News Tribune, Oct. 19, 1981

  • Superior city and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources officials believe they are succeeding in halting shoreline erosion near the old Superior landfill on Wisconsin Point. The landfill lies near Allouez Bay, separated from the lake by just a narrow strip of land.
  • Duluth's St. Luke's Hospital, which was founded by St. Paul's Episcopal Church, celebrates its 100th anniversary today. The observance will begin with a choral evensong service at St. Paul's followed by a dinner and program in the church's auditorium.

News Tribune, Oct. 19, 1921

  • Protests against the building of a new St. Louis County Jail at a cost of $600,000 appear to be having an effect. Several members of the St. Louis County Board said yesterday the proposed jail may be too expensive and extravagant.
  • According to a report released yesterday by the Minnesota Fish and Game Commission, there are 214 fishermen making a living along Lake Superior between Duluth and Grand Portage. That averages one fisherman for every three quarters of a mile, the report states.