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Bygones for Feb. 4

News Tribune Feb. 4, 1972 Duluth civic leaders will meet next week in Washington with a top Department of Defense official over possible cutbacks at the Duluth Air Force Base. Pentagon sources said last week that a 10 percent to 25 percent person...

News Tribune

Feb. 4, 1972

  • Duluth civic leaders will meet next week in Washington with a top Department of Defense official over possible cutbacks at the Duluth Air Force Base. Pentagon sources said last week that a 10 percent to 25 percent personnel reduction was possible.
  • Principals of several Duluth public schools have asked the Jesus People to stop handing out literature and soliciting converts in the schools. G. Dell Daedo, director of secondary education, told principals the practice violates the school system's policy of separation of church and state.

    News Tribune

    Feb. 4, 1992

  • Seventeen opponents of the Project ELF site in Clam Lake, Wis., were ticketed for trespassing yesterday. Officials estimated that about 50 people were on hand when some entered the ELF grounds and were stopped by law enforcement officers.
  • The Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Board yesterday approved a $450,000 matching grant to the Northern Lakes Girl Scout Council toward the council's $2.2 million renovation of two summer camps -- Camp Austin near Chisholm and a canoeing base camp in the BWCA.

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