Tribune or Herald?
Sister publications, the Duluth Evening Herald began publishing the news for the City of Duluth, Monday through Saturday evenings, in 1887. Six years later the same publishers began the Duluth News-Tribune, a morning paper published seven days a week. The two papers merged in 1982.
The Duluth News Tribune
The online edition of the Duluth News-Tribune contains the current day's paper and a free "archive" of stories from the last seven days. Articles older than 7 days must be paid for.
For members of the CSS community, the full-text of Duluth News-Tribune from November 1995 to the present is available through America's Newspapers. Duluth community member have access to America's Newspapers (NewsBank) through the Duluth Public Library.
CSS community members also have access to the full-text of the Duluth News-Tribune from 1889-1922 through the Minnesota Historical Newspaper Collection.
The Duluth Public Library holds the complete run of the Duluth News Tribune and the Duluth Evening Herald on microfilm.