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The subject of the complaint was the book “Emma and Meesha My Boy,” by Kaitlyn Considine. The picture book tells the story of young girl and her two mothers.
Superior is off to a 6-0 start this year, which includes close wins over Eau Claire North and Minneapolis Southwest. The Spartans beat the former by three points and the latter by 12 after leading by just four points in the third quarter.
The Evergreen girls began the evening with a 56-33 victory, and the Northwood boys won the nightcap 54-44.
Northwestern plays in a different conference than South Shore — and a different division — but the two teams will face off in Port Wing at 7:15 p.m. today.
Sophomore Riley Stowers led the Tigers with 16 points, which included six in the waning minutes of the fourth quarter to secure the win.
MINONG — The South Shore Cardinals kept their perfect season intact Friday night with a 49-31 victory over the Northwood Evergreens. Cardinal forward Megan Gustafson led all scorers with 34...
The management of Wisconsin’s deer herd has been a touchy issue recently, but that wasn’t the case at Tuesday’s meeting of the Douglas County Deer Advisory Council. “Right now there’s...
Cooper Elementary School teacher Emily Sharrow has a long list to review this week.
Members of the Superior School Board were somber Monday as they discussed filling the seat of Patrick Dorin, who died Nov. 18.
Spartan QB nabs second straight Telegram Player of the Year honors