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The unusually warm weather -- 55 degrees -- didn't put an end to the town's inaugural Rink Rally, just changed it.
Once a month, the "dialysis crew" meets for lunch. They come from all walks of life, but share one common denominator. Each of them requires dialysis treatments three times a week. "We're a cast of characters," said Mike Almond, 49. The elder statesman and father of four has been on dialysis since 2009. "I call us the 'Brothers of the Kidney,'" he said.
Drug dealers blast Douglas County with a double dose of poison daily.
U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis. and U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy, R-Weston, have added their voices to the growing number concerned about the soaring cost of a device used to treat opioid overdoses. Kaleo Pharmaceuticals is being asked to justify the more than 550 percent surge in the price of its device, Evzio, since 2014.
Tucked into the back of a family photo album, the envelope held nothing personal. Pictures of buildings, panoramas, not anything Jim Knudsen felt the need to keep.
Fifth grade students at Bryant Elementary School tested their aim Feb. 3 during a day-long retreat on kindness.
The Superior Fire Department responded to three blazes in a little over 24 hours this week. The fires — an apartment fire Tuesday, two house fires Wednesday — left two people hospitalized and two families scrambling for shelter. Fire crews kept a vigil Wednesday night and into Thursday at a home on Ogden Avenue to put out hotspots from a hidden fire lurking in the building's void spaces.
The Parkland skating rink brings together something old, something new, something borrowed and kids in blue.
Deadbeats beware. That court fine you thought would never catch up with you has just gotten a boost of speed.
Superior native Laura Gapske is a parent, an advocate and one of four candidates seeking a seat on the Superior School Board.