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Despite a snowstorm that postponed about a dozen sporting events this week, the winter sports season is in full swing.
As the streets filled with snow Wednesday and people hunkered down to wait out the storm, six students from Superior High School grabbed their bowling shoes and ventured out to Landmark Lanes.RELATED CONTENT
As Douglas County residents dig out from a three-day snowstorm, an arctic blast is on its way. National Weather Service snowfall totals Thursday included 16 inches of the white stuff in Superior, 17 inches in Hawthorne and 18 inches in Poplar.RELATED CONTENT
The weather over the last few days is making its mark on a new tradition in Superior, but it’s not going to defeat it.RELATED CONTENT
A new organization has set its eyes on renovating the old Dunbar building in downtown Superior.RELATED CONTENT
For the next five years, Hartel’s/DBJ Disposal will continue to do what it has done since 2009 in Superior — collect the city’s residential recycling. The Superior City Council in a 7-3 vote opted to extend the contract for recycling services in the city.
A water main break on East Second Street is going to affect traffic.
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.
Photo of the Day
A branch lays on top of a car along the 1100 block of Baxter Avenue in Superior on Thursday morning. The weight of the newly fallen snow is weighing down many branches throughout the area. (Jed Carlsonemail@example.com)