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Bygones for May 27

May 27, 1969 The Duluth Arena-Auditorium Administra- tive Board yesterday approved the leasing of property adjacent to the Minnesota slip for development of a marina. Edwin Drill, owner of Drill's Marina on the St. Louis River, will develop the p...

May 27, 1969

  • The Duluth Arena-Auditorium Administra- tive Board yesterday approved the leasing of property adjacent to the Minnesota slip for development of a marina. Edwin Drill, owner of Drill's Marina on the St. Louis River, will develop the project.

  • Eighteen clergymen from Duluth, Superior and Cloquet have signed a nationally distributed position statement urging President Nixon to cease military support of the Thieu-Ky government of South Vietnam. The statement was prepared by the National Council of Churches. May 27, 1989

  • Duluth School Superintendent Elliott Moeser said yesterday that at next week's School Board meeting he will urge the closing of Washington Junior High School. A group of teachers, students and parents is expected to attend the meeting and argue to keep the school open.
  • Moose Lake and Barnum high schools will remain separate after a plan to merge students in grades seven through 12 at the two schools was defeated this week by the Moose Lake School Board.
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