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A Douglas County working group is moving ahead with regulations that would guide concentrated animal feeding operations before one locates in the county.
A Superior-based company plays a role when the city of San Antonio, Texas, celebrates its tricentennial next year. Lake Assault Boats in Superior, a subsidiary of Fraser Industries, secured a $6.2 million contract with the city of San Antonio to build 43 new barges for the city’s iconic River Walk. The all-aluminum barges will replace the fleet of tourist and commuter barges used on the San Antonio River through the city’s downtown.
Douglas County has options to help low- to moderate-income homeowners make repairs to their houses.
After a review of practices in other counties regarding all-terrain vehicles, Douglas County’s Transportation and Infrastructure Committee decided against moving ahead with a moratorium.
Voters decide school board, city council and a special election to determine Superior's mayor for the next two years this spring.
A Solon Springs man is making a bid to be Wisconsin's next governor.
Bids for the reconstruction of Belknap Street came in higher than expected.
Superior's former mayor is the next secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation. Gov. Scott Walker today announced that Department of Safety and Professional Services Secretary Dave Ross will serve as the next secretary of WisDOT, replacing Secretary Mark Gottlieb who offered his resignation effective Jan. 6. Ross assumes the new role Jan. 7. Ross said he is looking forward to the new challenges of leading the agency responsible for transportation in the state.
The story came in bits and pieces. And those bits and pieces started coming together. "Bits and pieces of different ideas all came at me at different times, in different areas," Snow said of his writing process. "And all of a sudden the story just kind of formed." Nine months later, in 2006, then Superior resident Mark Snow had the first draft of "The Helper" done. The novel is penned under the name M.N. SNow.
Superior's City Council is taking advantage of a bit of a surplus to address staffing issues in the police department.