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The SHS dance team has been part of the Minnesota-based Lake Superior Conference since it began in 2009. This year, the Superior school had to withdraw.
With red wagons, brownies and cake pops, Cathedral School fifth graders hope to boost hurricane relief efforts Saturday during the third annual Superior Spooktacular. The students will march in the parade, which begins at 11 a.m., collecting donations of clothing, nonperishable food, diapers, wipes and cleaning supplies for those affected by hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria. The class has been planning the campaign for more than a month. "We started this about the second week of school," said Emilee Daniel, 10. "Harvey had happened. Irma was coming."
This year's event also shows support for the Spartans' head volleyball coach Brenda Pluntz, who has been battling breast cancer since July.
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For the rest of this season, use is free. Slots for 2018 will be rented out on a first-come, first-serve basis. The cost to rent one for the summer is $100 for residents, $200 for non-residents.
Following a public input survey, the Douglas County Deer Advisory Council's recommendations for splitting the current county-wide deer management unit (DMU) into three and increasing herd size over the next three years have moved on to the Natural Resources Board, which will decide whether to allow the changes. According to CDAC chairman Al Horvath, about eight of the state's 72 counties are recommending boundary changes. The Douglas County survey received 138 responses, the second-highest number of responses in the state, according to Horvath.
The morning after the Oct. 1 mass shooting that left 59 dead and more than 500 wounded in Las Vegas, Tim Caffee was frustrated and angry.
The Spartan Hot Rod project has a proven track record. In the past five years, two dozen Superior High School students have used the mentoring club as a vehicle to complete their senior project. Every one of them has passed with high marks. "I'm very impressed with it," said Rob Scott, senior project coordinator at the high school. "I hope to see it continue."
Dog walkers -- the Superior Police Department wants your help.
Solon Springs is going to the dogs.