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Jordan Herman spent Wednesday morning stretching his $36,430 annual chef's salary to meet the needs of a young family.
Beads have been Jamie Goodiel's passion since middle school.
The Douglas County Communication Center resembled the Bat Cave on Tuesday, decked out with balloons and streamers in Batman's signature black and yellow.
The number of licensed foster homes in Douglas County increased last year, but they filled quickly as February rolled into March.
Holocaust survivor Marion Blumenthal Lazan shared her experiences under Nazi rule with Twin Ports students last week.
Second grade students from Four Corners Elementary School spent the day engaged in a host of activities, from "I spy" and creating animal footprints to team tic-tac-toe.
Community members gathered Monday to kick off National Child Abuse Prevention Month. "The theme this year is 'Say Something, Do Something For Kids,'" said Doreen Wehmas, intake and assessment unit supervisor with Douglas County Human Services. She focused her speech on how families are able to make changes and connect with supports in order to keep their children safe and in their home. It's also a call to action for the public. "Be aware of children in the community," Wehmas said. "If you are concerned, say something."
Superior Mayor Bruce Hagen capped off his years in office Monday by breaking ground for the $23 million U.S. Highway 2, Belknap Street, reconstruction project.
A disconnection notice posted at the Lund-Hill Apartments at 914 Tower Ave. became a moot point when the outstanding balance due Superior Water Light & Power was paid.
Fifteen years ago, students at East Middle School in Superior were touched by Holocaust survivor Marion Blumenthal Lazan’s story.