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Superior hosted the Twin Ports Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony on Thursday afternoon at the Government Center. The ceremony honored those who died in the line of duty in Superior, Duluth...
Hundreds of Superior High School students strapped on their fancy duds and cut a rug Saturday night at the University of Wisconsin-Superior during the 2015 Junior/Senior Prom.
Close to 2000 people rocked out with the band Hairball at Wessman Arena in Superior on Saturday night. Songs from Kiss, Bon Jovi, Alice Cooper and more rang through the...
The Superior sixth grade traveling basketball team joined the Spartan varsity basketball team for practice on Wednesday night at the SHS gymnasium. The junior Spartans joined the varsity team in...
Friday night, at the NBC Spartan Sports Complex in Superior, the Spartan senior football players honored teachers at their annual Teacher Appreciation Night. Every senior chose a teacher from kindergarten...
The Superior girls basketball team honored their favorite teachers Thursday before the Spartans game with Ashland.
The countdown has started. My wife has a big sheet in our living room with "four weeks" written on it. Each Monday another week comes down. My wife thinks it's all about awaiting our little arrival, but lately I've been waiting for a departure. It seemed like such a good idea at first. My wife was going to go through some physical changes that we planned to photograph every couple of weeks, so I thought up an idea to join her. As her belly grew so would my beard. I call it my "Baby Beard." Think of it as an extreme playoff beard.
OK my hefty friend; this is your last chance. Look over your letters one last time. It's Jed; J-E-D. I'm going to level with you, this is the last list you'll be getting from me. It's my 34th Christmas, and you've visited me many times throughout the years, but this is my last letter. Now, you'll be getting a list from my house, but next Christmas it won't be from me. Next Christmas the letter will come from my son; he'll join us sometime in late March.
It's that time of year again, when adults in rural areas show up at the grocery store or gas station wearing three shades of blaze orange. I've spent some time out in the woods near Oulu, helping my father-in-law move stands to spots we've scouted and think will be good for rifle season. I'm optimistic that my third hunting season will be successful. Really, it can't get any worse than last year. I didn't even see a deer the whole season. I spent my time freezing in a little hut, waiting to go back to the house. But this is a new year and good things happen in 3s, right?
It's not every day that you get the opportunity to compete against an NCAA Division I recruit, but I got the chance to go head-to-head with one Friday afternoon right here in Superior. I bet some of you are thinking I played a little hoops with Superior High School's Joel Lindberg, who is headed to North Dakota State University. That's a good guess, but I went head-to-head with the newest Division I recruit from Superior, Sharita Turner. Turner signed her letter of intent to join the bowling team at Prairie View A&M University on Thursday afternoon at Landmark Lanes.