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Bygones for Feb. 13

News Tribune, Feb. 13, 1975 Duluth Mayor Robert Beaudin is hoping to build an all-purpose transportation center near the Arena-Auditorium on land donated by the Minnesota Highway Department. The center would house the Duluth Transit Authority, tw...

News Tribune, Feb. 13, 1975

  • Duluth Mayor Robert Beaudin is hoping to build an all-purpose transportation center near the Arena-Auditorium on land donated by the Minnesota Highway Department. The center would house the Duluth Transit Authority, two private bus lines and a depot for Amtrak train service.
  • Results released yesterday from the 1974 Duluth Attitude Survey show that Duluthians think their quality of life has improved. In the survey, which covers 53 topics, 55 percent of respondents gave favorable reactions to all items, a 5 percent increase from the last survey.

News Tribune, Feb. 13, 1995

  • St. Louis County court officials are launching a campaign to increase awareness of the importance of jury duty. The campaign was developed after public criticism of jury selection following a 1993 trial and dovetails with Jury Appreciation Week Feb. 19-25.
  • Workers at Fleming Foods in Superior will be at work as usual today after approving a new labor contract over the weekend. The five-year contract allows for pension and wage increases and maintains the current level of health benefits.

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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