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Douglas County’s Extension Office is in flux as a wave of baby boomers heads to retirement.
Superior’s City Council is considering a bump in the price of mitigating wetlands for development.
The plan would increase salaries citywide by a total $180,548 next year, only about half of what the city set aside in its budget to make the wage adjustments when the study is complete, according to information provided by Jean Vito, finance director and senior administrator for the city.
Superior’s Finance Committee is looking to develop a mission statement and policies to better guide its fiduciary responsibilities.
Superior’s next police chief is a 16-year veteran of the department. Deputy Chief Nick Alexander rose to the top among three candidates vying to lead the Superior Police Department during...
One-tenth of a mile separates Trac Rasmus from being able to put her grandson, a second-grader at Northern Lights Elementary, on a bus and having to get him to school herself.
The city is exploring an option to privatize trash collection and sell the Moccasin Mike Road Landfill. Tuesday, the Superior City Council awarded a contract to NewGen Strategies and Solutions...
Wisconsin has another option for mitigating wetlands for development.
Old world charm returns to the corner of Broadway Street and Hammond Avenue this weekend when the Broadway Market is transformed into an outdoor shopping wonderland, an old-fashioned Christkindlmarkt, and...
The goal was to stand in solidarity with family of Michael Brown Jr. of Ferguson, Mo.