It's been almost a century since Native people interred on Wisconsin Point were moved to a site near St. Francis Cemetery in Superior. Tuesday, citizens can weigh in on how to commemorate the 1918 event. A gathering is planned 7-8 p.m. at the Superior Public Library to discuss the Ojibwe burial ground near St. Francis Cemetery and on Wisconsin Point.
Earth Rider Brewery is gearing up to deliver its first batch of brew this fall. Tuesday, its brewing equipment arrived, beginning the delicate process of moving the tanks into the brewery. Earth Rider's brewing operations will occupy a 16,300-square-foot facility at the base of the B Blatnik Bridge, 1617 N. Third St., Superior.
Douglas County Circuit Court July 7 Karen Sue Butcher, 45, Duluth, repeater obstructing an officer, guilty plea, 93 days jail, $443 court costs. Jennifer Alice Chatterson, 35, Duluth, disorderly conduct, guilty plea, 25 days jail, $443 court costs. Joshua Earl Lucas, 32, South Range, resisting an officer, no contest plea, three months jail, Huber work release, $443 court costs; possession of illegally-obtained prescription, no contest plea, 60 days jail, concurrent.
"This year's show promises to be the biggest one since the first year," said Hayes Scriven, executive director of the Center.
Senior Connections offers hot, nutritious meals Monday-Friday for people 60 or older. Meals are delivered to homebound individuals and served at congregate sites in Douglas County. A $4 per meal contribution is requested, but no one is denied because of inability to pay.
Douglas County Circuit Court July 6 Aaron Matthew Johnson, 18, 1319 Elm Ave., possession of a dangerous weapon by a person younger than 18, deferred judgment of conviction completed, amended to disorderly conduct, $268 fine. July 7 Frank Raymond Bixler, 55, 4917 Bay Drive, second offense in three years of operating without a license amended to an ordinance violation no valid driver's license, no contest plea, $182 fine.
Wednesday Superior: The Downtown Farmers Market runs 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the parking lot adjacent to World of Wheels Skate Center in the 1200 block of Banks Avenue. Superior: The Bong Book Club holds its annual summer picnic at 1 p.m. at the home of Ann-Marie Carlson, 2932 E. Third St. A very short business meeting takes place during the picnic. Everyone is asked to bring a salad or dessert and any food items for the grill. Call at (715) 392-7151 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has an updated webpage with detailed information on tools landowners and communities along the Lake Michigan and Lake Superior shorelines can use to address the problems of rising water levels and bluff failures.
A story on the cover of Friday's Telegram written by a student at the University of Wisconsin-Superior is fully retracted by the Telegram. The story's writer, Zach Brunner, according to the real Rachel Hahn of Eau Claire, Wis., an English teacher in Elk Mound, Wis., was a student of hers for three years; however, the details of the story appear to be a fictionalized account of Hahn that possibly included details of another Elk Mound teacher's life. The Telegram now believes the story to be a work of fiction, not genuine journalism, from a student enrolled in a journalism class.
The new site, dubbed the "Campus Cafe" is located at the UWS Yellowjacket Union in the student dining area.