Utilizing a five-team format for the first time, fifth-seeded UW-Superior (10-22 overall) and No. 4 Northland (10-23) get things going at 1 p.m.
Among the messages the curlers conveyed to the students were the importance of an active lifestyle, goal setting, pursuing opportunities that are bigger than self, and the significance of teamwork.
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.
Douglas County could soon have a new route for all-terrain vehicles to travel. The Board considers opening up a stretch of County Highway W from Iron Dale Road to State Highway 105 in Oliver when it meets May 21. The Douglas County Transportation and Infrastructure Committee approved the new route last week in the wake of approval by Oliver voters to open all village roads to ATVs. By a 2-1 margin, village voters approved a referendum to allow ATVs on all village roads.
he windows were shot out with BB guns sometime the night of May 3 or early morning of May 4.
Solon Springs fell to 3-2 overall and Indianhead Conference with a 17-4 five-inning loss to Washburn Monday.
The Tiger softball team went 1-2 in the 33rd annual Poynette Jamboree this weekend.
The ’ Jackets will play Northland College in the opening round of the UMAC tournament Thursday at Wade Stadium in Duluth.
Superior also defeated Duluth East and lost to Hudson
Yellowjacket women finished second in UMAC meet