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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.
The largest grain storage facility on the Great Lakes is getting a helping hand from a Wisconsin Department of Transportation program designed to maintain port facilities. Gov. Scott Walker announced the harbor assistance grants Wednesday.
The largest grain storage facility on the Great Lakes is getting a helping hand from a Wisconsin Department of Transportation program designed to maintain port facilities.
Why would stretches of the highway belong to Douglas County and other stretches belong to Bayfield County?
Douglas County's Transportation and Infrastructure Committee approved five stretches of county highway that could be designated for ATV use. The approved sections include County Highway AA (Business Highway 53 and County Highway A (and Sjoberg Road) in Solon Springs; County Highway A from Jersett Road to Jackson Drive; County Highway A from East Tower Fire Lane to Empire Wilderness Road; County Highway B from Wild Rivers Trail to Rockmount Road; and a 4.7-mile stretch of County Road M from West Crotte Brook Road to State Highway 35.
Two years after work began, Douglas County has a plan to preserve farmland.
Gathering information for a plan to guide outdoor recreation in Superior, one message came through loud and clear: Much of the city is inaccessible for motorized recreation. While all-terrain vehicles and snowmobiles could use designated trails, access to businesses and cross-town connectivity was seriously lacking.