LCO fights mine with harvest camp
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 wi...
One by one, Carolyn Hanson and Dan Nichols are rebuilding their cookbook collection. Last year, all theirs — more than 1,000 — were lost when four fee...
Flood leaves UWS better prepared
The University of Wisconsin-Superior was awash with floodwaters one year ago Thursday.
Sky high opportunity
Math may be Alexandra “Lexie” Thompson’s favorite class, but not for the facts or figures. It’s because of the planes. The windows of the Superior Mid...
A bar temporarily closed after law enforcement officers found a stolen gun and marijuana on premise could close for good.
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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.
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A fishing boat passes behind the statue on Barkers Island in Superior. (Jed Carlsonfirstname.lastname@example.org)