News TribuneJune 18, 1972The 858-foot ore carrier Roger M. Blough is expected to arrive at Two Harbors early today after passing upbound through the Soo Locks yesterday. The Blough, on its maiden voyage, is the largest carrier ever built completely on the Great Lakes.
The Duluth American Indian Fellowship Association yesterday formally affiliated with the national American Indian Movement. Michael Lind, president of the AIFA, said his organization represents about 300 of the approximately 575 Indians in Duluth.
News Tribune A Northwest Airlines official said yesterday that layoffs could be an option to cut costs at the financially strapped airline. A company spokesman said layoffs are among several options under review.
June 18, 1992
It’s likely to be another busy summer for Canadians shopping in Minnesota and for political squabbling in Ontario over sales-tax collections at border crossings. Last year, Canadians spent an estimated $71.5 million in Duluth, according to the Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce.
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