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News TribuneSept. 6, 1970 Nearly 25,000 students, representing about a fourth of the city's total population, will return to classes in Duluth public schools this week. Because of the lateness of Labor Day, schools are about a week behind the usu...

News Tribune
Sept. 6, 1970

  • Nearly 25,000 students, representing about a fourth of the city's total population, will return to classes in Duluth public schools this week. Because of the lateness of Labor Day, schools are about a week behind the usual starting date.
  • In a recent notice to local mariners, the U.S. Coast Guard advised that it will support owners of bridges if they refuse to open for vessels capable of sailing beneath the structure. The notice includes Duluth's Aerial Lift Bridge. News Tribune
    Sept. 6, 1990

  • Edgell Communications yesterday announced the phasing out of part of its Infometrics Division, which employs 26 people in Duluth. The division's research and survey work will be eliminated and remaining staff will focus on circulation verification and trade show registration.
  • The Senior Citizens Coalition has renewed its discount agreement with Consumer Service Oil Co. for three more years. Coalition members who pay $9 annual dues to the program are eligible for a 10-cent-a-gallon discount on fuel oil. Researched by the Reference & Information staff at the Duluth Public Library. Call 730-4202 or click on Ask Us at www.duluth.lib.mn.us

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