News Tribune, Nov. 22, 1981

  • If early reports are accurate, the 1981 Minnesota firearms deer season should be one of the best in recent years. Almost all registration stations in Northeastern Minnesota are reporting increases over last year, according to the state Department of Natural Resources.
  • Nearly 400 people jammed into the old Central High School basement yesterday for the first-ever Duluth Public Schools auction. The district took in about $24,000 selling an array of well-worn castoffs that had been gathering dust in school basements.

News Tribune, Nov. 22, 1921

  • Charity, worship, and a holiday spirit will prevail during Thanksgiving in Duluth due to efforts by churches, charitable groups, schools and government organizations. The Associated Charities will provide at least 200 families with baskets of food and the Salvation Army will help about 50 families.
  • Four men were rescued last night after being stranded in a disabled motorboat nine miles east of Park Point. With the U.S. Coast Guard power boats frozen in at the station, Sam Goldish volunteered to pilot his craft Goldish to the rescue.