News Tribune, Oct. 25, 1981

  • Next week, Duluthians will select candidates for four City Council seats. Neill Atkins, Maureen Bye, Thomas Huntley and Peter Senarighi are vying for two at-large seats, Cynthia Albright and Linda Stewart are running in the 2nd District, and 4th District incumbent Kjell Rodne is unopposed.
  • Wet snow yesterday caused roads to ice up in Duluth and the region. No serious injuries were reported from about a half-dozen fender benders in Duluth and several other mishaps in the region, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.

News Tribune, Oct. 25, 1921

  • About 100 people attended yesterday's opening session of the Duluth Port Development Conference at the Commercial Club. Speakers expressed confidence that the Great Lakes-to-Sea Waterway plan will ultimately become a reality and urged cooperation and harmony to help bring it about.
  • An ordinance appropriating $1,601,050 for the 1922 city budget was passed yesterday by the Duluth City Council. Of the total, $1,176,000 is the actual funding for running city government, with the balance for interest, police pension, and firemen's relief funds.