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Fourth grade students at Cooper Elementary School dug deep and quested far to answer some puzzling scientific questions this spring.
It's a chance to meet the newest pups and learn more about the skills that make canines good law enforcement officers. Within the last year, law enforcement K-9s in the region have helped apprehend armed suspects wanted for serious crimes and to find and rescue missing, vulnerable citizens. They've sniffed out critical evidence that's led to convictions on charges including burglary, assault and drug dealing. They've even helped with security during visits by key figures in the campaign for president.
After 20 years in Superior, Northwoods Music is closing its doors. A liquidation sale is underway at the 1608 Tower Ave. store.
When he visits Superior in 10 years, Dave Minor hopes to see the Better City Superior project gracing the downtown skyline and a Chamber of Commerce roster that has doubled in size.
A study released last week from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showed death rates from Alzheimer's disease increased 55 percent across the country from 1999 to 2014.
The tick, which has a whitish spot on its upper side, is a southern critter with a normal range extending no farther than the southern tier counties of Iowa, said David Neitzel, the Minnesota Department of Health’s go-to epidemiologist for all things insect-related. But “we’re starting to see some in Minnesota,” Neitzel said.
"We are open and ready for business," said Nancy Cox, assistant manager at the Salvation Army Thrift Store. "Come on in."
When explosions rocked a cabin May 19 east of Solon Springs, "somebody" was there to battle the flames.
Elsa and Peanut made their entrance to the delighted smiles of kindergarten students Wednesday at Great Lakes Elementary School.
The Superior School Board approved a new health care provider for district employees at a special board meeting Monday. The School District of Superior will enter into a one-year contract with WEA Trust, a not-for-profit company based in Wisconsin, for the 2017-2018 school year.