Dozens sick after eating at Duluth ballroom; health department investigating

The Duluth News Tribune says health officials are investigating after dozens of people who attended events at Greysolon Ballroom became ill. Hundreds of people attended the events, and officials suspect there may be more illnesses.
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The Duluth News Tribune says health officials are investigating after dozens of people who attended events at Greysolon Ballroom became ill. Hundreds of people attended the events, and officials suspect there may be more illnesses.

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