Achievements Bailey Patterson of Superior and Emily Pickhardt of Anoka, Minnesota, won first place for "Glass Grotto" in the annual Fashion Without Fabric student show at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.
Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College-Superior hold its 2018 commencement ceremony at 7 p.m. today at Superior Middle School. The 106-year-old college confers degrees and diplomas from the allied health, nursing, business, public safety, family and consumer services, and trade and technical divisions. WITC student ambassador and cosmetology graduate, Jennifer Stroozas, will give the ambassador address and distinguished alumna, Saranae Thimm, RN, will give the commencement address. Thimm is a graduate of the WITC-Superior nursing program.
Senior Connections received a donation from Birds Bar in South Superior for its Meals on Wheels program. As the county aging unit, Senior Connections operates the Meals on Wheels program for Douglas County residents.
The intersection of 39th Avenue East and East 18th Street will be closed to through traffic for two weeks starting Monday. The road, which closes at 7 a.m., will remain closed until about 3 p.m. June 1 to install culverts in the area, according to the Superior Public Works Department. The June 1 reopening is the earliest the intersection is likely to reopen.
Stinson Avenue between Bardon and Hill Avenues reopened at 2 p.m. Thursday.
It was a beautiful Sunday evening as the Proctor Speedway was finally able to present the opening salvo of their 2018 racing calander.
The Tiger girls were first and boys second in a Heart O’ North Conference track and field meet Thursday in Maple.
Superior (10-5) plays a doubleheader at Ashland at 4 p.m. today and then three games in the Hibbing Wood Bat Tournament this weekend.
The Eagles, 5-3 overall and 4-2 in the Indianhead Conference, have three road games this week.
Scott Nelson pitched a no-hitter as the Phillies down the Rangers 10-0 in a Superior Babe Ruth League baseball game.