UWS professors will host a teach-in event for the community Monday and Tuesday in the Multicultural Center, room 232, of the Old Main building.
Wednesday Duluth: Bring your antique or collectible item to the St. Louis County Heritage & Arts Center for a free appraisal noon to 3 p.m. Dan Sershon of Northland Estate Services and Denny Mager of Northern Specialty, experts in antique appraisal, will be at your service in the rotunda. Arrive no later than 2:30 p.m. to register in person. Limit two items.
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.
The city of Superior is looking for input on its comprehensive outdoor recreation plan. Tonight, residents in the 1st and 3rd Council Districts can share their ideas on how to improve outdoor recreational opportunities in the city. City officials are taking suggestions 4-6 p.m. in the cafeteria at Superior Middle School, 3626 Hammond Ave.
A Maple woman who allegedly brought two children, ages 8 and 13, with her to steal a TV, game systems, food and cards containing money from a Poplar church made an initial appearance Tuesday in Douglas County Circuit Court.
Three Spartans were selected to play in Saturday's Luke’s Boys High School All-Star Soccer Game.
The Superior Amateur Hockey Association and Superior Rink Management announced the hiring of Steven E. Nelson as its new executive director. Nelson will assume his new role effective Dec. 1.
Today Foxboro: The Superior School Forest and Superior High School Drama Department host the sixth annual Superior School Forest Fall Fair 4:30-7:30 p.m. at 2155 E. School Forest Road. Free activities include a flashlight forest walk, science experiments, storytelling, live music, a coloring contest and bonfire. Tickets sold for activities include that face painting, a book walk and games. Concessions and baked goods available for sale, including Bayfield apples, apple cider and applesauce. Saturday
Join a community of suicide loss survivors for support, information and empowerment 3-5:30 p.m. Nov. 18 in the Multicultural Center, Room 232, of Old Main at the University of Wisconsin-Superior.
For about 1-in-4 children growing up in Superior, poverty is an everyday reality — one that can diminish opportunity. "Outcomes for children growing up in poor families are very, very different today than outcomes 40 or 50 years ago," said Holly Sampson, executive director of the Duluth-Superior Area Community Foundation. "Kids 40 or 50 years ago could probably be involved in sports activities in school but today ... it's something all kids have to pay for. If you can't afford a goalie uniform for hockey, you're just not going to be able to be there anymore."