IRON RIVER, Wis. — This Northwestern Wisconsin community was reeling Sunday on news that a well-known and well-liked elderly couple had been killed in a violent attack in their apartment the previous evening, allegedly carried out by one of their grown children.
Iron River was reeling Sunday on news that a well-known and well-liked elderly couple had been killed in a violent attack in their apartment the previous evening, allegedly carried out by one of their grown children.
The new world of health insurance, ushered in by the Affordable Care Act, looks much different in Superior than it does from Duluth.
A shorthanded Superior High School boys hockey team fell to 0-3 on the season with a 3-2 loss Saturday afternoon at New Richmond.
The Ramsey County medical examiner has identified the victim as 30-year-old Shane Lawrence Cooper. His death was ruled a homicide due to strangulation.
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.
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.
Superior’s City Council on Tuesday didn’t hesitate to throw its support behind plans to rehabilitate the dock at Elkhorn Industries.
A reward of $5,000 has been announced for information leading to an arrest in the Nov. 26 robbery of the National Bank of Commerce in Poplar, southeast of Superior on U.S. Highway 2.
Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Iron River holds its annual Cookie, Craft and Lefse Sale.
Now is the time to get your name on the ballot if you’re considering a bid for local offices on school boards, town and village boards, Superior City Council or the Douglas County Board.
When the property tax bills go out next week in Superior, property owners won’t see as big of an increase as originally anticipated.
Heavy, wet snow put a damper on many Northland happenings, but some community events are still taking place.
A water main break on East Second Street is going to affect traffic.
Photo of the Day
REMEMBERING INFAMY: Members of the Richard I. Bong American Legion Color Guard walk off the court in the Mertz Motorelli Gymnasium on Saturday after presenting the flags during the National Anthem before the Yellowjackets game with UW-Oshkosh. Special reminders were announced during both the women’s and men’s basketball games about the bombing of Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. (Jed Carlsonfirstname.lastname@example.org)