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Bygones: 40 years ago, Duluth addressed Miller Creek pollution

Bygones is researched and written by David Ouse, retired reference librarian from the Duluth Public Library. He can be contacted at djouse49@gmail.com.

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News Tribune, Aug. 16, 1982

  • A $275,000 project has almost cleared Duluth's Miller Creek of the contaminated water that has been seeping in from a nearby sanitary landfill. The 150-acre landfill, owned and operated by WLSSD, lies adjacent to the swampy area near Rice Lake Road where the creek begins.
  • Midstate Airlines will begin offering round-trip passenger service between Duluth and the Twin Cities today. The airline's first flight to Duluth from St. Paul-Minneapolis will leave at 8:10 a.m., and the first flight from Duluth to the Twin Cities will depart at 9:35 a.m.

News Tribune, Aug. 16, 1922

  • Duluth public schools and scores of downtown office buildings will face complete shutdown this winter unless coal deliveries are made soon. The schools, without fuel supplies of any kind, have applied for relief from Ivan Bowan, the Minnesota fuel administrator.
  • The Duluth Herald radio broadcasting station, which has been licensed by the U.S. government, will begin operating next week. The equipment has been installed on top of the Lyceum Theater building and a final test will be made tomorrow afternoon.
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Bygones is researched and written by David Ouse, retired reference librarian from the Duluth Public Library. He can be contacted at djouse49@gmail.com.
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