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Superior could soon follow Douglas County in defining "responsible" when it comes to contracting with bidders on public works projects.
When Bob Fuhrman got a call from Arcadia Publishing about writing a book about the history of shipbuilding during World War II, he knew right where to turn.
Lake Point Church is hoping to bring together the community through puzzle-solving, history and a bit of fiction.
Business leaders in the last few years have said Superior is a great place to do business.
Superior's Common Council is off to a fresh start — a new mayor, new councilors sworn and leadership selected.
SPOONER, Wis. — Northland residents took the opportunity to weigh in Tuesday on the Wisconsin state budget. Members of the legislative Joint Committee on Finance traveled to Spooner High School to spend the day taking testimony from the public on the state's proposed two-year spending plan. Sen. Janet Bewley, D-Delta, and Rep. Nick Milroy, D-South Range, joined the committee to listen as people they representative weighed in on the budget.
Scott Gunderson, a 1987 graduate of Superior Senior High School, is running for the 3rd District of Massachusetts seat, challenging Democratic incumbent, Niki Tsongas.
Superior's City Council considers a proposal to sell city-owned land for development of a 54-unit, market-rate apartment building.
Superior voters elected a new mayor -- Jim Paine -- on Tuesday. Paine, 35, vice chairman of the Douglas County Board, took 58 percent of the vote over Councilor Brent Fennessey, 34.
Superior has a new mayor and two new city councilors following Tuesday’s election. Douglas County Board vice chairman, Jim Paine, won his bid over City Councilor Brent Fennessey with 58 percent of the vote. While Paine won’t take office for two weeks, he said he plans to hit the ground running by meeting local leaders and city department heads so he can get started on day one.