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“Technology is the focus at each stop,” said Robin Reckinger, a Superior Middle School science teacher.
Poplar residents will see their monthly sewer bill increase by 60 percent in September, shooting from $60 to $98. That’s on top of a $9 bump that was added in January.
Wolves killed three beef calves and injured three hunting dogs in Douglas County in July, according to the United States Department of Agriculture’s Wildlife Services. Another two calves have been lost to wolf depredation in Douglas County so far this month. “They did seem to come in a flurry there for a couple weeks,” said Scott Wolter, large carnivore specialist with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. However, the numbers are on par with previous years, he said.
The anniversary and God's faithfulness will be the focus of the 10 a.m. worship service Sunday, which will include a baptism service and be followed by a church picnic.
The Tri-Lakes Community Center’s second annual 5K Loop Around the Lake kicks off Saturday, Aug. 18, on Tri-Lakes Road in Douglas County.
They enjoyed hot dogs served by Superior Police Chief Nicholas Alexander, games, free train rides, face painting and a chance to sit in a Superior Fire Department engine.
Once a year, families circle Matthew I. Pionk Memorial Park in the village of Oliver. They remember local service members who have fallen.
Retirement was the plan when Jane and Marty Russo moved from St. Paul to their cabin in Gordon last year.
The Spartan Twirlers spun talent into gold during a national twirling competition last week. The team of five won the national championship for their high school halftime show routine, shooting to the top in their first year under the Spartan banner. “It’s huge,” sophomore Zoe Schnell said. “It’s the only baton nationals.”
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