Bygones: Bobby Vee's Rock 'n' Roll Dance Party held 40 years ago in Duluth
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News Tribune, May 23, 1982
- Officials of Borghi Refrigeration Co. of Milan, Italy, are planning to use the Jeno's Inc. West Duluth facility to assemble small refrigerators. Paulucci has been pursuing companies in an effort to replace the 900 Duluth jobs lost when his frozen pizza operation moved to Wellston, Ohio.
- An event called Bobby Vee's Rock 'n' Roll Dance Party, starring Vee, Del Shannon, Tommy Roe, The Crystals, The Regents and Freddie "Boom Boom" Cannon, will be held at the Duluth Arena tonight. Tickets will be $12 at the door.
News Tribune, May 23, 1922
- About 3,000 Duluthians attended yesterday's opening day of the first Duluth Industrial Exposition. The exposition was formally opened with an address by Minnesota Lieut. Gov. L.L. Collins that was broadcast by radio from Minneapolis to the crowd in the Duluth Armory.
- The buildings and grounds of the Nopeming Sanitorium will be open to visitors today in commemoration of its 10th anniversary. The sanatorium is equipped to accommodate 200 tuberculosis patients who are treated with medicine, nourishing food, rest, exercise, fresh air and occupational therapy.
St. Louis County's flood response is moving into “recovery mode."
Corey Devon Young, 17, is already on probation after bringing a gun to school in May. Prosecutors will seek to have him tried as an adult.
Minnesota's failure to pass a tax bill has left the St. Louis County Board weighing budget cuts as it tries to hold a line on tax increases.