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Bygones for Sept. 24

News Tribune, Sept. 24, 1973 Hermantown teachers will be on strike today, Robert Prosen, Hermantown Federation of Teachers representative, said last night. Conrad M. Fredin, attorney for the Hermantown School Board, said school will be open and a...

News Tribune, Sept. 24, 1973

  • Hermantown teachers will be on strike today, Robert Prosen, Hermantown Federation of Teachers representative, said last night. Conrad M. Fredin, attorney for the Hermantown School Board, said school will be open and all extracurricular activities will proceed as usual.
  • More than 300 members of the Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce and their spouses are expected to attend the organization's annual meeting tomorrow night in Hotel Duluth. Howard T. Hagen, president of Zenith Dredge Co., will be installed as chamber president. News Tribune, Sept. 24, 1993

  • Sources say National Steel Co. has received nine bids for pellets to replace the supply from its taconite plant in Keewatin in case an agreement with workers is not reached. The workers are in the 55th day of their labor dispute.
  • Carol M. Person, a Duluth attorney and community activist, was appointed yesterday as a State District Court judge for the 6th Judicial District in Northeastern Minnesota. Gov. Arne Carlson praised Person's experience in trial law and her community service work. 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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