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Tax season gets underway this week with the Internal Revenue Service starting to process returns.
Three small beaches could become one according to a preliminary plan to restore the beach on Barker's Island.
Super Bowl LII is bringing more than football to the Twin Cities area. More than 30 charitable activities and community outreach events enrich the community and provide lasting legacies starting Friday as the Minneapolis-St. Paul area prepares to host the most watched game of the football season. And it'll take a small army of volunteers to make those events a reality.
The vote has been tallied and the winner of the Name the Park Contest is clear. Of five finalists, 13-year-old Abe Hirvela's name — 18 Oaks — was the name selected with more than 50 percent of the vote in a five-way race. Other contenders included Phoenix Park, People's Park, JO BOB — the initials of nearby avenues — and Gete-oodena, which means "old town."
For many years all-terrain vehicle, utility-terrain vehicle and snowmobile operators have had to "trailer up" or leave the city of Superior to spend their money. That is changing after the Superior City Council approved new routes ATVs, UTVs and snowmobiles can go to access the city's businesses. Starting today, some of those new route open after signs were installed to mark the trail connections.
The effort runs Feb. 21-22 in Madison.
Douglas County is taking a stand against a pair of bills that could increase the workload on courts and incarceration in Wisconsin.
A community garden in the vicinity of Oakes Avenue and North 24th Street could become a reality with the help of the city.
Superior's City Council has approved a temporary parking rule to accommodate parking in the 1700 block of Wyoming Avenue.
The State of Virginia's next solicitor general grew up in Superior's East End, attending school at Nelson-Dewey Elementary and East Junior High.