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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.
Coaches at the University of Wisconsin-Superior teamed up this week to send a care package to Texas, where massive flooding has forced a reported 32,000 people into shelters around Houston. Some of those affected may soon be sporting Yellowjacket logos, thanks to a call for help from the University of Houston.
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.
The name says it all. Whether you're looking for retro favorites like Ms. Pac-Man, Asteroids and Mario Brothers, or new releases like Madden 18, there's a good chance Games Then and Now carries it.
A Superior driving school has changed hands. Safety and Respect Driving School purchased Aug. 1 the former Elite School of Driving.
The three already were among five suspects charged in connection with the shooting death of 22-year-old William Andrew Grahek. But the trio will now be facing mandatory life sentences, if convicted.
The new restaurant along U.S. Highway 2, formerly the Sundown Café, has been open since February.
Twelve students, seven adult delegates and two chaperones from Ami Machi, Japan touched down in Superior this week as part of a sister city exchange program which began two decades ago. "I think it's a milestone, 20 years," said Rani Gill, sister city coordinator. "The interest is still here and they still want to come and all the friendships, the connections that we've made over 20 years." Christy Willmore has been a member of the Superior Sister City Commission since 2008.
The new Armed Services Tribute in the village of Lake Nebagamon is getting its share of attention. "I've watched people walk slowly up the sidewalk, right up close to the wall," said Vietnam veteran Howard Levo of Lake Nebagamon. "They're looking for a name that they recognize. It's nice to see that. They're examining the wall. They're very, very curious." For some, it's a place to reflect.