News Tribune, Jan. 24, 1973The Duluth Steam Corp. yesterday was granted a variance from county air pollution regulations by the St. Louis County Board of Health. The board determined the corporation is sufficiently controlling air pollution emissions even though it is violating standards.A citizens committee yesterday concluded that there is insufficient reason at this time for shifting to a year-round schedule in the Duluth public schools. The committee recommended, however, that the Duluth School Board continue to monitor changes and developments in year-round education.
News Tribune, Jan. 24, 1993Claims by two men that the Virgin Mary wants a religious complex built near Kettle River have been denounced by the Catholic Diocese of Duluth. Stephen Marino and Earl Nett want to build a 10,000-seat chapel and a housing complex to accommodate pilgrims.A report from the Minnesota Health Care Commission released yesterday says the state could cut $7 billion from its projected health-care bill over five years by reducing smoking and drinking, adding some safety precautions and creating more competition among health-care providers.
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.
school board, life, bygones, environment, education, religion, health, politics