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At the Douglas County Deer Advisory Council’s meeting Jan. 18 in Superior, chair Al Horvath led off with a statement that would sum up the tone of the night’s discussion. “We’re going to get into (situations) where 40 percent love it, 40 percent hate it and 20 percent just don’t care,” Horvath said. “The discussions ahead should be interesting, and that’s where we can really have an impact.”
Hunters in northern Wisconsin will be allowed to leave portable tree stands and blinds overnight on state-managed land beginning in the fall 2017 season.
Great Lakes Pond Hockey Classic returns to Barker’s Island
On Saturday, Northwestern hosted the Rice Lake Warriors in a nonconference game.
On Wednesday, Wisconsin’s Natural Resources Board will consider a proposal to allow temporary tree stands and blinds to be left overnight on lands north of Hwy. 64 managed by the DNR.
SSHS will name gym after 1981 graduate
The Superior School Board moved quickly Monday to quell fears after a special meeting was called to consider the school district's current policy on staff gifts. At issue was a clause allowing for the acceptance of free or discounted travel in exchange for chaperoning students. "I'm sorry this got blown up the way it was," said Board member Mary Klun. "I just wanted to make sure we weren't violating our own policy."
The Eagles can clinch at least a share of the title by sweeping their remaining conference games.
The Tigers rallied from an eight-point deficit to tie the game with 46 seconds left and scored the winning basket with 4.2 seconds on the clock when Mike Lindsay made a pass to Alex Tecker under the basket.
In their first week back from winter break, the Northwestern Tigers face a pair of boys basketball teams that are a combined 13-1.