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Listen: School district’s levy increase is up in the air

Also on today’s episode, a hoax sends Cloquet schools into lockdown, and more.

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Here is your Duluth News Tribune Minute podcast for Thursday, September 22, 2022.

Stories mentioned in this episode:
A School Board vote on Tuesday established a placeholder, so to speak, while state and local finance staff hash out what that upper limit will ultimately be.

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