hazardous waste processing plant. The Minnesota Waste Management Board is considering the 2-square-mile site for such a plant.
News Tribune, Oct. 14, 1921
- Police Chief Warren Pugh yesterday announced a campaign against autoists who drive past Duluth hospitals with loud mufflers. He said the hospitals are in designated quiet zones, and violators will be arrested and, if convicted, will be given the maximum sentence.
- Arrangements for Duluth's annual Halloween party, which will be Oct. 29 at Lake Shore Park, were completed yesterday. A parade from the Armory will open the night's festivities, and a platform will be erected in the park for local amateur talent to perform.