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The area's first Inclusive Care Unit opened Sunday outside the main entrance of United Presbyterian Church.
It's not every day the bomb squad shows up at work.
From the ashes of her Little Free Library, Laura Selden of Superior is hoping to raise 10.
The Superior School Board is looking for public guidance in its search for a new district administrator. District Administrator Janna Stevens is retiring June 30. She's held the district's top administrative seat since July 2009. "It's been a pleasure to work with Janna," said School Board President Len Albrecht, and she's helped take the district to the next level.
After months of waiting, watching and Facebook following, the doors to Billings Park Cafe opened Thursday morning to a steady stream of customers.
A new headquarters fire hall is on tap for the city of Superior.
A team of athletes from the town of Brule is en route to making a dream come true.
For Andrew and Patricia Van Alstine, it was a matter of life and death. She needed electricity for her oxygen machine; he needed it for his pacemaker. But the wiring in their two-story Superior home was considered unsafe. Thanks to a web of community connections, their wiring issues were addressed days before Christmas.
For Andrew and Patricia Van Alstine, it was a matter of life and death.
Superior Police Chief Nicholas Alexander has been involved in grant-writing for years. Enbridge surprised him. "This is the first time I received a grant for more than what I actually requested," the chief said. "I had requested $7,000." Instead, Superior Terminal Supervisor Tom Peterson handed Alexander two $5,000 checks Wednesday from the energy company's Safe Community Program. "If you're going to the well, you might as well make it worth it," Peterson said. "We're proud to be able to secure this."