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Democratic candidates challenging U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy, R-Wis., are taking a stand against the congressman for his failure to react to comments made by President Trump in Helsinki, Finland, this week. Democratic candidate Margaret Engebretson held a press conference Thursday in Superior, and Dr. Brian Ewert sent out a prepared statement critical of Duffy the same day.
Antics and laughter promise to kick off South End Days with the Guns-N-Hoses softball tournament. The two-day event kicks off today with 35-plus rummage sales in South Superior. But the real fun begins at 5 p.m. Friday, July 20, when the Superior Police Department takes to the ball fields on North 58th Street with the hope of thwarting another victory by the Superior Fire Department.
Growing up, Jon Best knew he was adopted.
The Superior City Council considers a long-term lease tonight with the Commemorative Air Force Lake Superior Squadron after a move to the Richard I. Bong Memorial Airport that started in October 2017. The move was necessitated after the hangar the organization leased at the Duluth International Airport was deemed irreparable following a wind storm in 2016.
Douglas County is moving ahead with plans to regulate metallic sulfide mining after the state lifted a decades-long moratorium on the operations.
Superior and Douglas County are joining forces to develop a watershed plan that could lead to federal funding for environmental projects.
Lauren Miller, a speech language pathologist for the Superior school district, is hoping the community can come together around Little Free Libraries in city parks.
Superior’s License and Fees Committee is recommending changes to its dog license ordinance to allow pet owners a choice in animals.
Since the late 1980s, building a fence in the front yard of home came with a 4-foot height restriction. That could change along highways in the city if the City Council approves an amendment to its building code.
Former 7th District Congressman Dave Obey, former state Sen. Bob Jauch, and 2016 congressional candidate Mary Hoeft endorsed Dr. Brian Ewert to take on Republican Congressman Sean Duffy in the November election.