Public comments are being taken through April 13 on the 2018 work plan for the Brule River State Forest. They can be addressed to Dan Kephart, Brule River State Forest property manager, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, 6250 S. Ranger Road, Brule, WI 5480. In October of 2017, the master plan for the Brule River State Forest was approved by the Natural Resources Board. The plan guides and determines all management activities conducted on the Brule River State Forest. It can be found on the Brule River State Forest home page under the management and business tab.
Wisconsin residents will be able to nominate and elect local representatives to the Wisconsin Conservation Congress and express their opinion on a range of natural resources management issues at spring meetings being held at 7 p.m. Monday in every county of the state. In Douglas County, the joint Department of Natural Resources and Conservation Congress meeting is held at the Superior Senior High School cafeteria, 2600 Catlin Ave.
Douglas County held its first American Cancer Society Relay for Life in 1994. Over the past 33 years, the annual 24-hour event has raised well over $1 million.
Two Douglas County men faces charges for their sixth drunk driving offense in Douglas County Circuit Court..
A Superior man who allegedly emptied the account of a female relative instead of paying her outstanding bills made an initial appearance Monday in Douglas County Circuit Court.
Justin John Douglas VanOvermeiren, 34, faces two counts felony unauthorized use of an entity's identifying information or documents, two counts of credit card fraud and two counts misdemeanor theft.
The Parkland Community Group holds its annual Spring Expo 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 14 at the Parkland Town Hall, County Highway K, South Range.
Lake Superior College is waiving the usual $20 application fee for the entire month of April.
Rivers2Lake, an education program that helps teachers integrate Lake Superior into a standards-based curriculum, is accepting applications from teachers in the Lake Superior Watershed. Educators in any subject or grade level are eligible to participate.
Tour a darkened Fairlawn Mansion, 906 E. Second St., with flashlights, and learn about the superstitious life of the Victorians. Tours leave every half hour beginning at 7:30 p.m. April 13. Bring your own flashlight. Admission is $10 for adults, $8 for seniors and college students, and $5 for students. Not recommended for children age 5 or younger. No reservations needed. For information, call (715) 394-5712.