News Tribune, Oct. 31, 1972

  • The Economic Development Administration has approved a grant of $352,000 for construction of an industrial and railroad museum in Duluth, it was announced yesterday. The museum will be built over the existing tracks behind the old Union Depot.
  • Duluth school administrators are proposing that the school system stop charging $43,000 in fees to students in physical education and some academic courses. The fees have recently come under fire from Ed Willie, former candidate for the School Board.

    News Tribune, Oct. 31, 1992

  • Release of $13.4 million from last year's state bonding bill to build a new Moose Lake Regional Treatment Center was announced yesterday to about 300 cheering area residents and hospital employees. The new 100-patient center will be smaller than the existing facility.
  • Area pro-choice forces rallied at the Duluth Civic Center yesterday, vowing to fight back against pro-life activists who have stepped up picketing at Duluth's abortion clinic. The crowd was urged to convince others to support a woman's right to choose.

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