Bygones for Nov. 15
News Tribune, Nov. 15, 1974 The season's first real snow fell on the Duluth area yesterday, giving local drivers their annual refresher course in winter driving tactics. Duluth police received at least 15 reports of fender-bender accidents betwee...
News Tribune, Nov. 15, 1974
- The season’s first real snow fell on the Duluth area yesterday, giving local drivers their annual refresher course in winter driving tactics. Duluth police received at least 15 reports of fender-bender accidents between noon and 9 p.m.
- The need for citizen involvement was stressed yesterday at an informational meeting on the proposed extension of I-35 through eastern Duluth. City representatives said Mayor Ben Boo plans to create a citizens’ committee to advise him and the City Council on freeway matters.
News Tribune, Nov. 15, 1994
- A revised contract for Mark Myles, new Duluth school superintendent, is headed for likely approval at the School Board meeting tonight. The revised contract reduces the proposed first-year salary of $93,000 to $89,900 and cuts back on annual cost-of-living increases.
- The Goodwill store that has been a mainstay in downtown Duluth for decades will close its doors Nov. 26, it was announced yesterday. Sales at the store at 26 E. Superior St. have been lagging for several years, Goodwill representatives said.
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