Honoring Old Glory
For the second year in a row, veterans, descendants of patriots and students team up to give Old Glory a proper farewell....
City seeks input on landfill proposal
City officials are encouraging the public to get out and talk about it.
Old Globe foreclosed
An urban logging company featured on the History Channel’s “Ax Men” series has three months to find a buyer before its forest, the Old Globe grain ele...
A bar temporarily closed after law enforcement officers found a stolen gun and marijuana on premise could close for good.
The Lac Courte Oreilles tribe is trying a unique way to help the Bad River tribe stop the proposed iron ore mine in the Penokees. They’re gathering wild onions and mushrooms. The new LCO Harvest Camp is set in the backwoods of Iron County, right in the middle of the proposed mine.RELATED CONTENT
Sixty-four-year-old Tim Sandor, who grew up in Ashland and has lived in Superior since 1975, found running enjoyable and has kept with it for more than 30 years.RELATED CONTENT
Sheriff Mick Brennan identifies the victims as the pilot, 63-year-old Dr. Richard Renwick, and his brother, 58-year-old Bruce Renwick from Waunakee.
RICK LUBBERS COLUMN: Scott Pearson died while running, and running saved his life. The latter part of that paradox will bring the 62-year-old Poplar resident back to the race where his life nearly ended a year ago.RELATED CONTENT
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The city of Superior is denying flood damage claims filed in Douglas County Circuit Court by residents of the city’s 15th Avenue East and East 10th Street area.
“That’s like promising a case of Summit to the party and showing up with that bathwater called Leinenkugel’s,” Zellers said. “It’s not a fair deal at all. Good Minnesota beer for Wisconsin bathwater, no sir.”RELATED CONTENT
In addition to speaking out against voucher expansion, public school advocates questioned a tax deduction in the state budget proposal today.
A Superior man accused of trying to rob a woman at knifepoint while wearing a Spiderman mask was bound over for arraignment Wednesday in Douglas County Circuit Court.
A Superior woman and California man accused of battering Superior police officers in separate incidents have made appearances in Douglas County Circuit Court.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this story reported that under the new bill, all staff would be able to communicate off-the-record with stakeholders. In fact, most PSC staff have been able to in the past.
The local “Stuff the Bus” project is expanding. Donation boxes have multiplied, and some will even take to the streets during the city’s Fourth of July parade.
Apostle Islands National Lakeshore will be participating in the 2013 Parks Climate Challenge program, using national parks as classrooms to educate students about climate change, thanks to funding provided by the National Park Foundation.
A plan to improve traffic concerns in Superior’s South End is under consideration by the Metropolitan Interstate Council on Wednesday night.
NorthernBridges chief executive officer is planning to step down and into retirement Nov. 29.
The American Red Cross is offering $800 scholarships for its Nursing Assistant Training course in Central Minnesota and Northland Minnesota areas.
Photo of the Day
A bird flies though the brush along the shore on Barkers Island after grabbing a small fish out of the water on Wednesday morning in Superior. (Jed Carlsonfirstname.lastname@example.org)