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Bygones for Feb. 6, 2012

News TribuneFeb. 6, 1972 Sgt. Marlene E. Young, the first woman to be enlisted in the Minnesota Air National Guard, was sworn in yesterday in Duluth by Col. Wayne C. Gatlin, commanding officer of the 148th Fighter Group. Sgt. Young previously ser...

News Tribune
Feb. 6, 1972

  • Sgt. Marlene E. Young, the first woman to be enlisted in the Minnesota Air National Guard, was sworn in yesterday in Duluth by Col. Wayne C. Gatlin, commanding officer of the 148th Fighter Group. Sgt. Young previously served in the Air Force.
  • The 1972 St. Patrick's Day parade will be sponsored by Cathedral Boosters of Cathedral High School, it was announced yesterday. A two-day program is planned to celebrate March 17 in Duluth, with proceeds going to the school. News Tribune
    Feb. 6, 1992

  • Duluth Entertainment Convention Center officials said yesterday they'll handle a record 43 conventions this year. The projected economic impact of this year's conventions is more than $10 million, with each attendee spending an average of $125 a day.
  • Carlton County residents packed a room at the County Courthouse last night to oppose a proposed soil incinerator project. Earth Burners Inc. of Duluth wants to bring the incinerator to a local gravel pit to burn soil contaminated with gas and diesel oil. 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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