The largest forest fire to hit Wisconsin in three decades has been contained. The fire began in Gordon on Tuesday afternoon and traveled more than eig...
Governor surveys fire damage, state directs agencies to help
State, local and federal officials to meet with victims of Germann Road fire Saturday.
City gears up for busy construction season
Superior’s Public Works Department has its work cut out for it this construction season....
Recognizing an illegal grow to stay safe
Over the last three years, the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, in cooperation with interagency enforcement agencies, has eradicated numerous mari...
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In the middle of a snowstorm last month, someone broke into a Dairyland Volunteer Fire Department building and stole items worth thousands of dollars. The theft didn’t just affect the fire department.
Martin, a senior from Superior, is just the third Yellowjacket to receive all-American honors in softball. She joins Sarah Tarasewicz (2003 first team) and Erin Kegley (2004 third team) as all-American selections.RELATED CONTENT
Now you can weigh in on a study of the U.S. Highway 53 corridor from Solon Springs to the city of Superior.
I once believed in magic carpets. However, as I matured, I quit believing until I saw a carpet actually transform people before my very eyes.
Saturday, the University of Minnesota Duluth class of 2013 dons caps and gowns to participate in the long-awaited ceremony that years of studying have led to: Graduation.
The Harrington ARTS Center in Superior recently was given a showcase of a well-known accordion conductor.
“Our Superior” Community Mural will be painted by you. Bring your children, neighbors, grandparents and friends to 1322 Banks Ave., — The Yankee Storage facility — 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily between May 21 and June 2 to help create a masterpiece
A Superior-based business was honored as the Business of the Year during the 2013 annual Northwest Wisconsin Business Conference.
Photo of the Day
JAUCH MEETS DALAI LAMA — State Sen. Bob Jauch, right, meets his holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama before he addresses a joint session of the Wisconsin Legislature on May 14. The senator thanked the Dalai Lama for showing us that “compassion is not a weakness.” (Courtesy of Sen. Bob Jauch’s Office)