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Whether this marks year 15 or 16, the title of Superior's longest-running neighborhood party goes to East End Family Fun Day.
Neither mud nor brush nor blood-sucking mosquitoes kept the Superior Douglas County Family YMCA team from cleaning up a section of Faxon Creek on Thursday.
A Democratic contender for the 2018 Wisconsin governor's race made a trip to Superior last week. Robert "Bob" Harlow, 25, of Barneveld, said he wants to focus on education, infrastructure, healthcare and engaging the public in the political process.
Protests over the replacement of Enbridge's Line 3 pipeline spilled from the work site along County Highway W in the town of Superior to the front of the Douglas County Courthouse Friday. Carrying signs and flags, more than a dozen people stood outside the building for hours. "Love water, not oil," some shouted. They came from different groups, different states, but with the united purpose of bringing attention to the pipeline work. "I feel every little thing we do getting heard is forward progress," said Shawn Carr of Duluth.
Recent pipeline protests have attracted media attention in Douglas County, but the Enbridge Line 3 replacement project has also been the site of threats, theft and vandalism over the past two months.
Parents in the Maple School District were given the opportunity Wednesday to weigh in on a draft of a survey to gauge support for a five-year operational referendum of up to $1.7 million per year.
Boundary recommendations approved at last week's sparsely-attended County Deer Advisory Council meeting in Superior indicated bigger is not necessarily better.
A Superior man struck gold twice last month during the North Dakota Senior Games. He snagged some bronze swag, as well.
Talia Martens, 16, is propelling her family's dog sledding tradition to a new level.
Construction work was in full swing Tuesday at Superior High School. As the first day of school edges closer, assistant principal Steve Olson said he's seen daily and even hourly transformations at the building. A number of spaces were nearing completion, including the multi-purpose room and locker rooms. As he took firefighters and journalists on tours of the building Tuesday, Olson stopped to greet a number of Superior High School graduates who were working on the project, laying tile, welding roof joists and performing other tasks.