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Bygones for Sept. 9

News Tribune Sept. 9, 1969 The Duluth Parks and Recreation Advisory Board yesterday recommended for City Council approval the sale of seven acres of conservation land in the Mission Creek area. The city assessor's office has appraised the propert...

News Tribune

Sept. 9, 1969

  • The Duluth Parks and Recreation Advisory Board yesterday recommended for City Council approval the sale of seven acres of conservation land in the Mission Creek area. The city assessor's office has appraised the property at $3,000.
  • The president of the Duluth Yellow Cab Co. has asked the City Council to consider a resolution reducing taxi fares for elderly persons. Ronald P. Norvich said his company supports a one-third fare reduction for people on restricted incomes. News Tribune

    Sept. 9, 1989

  • Oscar Mayer will roll out a national sales campaign in October for its Louis Kemp Seafood line and will increase production this year at its plant in West Duluth. Since March, the Duluth plant has added 100 employees.
  • The owner of the Hibbing chopsticks plant said yesterday he is close to attracting a new investor who could enable the plant to reopen this year. The plant uses new technology to make chopsticks for Oriental markets.
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