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Bygones for Aug. 11
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News Tribune, Aug. 11, 1974

  • A report released yesterday on the splitting of St. Louis County indicates the separation would be practical but would increase personnel costs to the two new counties by $460,488. The split was suggested last fall by Sen. A.J. (Tony) Perpich.
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  • Duluth News-Tribune and Herald Executive Director Orville E. Lomoe yesterday announced the appointment of Archie C. Salyards to the position of editorial page editor at the newspapers. Salyards, a Duluth native, graduated from Yale University with a major in philosophy.
  • News Tribune, Aug. 11, 1994

    • Duluth sisters Velma Williamson and Theresa Taylor have been awarded honorary barbers’ licenses by the Minnesota Board of Barber Examiners. Last week the board ordered them to stop giving free haircuts at Duluth’s Union Gospel Mission because they weren’t licensed.
    • Green Mill, which operates popular pizza restaurants in the Twin Cities, is coming to Duluth’s Canal Park. The restaurant will move into the current home of Hicks Construction Co., 340 Lake Ave., and should be open by Christmas.

    Researched by the Reference & Information staff at the Duluth Public Library. Call (218) 730-4200, option 5 or click on Ask Us at www.duluth.lib.mn.us.

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