Jill M. Kozitza of Ashland is facing 45 felony charges related to embezzling from her employer while working as a bookkeeper. Kozitza, 49, is charged with one count of theft in a business setting, 20 counts of forgery, five counts of fraud/rendering income tax return and 19 counts of fraudulent writings. According to the criminal complaint, Kozitza wrote unauthorized checks to herself from her employer's accounts, forged the owner's signature and then concealed the actual payee of the check by altering the records in the employer's accounting program.
Oct. 5 Friday Bayfield: Faith Baptist Church hosts a Memorial Blood Centers drive, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., 10 S. Sixth St. Walk-ins welcome, but appointments encouraged; call 888-448-3253 or visit mbc.org. Poplar: Mission Covenant Church hosts an American Red Cross blood drive, noon to 6 p.m., 5161 S. County Road P. Lakeside: Open house for Davidson Windmill and Eskolin Log House, 3-6 p.m., junction of U.S. highways 2/53 and Wisconsin Highway 13.
Superior police detectives are investigating a robbery that occurred shortly after 5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 3, at the Family Dollar store, 104 Belknap St.
Autumn Siers, who recently surpassed 1,000 career set assists, added to her total with 20 more Tuesday night.
The Spartans got goals from Jakob Kidd, Viet Nguyen and Derrick Mattson as they improved to 4-0-1 against teams from Wisconsin.
The University of Wisconsin-Superior will hold a dedication ceremony on Indigenous People's Day.
The radios are used to communicate on emergency scenes.
Superior’s City Council adopted an ordinance that decriminalizes possession of small amounts of marijuana.
The Tiger girls finished in third place.
Former UWS runner Charles Corbett is among five athletes named to the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference Men’s Cross-Country All-Decade team.