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Bygones for Sept. 21

Sept. 21, 1969 Dr. Donald Mount, director of the National Water Quality Laboratory in Duluth, said yesterday that the St. Louis River is contaminated. Mount said the city of Cloquet and its industrial complex are chiefly responsible for the pollu...

Sept. 21, 1969

  • Dr. Donald Mount, director of the National Water Quality Laboratory in Duluth, said yesterday that the St. Louis River is contaminated. Mount said the city of Cloquet and its industrial complex are chiefly responsible for the pollution.
  • Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp. yesterday announced the closing of the Schley Group of natural ore mines on the Mesabi Range. The company reported that all Schley employees are being offered jobs at other Jones & Laughlin mines. Sept. 21, 1989

  • Steve Klindt, director of UMD's Tweed Museum of Art since 1984, has resigned to become director of the Queens Museum in Flushing, N.Y., one of New York City's major community museums. Klindt will leave the Tweed in November.
  • State Auditor Arne Carlson yesterday criticized Duluth Mayor John Fedo and two top aides for their practice of being reimbursed by the city for meals. Fedo said Carlson's attack is politically motivated to draw attention to his bid for governor.
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