News Tribune, Oct. 22, 1981

  • U.S. Census Bureau officials said yesterday the 1980 count of Duluth's total population was accurate, even though counts in some neighborhoods were in error. The 1980 total of 92,811 people means Duluth's population has dropped by 7,767 since the 1970 census.
  • Sister Marybelle Leick, president of Duluth's St. Mary's Hospital since 1957, will leave the position on Feb. 1. She will be replaced by Sister Kathleen Hofer, an associate professor in the Department of Health Information Administration at the College of St. Scholastica.

News Tribune, Oct. 22, 1921

  • Revised plans for a new county jail in Duluth call for a three-story building with 67 cells at a cost of $400,000. An earlier proposed jail that would have cost $600,000 was widely criticized by local civic organizations as too extravagant.
  • About 300 Rotarians from Duluth, Superior and the Iron Range are expected to attend the installation of the Hibbing Rotary Club tomorrow night at the Androy Hotel in Hibbing. Some of the most prominent men in national Rotary will also attend the program.