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News Tribune Sept. 20, 1971 The Ashland Federation of Teachers announced last night that its members would strike the Ashland school system today. Walter Lindstrom, Board of Education president, said Ashland schools will be open today and buses w...

News Tribune

Sept. 20, 1971

  • The Ashland Federation of Teachers announced last night that its members would strike the Ashland school system today. Walter Lindstrom, Board of Education president, said Ashland schools will be open today and buses will be running.
  • Duluth's summer lunch program for disadvantaged youth has been termed a success by its director, Frank McCray, Mayor Ben Boo's youth coordinator. McCray said yesterday the program served 35,387 lunches and 63,032 snacks in Duluth parks this past summer. News Tribune

    Sept. 20, 1991

  • St. Louis County officials said yesterday they'll look for sites outside Duluth to build a new jail after the Duluth Planning Commission's rejection of the site of the old Cook Home. Possible new locations are in Hermantown, Canosia Township and Rice Lake Township.
  • The Bayfield County zoning committee yesterday voted 3-2 to allow Terra Energy Ltd., an oil and gas company, to drill a test hole in the town of Keystone. The project will be the first such exploration in Wisconsin. 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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