Dishing it out for winter gear
A hot meal can bring daily warmth to children in Superior. Each soup supper served up Wednesday night in the Superior High School cafeteria will provi...
Volunteers needed for hospice care
Something clicked when Mike Hoffman met Dorothy Geske. The two shared a taste for split pea soup, swapping stories and cooking....
The wooden instrument lay unfinished for nearly a century, wrapped in yellowed newsprint. It made the journey from Chicago to Indiana, coming to rest ...
On Thursday, officers from Superior Police Department and community members come together for an informal discussion to discuss community issues, build relationships, and drink coffee.
The University of Minnesota Duluth closed its campus today because of a snowstorm; a move it rarely makes.
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His owner, Karen Quigley, says the Chinese crested and Chihuahua mix died unexpectedly Thanksgiving morning. The Sewell resident said Elwood had been dealing with some heath issues in recent months but appeared to be doing well.RELATED CONTENT
All sporting events at Superior, Northwestern, Northwood and Solon Springs High Schools have been postponed for tonight (Tuesday, Dec. 3).
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A man from Exeland, Wis., pleaded guilty last week to allegations he stole from the U.S. Treasury by stealing the identity of others, according to U.S. Attorney John W. Vaudreuil of the Western District of Wisconsin.
A Minnesota man was killed and a Minong man critically injured in a two-vehicle accident in the town of Gordon Friday morning.
An established East End business and downtown church are helping make this holiday season merry for all.
Plans for Superior High School’s new sports complex are beginning to take shape.
No solid leads have surfaced as the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office continues to investigate last week’s armed robbery at the National Bank of Commerce in Poplar.
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Photo of the Day
Freya Johnson paints in a room by herself in the Holden Fine Arts Center on the University of Wisconsin-Superior campus on Wednesday afternoon. The room, which would typically be quite full, is empty today since UWS cancelled classes due to snow. So Johnson, a senior art therapy major from Superior, figured she would brave the snow and work on a painting for her daughter. “It’s nice to crank my music without needing headphones,” Johnson said. (Jed Carlsonemail@example.com)