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Bygones for May 10

News Tribune May 10, 1972 Duluth's school desegregation plan was rejected by the Duluth School Board last night by a vote of 7-2. The plan had been approved last Nov. 2 by a 7-2 vote and was scheduled to go into effect next fall. There were no de...

News Tribune

May 10, 1972

  • Duluth's school desegregation plan was rejected by the Duluth School Board last night by a vote of 7-2. The plan had been approved last Nov. 2 by a 7-2 vote and was scheduled to go into effect next fall.
  • There were no demonstrations on local college campuses yesterday to protest President Nixon's decision to mine North Vietnamese harbors. Students said there was very little interest in the action and they knew of no planned activities on their campuses.

    News Tribune

    May 10, 1992

  • Brothers Randy and Wayne Wolter will open an Old West theme park called Westworld near Carlton next weekend. Customers will use paintball guns to have shootouts or shoot at villains painted on placards that pop up along the street.
  • An extremely rare fork-tailed flycatcher was seen this past week in the Grand Marais area. The bird, a native of Central and South America, has been identified in Minnesota on only one other occasion.

    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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