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Douglas County is working on a plan to manage parking at the Government Center during reconstruction of Belknap Street.
The magic of a traditional German Christmas market casts its spell again starting this weekend in the Broadway Community Garden.
Douglas County election officials got right to work Thursday morning, reconciling poll books and absentee ballot certificates — then sorting, counting and recounting ballots by hand as the first-ever statewide recount of a presidential election got underway in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin’s Election Commission issued orders Tuesday evening calling for a statewide recount of the Nov. 8 election results for president.
Superior has a first in Center City Park — a station where bicyclists can stop to make needed repairs to their bikes.
As a lifelong resident making the choice to raise his family here, Councilor Brent Fennessey said he wants to be a champion for the city.
At 10 p.m. Saturday night, veteran Superior Police Officer Jeff Felton was wrapping up a shift that started at 6 a.m. He had to be back to work at 6 a.m. Sunday -- eight hours later -- and still he stopped back at the station around 11 a.m.
The company will replace aging analog meters with an advanced metering infrastructure.
Superior is putting together surplus city-owned land for housing development. City administration has identified about a dozen parcels citywide it plans to put up for bid. The caveat is the buyer will have to use the property to develop housing in the city. Land sold will not be allowed to be used to expand yards or for construction of garages or other outbuildings.
It's on to the next phase of changing Superior's future after voters overwhelming gave their support to improving Superior's economy. Slightly more than 75 percent of nearly 11,800 voters who cast ballots in the referendum said "yes" to Better City Superior. "It's a good day," Bruce Thompson, who led the charge to bring the Better City Superior referendum to the voters, said Wednesday morning.