A Superior trucking company gave Dean E. Miller a once-in-a-lifetime trip last month. The retired U.S. Air Force master sergeant placed wreaths of remembrance on the headstones of fallen veterans at Arlington National Cemetery as part of national Wreaths Across America Day. “For me, being a veteran, to be able to go out to Arlington is one thing,” Miller said. “But to be part of this, I can’t even describe it.
Students at Four Corners Elementary School will get a lesson in logging soon. The Superior School Board on Tuesday approved the harvest of 300 cords of timber from the 40-acre school property. It’s a good time to make the cut, according to Four Corners Principal Jack Jarnis. “The trees are at the age where we have to either take them down or lose them,” he said. He doesn’t expect the logging to take place until next winter, due to the early snow this year. Revenue from the sale would be used to update and maintain another natural resource, the school’s 25-year-old Burstrom Trail.