Dayton proclaims July 31 as Iron Day in Minnesota
In Minnesota, July 31 has a new name: Iron Day.
Gov. Mark Dayton signed a proclamation naming the date after the abundant natural resource, which the state first started shipping to buyers 130 years ago. Tony Sertich, commissioner of the Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Board, presented the proclamation at a celebration in Soudan on Thursday.
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