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The beehive of activity at the Empire Block stills every Friday. For Thad Whitesel at nearby TW Wood Design, however, work continues full-bore.
In honor of its 100th birthday, the village is dialing up the fun during the annual Poplar Fun Days. The centennial event stretches over two days this year, Aug. 5 and Aug. 6.
Superior's neighborhood festivities are heating up this summer.
An 82-year-old woman is dead following a house fire in the Town of Superior.
Two proposals aimed at connecting residents to the outdoors were discussed Thursday by the Superior Finance Committee, but neither will move forward to tonight's common council meeting.
A pair of elementary-school students are back in the fundraising groove, preparing to raise more money for kids with cancer during their second annual "Fighting for Friends" 1-mile walk/run.
More than 100 youngsters blazed through Superior tasks last week. They laughed, they worked, they dabbed each other with "Smurf blue" paint.
A recommendation for a 14-year extension of the lease between the city and Sailboats Inc. will be brought before the Superior City Council tonight.
Pick a decade. Chances are, the Classics by the Lake Car Show features a vehicle from that era. Wednesday, a sneak peek at what these local car enthusiasts have to offer included a 1932 Ford Roadster, 1950 Packard, 1971 Oldsmobile and 1995 Corvette. Lined up in front of the Lake Nebagamon Auditorium, their glossy paint and polished chrome lit up an otherwise gray day. Classics by the Lake hosts its fourth annual car show from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday in downtown Lake Nebagamon. The event brings about 100 cars to the village.
For the Humane Society of Douglas County, 2017 is the year of the cat. It kicked off with the removal of 58 cats from a town of Superior home, a process that began Jan. 2 and took several weeks. The response soon encompassed the community. The humane society launched an online fundraiser to offset medical costs for the cats. Businesses and community members contributed about $6,000. Families stepped up to adopt the felines, many of which were less social barn cats. The last two cats were placed in a home June 12, according to shelter manager Sheila Keup.