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Bygones for Aug. 3

News Tribune Aug. 3, 1972 An estimated $15,000 worth of glass was broken early yesterday at Concordia Lutheran Church, 2501 Woodland Ave., by rock-throwing vandals. Baseball-sized stones were thrown through 24 tinted window panes on the church's ...

News Tribune

Aug. 3, 1972

  • An estimated $15,000 worth of glass was broken early yesterday at Concordia Lutheran Church, 2501 Woodland Ave., by rock-throwing vandals. Baseball-sized stones were thrown through 24 tinted window panes on the church's solid glass east wall.
  • Henry Royer, president of the Duluth Indoor Tennis Club Inc., yesterday announced plans for a $125,000 indoor tennis facility to be built in the Duluth area. Several sites are now being considered, one on Rice Lake Road north of Arrowhead Road.

    News Tribune

    Aug. 3, 1992

  • Wireless cable television is starting in areas of Northeastern Minnesota not served by cable and where reception of Duluth stations is poor. Wireless operates like regular television in households paying an installation fee and monthly charges.
  • Area landfills that don't meet new environmental standards will begin closing Sept. 1. County officials have been meeting with representatives of the Western Lake Superior Sanitary District to determine what kind of facilities to build and where they should go.

    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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