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Turnout at Thursday's Explore Superior mayoral forum proved that if you host it, they will come.
Even without a sign over the door, BB Makeup Cosmetic Bar is attracting attention.
Expect to see some Superior folks in the crowd during today's presidential inauguration. Six Superior High School students plan to attend, along with a retired couple from the town of Superior. Hands-on history "I'm a history nerd," said senior Rachael Tuve, one of the six students traveling to Washington, D.C. through the University of Wisconsin-Superior's Upward Bound Program. "It'll give me a chance to literally be part of history."
Superior's mayoral race is heating up. During a cool competition Saturday in Billings Park, the four candidates showed off their sledding style.
Nestled in the village of Solon Springs, Lucius Woods Park caught Angela Botner's eye. She knew it was the perfect spot to show movies.
The Explore Superior website is an amalgam of blogs, videos, event listings, polls, photos and more. Its mission is to share positive news about the area while strengthening, promoting and furthering a sense of community.
The outdoor rinks behind the Superior Ice Arena were teaming with mischief Friday even before the fire truck showed up.
When Kids In Nebagamon was founded in 1992, its goal was to aid children near the village of Lake Nebagamon. It's grown to encompass the entire Maple school district, providing holiday cheer to about 100 children a year who teachers or churches have identified as being in need of a helping hand. "A lot of them require warm coats, hats, mittens, gloves, snow pants, boots, things a lot of us take for granted," said KIN member Candi Stariha.
When she joined 4-H club as a high school freshman, Mikayla Maijala was seeking to be more involved with her animals — four dogs, two horses, two cats and 30 rabbits. She started by attending the Horses R Us club in Lake Nebagamon. "I was really shy, I didn't know anybody," said Maijala, 18. "My animals kind of helped me open up." Bringing her horses to the fair that summer, she was impressed with how nice everyone was and the way everybody pitched in. "They work together and they're willing to help you out," said Maijala, who lives in Poplar.
One was sentenced to four years on probation and 26 days in jail. The other will spend six years in prison, three of them for the robbery attempt.