The junior went 3-0 at 96 pounds.
The Tigers finished in first place as a team and earned the right to compete in the Division 2 Team Sectional at 6 p.m. Tuesday in Hayward.
The trial for a Duluth man facing a felony charge in connection with a fatal 2017 New Year's Day shooting in Superior remains set for Feb. 27 following a Monday hearing in Douglas County Circuit Court.
A Luck woman will spend one year and a day in federal prison for forging checks totaling nearly $400,000 from her employer to herself over a 10-year period.
Celebrate children's dental health during February. February is National Children's Dental Health Month, sponsored by the American Dental Association, Wisconsin Dental Association and Northwest District Dental Society with support from Crest and Oral B. The month-long observance brings together thousands of dedicated dental professionals, health care providers and educators to promote the benefits of good oral hygiene to children, their caregivers, teachers and the public.
The Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions joined the Federal Trade Commission in alerting consumers victimized by scammers by Western Union's money transfer system that they can file claims and potentially recoup their money. Consumers who lost funds between Jan. 1, 2004, and Jan. 19, 2017, can file claims online at FTC.gov/WU. Claims must be filed by May 31.
BestCollegeReviews.org published its annual ranking of the Top 25 Best Online Associate's Degree Programs for 2018. Lake Superior College in Duluth ranked among the nation's Top 25 Best Online Associate Degrees in cybersecurity. The rankings were based on cost — less than $20,000 — customization options and other factors.
The Wisconsin Farmers Union 87th annual State Convention kicked off with a Groundswell Conference that encouraged attendees to step up as leaders in their communities and local government. Keynote speaker Sarah van Gelder urged the crowd of 100-plus family farmers and rural advocates to consider the legacy they want to leave for future generations.
Wednesday Brule: The bi-monthly meeting of the Old Brule Heritage Society will be held at the Brule Town Hall beginning at 5:30 p.m. with a potluck supper followed by a program about the Clevedon Colony at the Mouth of the Brule River presented by Jim Pellman. Short business meeting will follow, public invited. Superior: The Superior Public Library board meets at 4 p.m. in the boardroom of the library, 1530 Tower Ave.
For those interested in becoming a beekeeper, the University of Wisconsin-Superior will hold a free Beekeeping 101 workshop 9 a.m. to noon Saturday in Room 1013 of Swenson Hall, 1610 Weeks Ave.. Designed specifically for those with no experience in beekeeping, Dr. Edward Burkett, UWS biology professor and apiary manager, will provide general knowledge that beginning beekeepers need to succeed.