News Tribune, Nov. 5, 1973 The first results of the Twin Ports rat eradication program are reported to be favorable. Al Ames, chairman of the Rat Patrol, said yesterday acceptance of the patrol’s free inspection of waterfront properties and eradication recommendations are having positive effects. Duluth’s so-called asbestos crisis is the subject of an article in the October issue of Today’s Health magazine, published by the American Medical Association. The article traces major developments since the federal government announced the water supply was contaminated with asbestos fibers.
News Tribune, Nov. 5, 1993 Scenic America, a national organization dedicated to preserving the scenic character of America, has named Lake Superior’s North Shore Drive one of the country’s 10 “Most Outstanding Scenic Byways.” The group recognized the North Shore Management Board for protecting the highway. The Duluth School Board yesterday increased scheduled work on an addition to Lincoln Park Elementary School. The board voted 8-0 to spend an additional $1 million for adding two floors with 12 classrooms above a cafeteria now under construction.
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