News Tribune, Nov. 22, 1973About 650 city of Duluth employees will receive 1974 across-the-board pay raises of $660 each under a two-year agreement announced yesterday. The second year of the settlement calls for an additional 6.5 percent wage hike for all pay grades.Two cases of children bitten by rats were reported in Superior this past week, according to Al Ames, chairman of the Twin Ports Task Force on Rodent Control. In both cases, the children were treated with rabies shots.
News Tribune, Nov. 22, 1993The St. Louis River Watch program that arranges for students to research the river’s ecology has received a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency. River Watch hopes to expand to include studies of Lake Superior tributaries along the North Shore.The Jeno and Lois Paulucci Family Foundation will distribute 1,000 free turkeys to Northland charities tomorrow in Duluth. Representatives of charities or agencies that serve the needy can obtain up to 20 turkeys to provide for Thanksgiving dinners.
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