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Bygones for June 22

News Tribune June 22, 1972 The St. Louis County Welfare Board is expected to deny a request from the Champion Children's Home for a rate increase from $9 to $17 a day per child. Officials say the home on the Lester River Road may close without th...

News Tribune

June 22, 1972

  • The St. Louis County Welfare Board is expected to deny a request from the Champion Children's Home for a rate increase from $9 to $17 a day per child. Officials say the home on the Lester River Road may close without the increase.
  • There will be no beer at the Proctor Fair this year, according to discussion at yesterday's Duluth Alcohol Beverage Board meeting. It has been determined that the fairgrounds are within Duluth city limits and the city doesn't issue seasonal beer licenses.

    News Tribune

    June 22, 1992

  • DFL state Rep. Joe Begich, senior member of the Iron Range House delegation, is retiring after nine terms in the House. The Eveleth native worked for the Erie Mining Co. for 30 years and served as mayor of Eveleth from 1966 to 1974.
  • The city of Duluth yesterday announced plans to close the Grant Recreation Center and the Memorial Recreation Center during fall and spring months. The decision was made to help deal with budget cuts over the past 10 years.

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