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Bygones for May 26

News Tribune May 26, 1972 The St. Louis County Welfare Board voted yesterday to provide beer and wine to patients who want to drink before dinner at the Cook, Chris Jensen, Mae Morrow and Nopeming county nursing facilities. Drinks will be sold to...

News Tribune

May 26, 1972

  • The St. Louis County Welfare Board voted yesterday to provide beer and wine to patients who want to drink before dinner at the Cook, Chris Jensen, Mae Morrow and Nopeming county nursing facilities. Drinks will be sold to patients at cost.
  • Local 66 of the Public Service Union yesterday won a representation election among teacher aides employed by the Duluth public schools. The aides are the only large group of school employees who work without a contract.

    News Tribune

    May 26, 1992

  • The Duluth School Board will receive a 1992-93 budget proposal tonight that shows a shortfall larger than predicted a year ago, despite the closing of Washington Middle School and $1 million in new revenue from two state bailout measures.
  • A ship from the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu arrived in the Twin Ports yesterday on its maiden voyage. The recently build freighter Wislanes will load about 3,500 tons of clay today at the Hallett Docks in West Duluth.

    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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