Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College is offering Traffic Safety for Point Reduction classes at the Ashland, Rice Lake, New Richmond and Superior campuses. This 12-hour class is designed for people concerned about safe, defensive driving and those in need of point reduction. Upon successful completion of this course, a person can have a three-point reduction in any point total accumulated against his or her Wisconsin driving record if they have not used this option in the past three years.
Telemarketing continues to top the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection's annual list of consumer complaints. The state agency received 4,147 telemarketing complaints last year, an increase of more than 12 percent over the 2016 total and a 62 percent increase over 2015.
Eddie Matsushima had a hat trick and Aussie Miller had three assists to lead UW-River Falls to a 4-1 victory over the University of Wisconsin-Superior men’s hockey team Thursday night at Wessman Arena. The Falcons also got 24 stops from Zach Quinn to improve to 7-15-2 overall and 1-6 in the WIAC. Ian Ecklund gave UWS a 1-0 lead 4:55 into the game.
Max Plunkett, a senior at Superior High Schools, signed a letter of intent to attend St. Cloud University and play football for the Huskies.
The evening began with the Spartan girls winning 55-48 and ended with a 70-58 victory for the East boys.
Senior Addie Young scored all three goals for the Spartans who improved to 6-17.
The Hawks’ three power-play goals came during a five-minute major penalty Superior took just 1:37 into the game.
UWS improves to 14-0 this season in league play and is a perfect 46-0 (50-0 including playoff games) against UMAC teams since joining the conference in 2015-16.
Mark Tracywick Wells, 29, of Lone Wolf, pleaded no contest Feb. 1 in Douglas County Circuit Court to misdemeanor violate unfair trade general orders.
Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College of Superior's 44th Annual Medallion Hunt begins Monday.