Showtimes are 7 p.m. today, 2 and 7 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday.
The Superior Police Department held its annual awards and swearing-in ceremony Thursday in the Government Center.
Senior Connections, as the designated Douglas County aging unit, is working on the three-year "Aging Unit Plan" that guides its operation. Areas of emphasis include advocacy related activities; the elder nutrition program (congregate and Meals on Wheels); services in support of caregivers; services to people with dementia; and healthy aging. As the planning begins, Senior Connections is looking for public input concerning what services or programs are most important to them, and programs people would like to see offered.
Gov. Scott Walker is traveling the state this week highlighting Wisconsin's booming tourism industry. "Popular tourist attractions like the Harley-Davidson Museum continue to be a key part of our state economy," Walker said while there Wednesday. "Whether you're looking to hit the road with fellow Harley-Davidson riders, explore one of our beautiful state parks or visit one of our many family-friendly attractions, Wisconsin offers something for every kind of traveler."
Discover Wisconsin, the state's leading media brand and nation's longest-running tourism TV show, is celebrating a major milestone: The iconic program will air its 500th episode on May 19 with the premiere of "Platteville — Where Roots Run Deep." Currently in its 31st production season, Discover Wisconsin was launched in 1987 by Dick Rose with one episode airing in the Wausau market. Today, the program airs every weekend in eight states across the Midwest — reaching more than 11.5 million homes.
High Honors Signe Branham, senior; Elizabeth Kobie, Rylee Nicoletti, Morgan Rock, Sophia Winge, juniors; Natalie Knaack, Taylor Nicoletti, freshmen; Lesley Greene, Kyla Smith, Leila Tuura, eighth grade; Caden Lafontaine, Isabella, Lilian Truchon, seventh grade; Peyton Jardine, Paige Lahti, Gracelyn Lovejoy, Emily Montgomery, Kiley Mueller, Jareth Nabak, Faith Whitmore-Langley, sixth grade. Honor Roll
City of Superior Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department hosts a public meeting 6-7 p.m. Thursday, May 10 to hear from the community, people's thoughts about the city's playground program.
The Twin Ports Walleye Association hosts its sixth annual walleye fishing tournament May 19-20 on the St. Louis River. The tournament starts and culminates at Rice's Point public boat access located on Garfield Avenue under the Blatnik Bridge. The field of 60 boats with 120 anglers has already started to fill. The tournament entry fee is $100/boat. Participants must be members of the TPWA. Membership information is available online at twinportswalleye.com.
Saturday Duluth: Spirit of the Lake Community School hosts May Faire Festival, an outdoor festival for young and old, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Peace Church, 1111 N. 11th Ave. E. Duluth: Grandmothers for Peace annual meeting and potluck lunch runs 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the upper level of Peace Church, 1111 N. 11th Ave. E. John LaForge of Nukewatch talks about "U.S. Defies Nuclear Weapons Treaty Ban with Build-up." Annual dues are due.
Girls soccer and boys golf teams were also in action