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Bygones: 100 years ago, Ridgeview Golf Club was established

Bygones is researched and written by David Ouse, retired reference librarian from the Duluth Public Library. He can be contacted at djouse49@gmail.com.

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News Tribune, Sept. 1, 1981

  • The Duluth City Council yesterday unanimously endorsed asking the U.S. Department of Labor to audit and investigate the Duluth Comprehensive Employment and Training Act program. Mayor John Fedo and some of his aides who investigated the program have been critical of CETA administrators.
  • Representatives of the Minnesota Nurses Association have filed a Sept. 11 strike deadline in contract talks with the Central Mesabi Medical Center in Hibbing. Association representative Janet McCoy said contract talks have centered around working conditions and wages.

News Tribune, Sept. 1, 1921

  • The Ridgeview Golf Club, Winona Street and Howard Gnesen Road, Duluth's newest golf organization, will open this Saturday with a special nine-hole tournament. The club was organized last year and work is continuing on completing construction of all 18 holes.
  • The Fairmount District of Duluth, which has been seeking mail service for three years, has been assigned a carrier. It took some time to induce the post office to extend delivery to Fairmount because of the sparsely settled condition of most of the district.

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