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Bygones for Oct. 27

Oct. 27, 1970 The Federal Power Commission decided yesterday to reject a proposed $196 million pipeline to bring Canadian natural gas into the Upper Midwest. Duluth officials said the decision could pose problems for the city unless some alternat...

Oct. 27, 1970

  • The Federal Power Commission decided yesterday to reject a proposed $196 million pipeline to bring Canadian natural gas into the Upper Midwest. Duluth officials said the decision could pose problems for the city unless some alternate supply of fuel is found.
  • Duluth employment in September was down 440 from the August figure but was 200 above the number of workers employed a year ago. Duluth had 1,800 people unemployed in September for a 3.5 percent jobless rate. Oct. 27, 1990

  • A federal proposal to close the Duluth International Airport's air traffic control tower from midnight to 6 a.m. would create hazards and cost money through lost fees and fuel sales, city and airport officials say.
  • Schneiderman's, which began making tables and chairs in Meadowlands three months ago, is ready to begin selling beyond its five-store Minnesota network, the company announced yesterday. Officials expect to double the plant's work force to 24 full-time employees.
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