Bygones for Sept. 1
News Tribune, Sept. 1, 1974
- A stubborn three-hour fire in a building housing high-voltage electrical transformers did an estimated $7,000 in damage yesterday morning in U.S. Steel’s former open-hearth facility in Morgan Park. The blaze started in second-floor offices of the two-story concrete building.
News Tribune, Sept. 1, 1994
- Grandma’s Marathon Director Scott Keenan is looking into moving some race-week activities to the DECC starting in 1995 because of congestion in Canal Park. Race-packet pickup, the spaghetti dinner and Friday speakers could be moved to Pioneer Hall.
- Minnesota gubernatorial candidate Tony Bouza laid out a plan yesterday to help Duluth-area residents pay for costly repairs to foundation drains. Speaking in Duluth’s Leif Erikson Park, Bouza said state bonding money should help pay for the repairs.
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