News Tribune, Oct. 16, 1981

  • U.S. Air Force officials yesterday announced they will not move a sophisticated military communication center to Duluth and will close the Duluth Air Base by March 1982. Studies have shown no measurable cost advantage to moving the center to Duluth, they said.
  • Louis Dreyfus Corp. has canceled its plans to build a grain elevator on Connors Point in Superior, it was announced yesterday. Mayor Bruce Hagen said he'll try again to find a company interested in building an elevator on the point.

News Tribune, Oct. 16, 1921

  • Workmen building the Woodland fire station yesterday completed the first story of the structure, according to W.F. Murnian, Duluth commissioner of public safety. The building will provide living quarters for eight men and will include interior hose-drying racks and a machine shop.
  • Duluth has 231 lawyers with the right to practice before the Minnesota Bar, according to a directory completed yesterday by Clerk of District Court J.H. Cummings. In the previous directory completed seven years ago, 212 practicing attorneys resided in Duluth.