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Bygones for Jan. 10

News Tribune, Jan. 10, 1973 More than $100 million in federal projects for Northeastern Minnesota is in jeopardy because of President Nixon's belt-tightening program, the Arrowhead Regional Development Commission was told yesterday. Many of the t...

News Tribune, Jan. 10, 1973

  • More than $100 million in federal projects for Northeastern Minnesota is in jeopardy because of President Nixon's belt-tightening program, the Arrowhead Regional Development Commission was told yesterday. Many of the threatened projects are funded through the Economic Development Administration.
  • Mount Telemark near Cable held the grand opening of its $5.5 million lodge yesterday during the ski area's 25th anniversary celebration. The lodge features two swimming pools, four tennis courts, a health spa, a multimedia theater and accommodations for up to 800 people. News Tribune, Jan. 10, 1993

  • Twenty-six teams are entered in the 10th annual John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon, starting today at 3 p.m. at Ordean Stadium. Defending champion Greg Swingley is favored in the 475-mile race, which finishes this year in Lester Park.
  • The Duluth School Board will discuss school closings and boundary changes at a meeting this week in the Central Administration Building. The changes are part of a new strategic plan developed by Superintendent Reginald Nolin and a team of community volunteers. 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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