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Bygones for July 25

News Tribune July 25, 1972 Work has resumed at three Hanna Mining Co. facilities on the Iron Range that were idle for 43 days in a dispute over safety conditions. All 1,300 employees affected by the walkout have returned to work, company official...

News Tribune

July 25, 1972

  • Work has resumed at three Hanna Mining Co. facilities on the Iron Range that were idle for 43 days in a dispute over safety conditions. All 1,300 employees affected by the walkout have returned to work, company officials said yesterday.
  • City of Duluth crews were out in full force yesterday repairing damage done by the weekend's heavy rains. The job of putting barricades around all holes in city streets was completed by the Duluth Police Department.

    News Tribune

    July 25, 1992

  • An order from the Minnesota Department of Revenue will mean an increase in assessed property values in Duluth in 1993. Residential properties assessed at more than $30,000 and all commercial properties will see a 10 percent increase in their assessed value.
  • Cook County's plan to lease land it owns inside the Boundary Waters Canoe Area to private outfitters has been stopped, at least for this year. The delay stems from an order that the county must complete an Environmental Assessment Worksheet.

    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 .

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