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Superior’s newest police officers, Tyler Rude and Jesse Soufflet, were sworn in on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. "The timing’s kind of unique," Superior Police Chief Nicholas Alexander said during...
Dr. Linda Van Etta is on the front lines of the influenza outbreak. An infectious disease specialist with St. Luke’s, she has been laid out by the disease herself.
A stroke blindsided Anne Stratioti at the age of 42.
Ray Nindorf spent his Christmas day trying to save a national symbol.
A Superior business set a new goal this winter: Brighten the holidays for one of their own. The 45 members of Inner Strength Martial Arts stepped to the mat to fill four Christmas lists with everything from a doll house and video games to radio-controlled cars.
A centenarian took to the roads of Wascott on Tuesday, on the move to a new home. This historical icon didn’t get behind the wheel for the quarter-mile trip; it was towed.
Since the first night he kindled a bonfire to host a sleep out for the Gordon Area Food Shelf, Jack Haskins has vowed to make the event bigger and better each year. Six years in, he’s still hitting that goal. His Dec. 12 sleep out raised more than $10,000 and 575 pounds of food, nearly $2,000 more than last year’s total.
Students at Superior High School are taking their drawings to the next dimension. A three-dimensional printer is being used by students in the school’s drafting and engineering classes for two...
Maranatha Academy students were hard-pressed to recall what they got during last year’s school gift exchange. "I think I got a notebook and pens," said Elliana Waring, 14. "I don’t...
Their last day of work is Jan. 11, according to Carolyn Kaiser, AFSCME Council 24 Northwest field representative. Kaiser has been representing about 100 blue collar and technical employees on the campus for the past decade, including the custodians.