The event, which had a longstanding tradition of being the final attraction during the annual six-day fair, had been dropped from the line up in 2012 due to low car counts.
The Tiger boys and girls both finished in fourth place at the Superior Spartan Invite
Tickets will be on sale until 3:15 p.m. today in the activities office, B-1.
The Duluth woman who was behind the wheel in a fatal 2015 vehicle-pedestrian crash in the town of Wascott will spend two years on probation and 120 days in jail.
Chef David Knutson of Dalarna, Sweden, serves his famous Swedish Meatballs at a dinner sponsored by the Wascott Community Club/Fire Department Auxiliary 5-7 p.m. Sept 17 at the Wascott Town Hall.
Life changed for the Grams family in the year since Aria Rose, 2, received a new heart.
Richard “Ike” and Brenda Eisenmann had a full house in Solon Springs over the Labor Day weekend when their 10 grandchildren, all age 6 and younger, came for a visit.
Anthony John Machones, 29, faces felony attempting to flee or elude a traffic officer and three counts misdemeanor bail jumping stemming from the incident.
With the next Superior Days less than six months away, initial planning begins this month. A kick-off meeting begins at 6 p.m. Sept. 22 at the Douglas County Government Center, Room 270. Past delegates and those interested in learning more about Superior Days are encouraged to attend. Committees for the 2017 Superior Days will be formed, and members recruited. Special emphasis this year will be on three committees — delegate recruitment, fundraising and Parade of Products.
The Leading Producers Round Table of the National Association of Health Underwriters announced that Jim Wheeler of Wheeler Associates has qualified to receive the association's Eagle Award due to his exceptional professional knowledge and outstanding client service. The National Association of Health Underwriters represents 100,000 professional health insurance agents and brokers who provide insurance for millions of Americans. NAHU is headquartered in Washington, DC.