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Heavy smoke was reported at 6:52 a.m. Friday coming from the building at 1021 Garfield Ave.
Douglas County Circuit Court Nov. 14 Robert William Ronning, 40, 1904 Baxter Ave., attempted misdemeanor theft, no contest plea, four months jail, $443 court costs; entry into locked coin box, no contest plea, seven months jail, concurrent, Huber work release, $443 court costs; criminal damage to property, eligible to be dismissed if restitution paid.
The Superior-Douglas County Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors announced the winners for the Holiday Decorating and Lighting Contest.
Andrew David Hudacek Jr., 31, of Superior faces one count of felony theft in a business setting. According to the criminal complaint:
Halvor Lines, a trucking and logistics company based in Superior, recently announced it made the Commercial Carrier Journal's 2016 Top 250 list, one of the many awards Halvor Lines received in 2016.
The Washburn Castle Guards defeated the Solon Springs girls 68-23 Tuesday to remain undefeated in the Indianhead Conference.
Girls basketball MINONG — The Northwood girls basketball team improved to 3-2 Tuesday with a 52-26 nonconference victory over Webster. Julia Manor led the Evergreens with 32 points. She shot 13-of-18 from the field, including 3-of-3 from the 3-point line. The sophomore also led the Evergreens with 12 steals and six rebounds.
The Tiger boys defeated the Bulldogs in the NHS gym in Maple, while the NHS girls won in Chetek.
Thursday's local scores