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Bygones for March 9, 2018

March 9, 1978 About 50 Grand Lake residents attended a public meeting last night to voice concerns over plans to build a juvenile detention facility in their township. The $200,000 facility, which would house hard-core juvenile prisoners, would b...

March 9, 1978

About 50 Grand Lake residents attended a public meeting last night to voice concerns over plans to build a juvenile detention facility in their township. The $200,000 facility, which would house hard-core juvenile prisoners, would be located near Caribou Lake.

Superior Fiber Products Inc. of Superior was one of ten Wisconsin wood products companies cited yesterday by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The companies were accused of using inadequate discharge monitoring techniques when discharging pollutants into state waters.

March 9, 1998

The Duluth Technology Village proposal to establish a high-tech center in Old Downtown is based on similar facilities in other cities. Officials from some of the other technology centers have said Duluth may have trouble attracting enough high-caliber technology workers to the area.

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The Eveleth-Gilbert Golden Bears, the 1998 Minnesota Class A high school boys hockey champions, returned home yesterday to a welcome ceremony in the school gymnasium. The Golden Bears beat Hermantown 4-2 in Saturday's championship game in St. Paul.

Bygones is researched and written by David Ouse, retired reference librarian from the Duluth Public Library. He can be contacted at djouse49@gmail.com .

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