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The Superior business offers car care for people who love their cars, owner Tyler Kiel said.
Colleagues reflect on the life and work of Adolph Ojard Jr., a Knife River native who dedicated much of his life to Lake Superior and Great Lakes industry.
The buoy tender breaks up ice Monday at the Superior Entry.
Signs, bongs, music, adult toys and other items from Last Place on Earth shop will be placed on the auction block.

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The C. Reiss Company is seeking to relocate from Duluth to Superior.
U.S. Coast Guard cutter Katmai Bay visited Duluth last week, but as temperatures drop regional assets remain at least a day away.
The new policies will accommodate harvesters facing new restrictions and address the spread of the fungal infection.
Even the pandemic’s grip on the economy loosens, a new challenge is cropping up for child care professionals at the new facility, and for teachers, across the region: an apparent labor shortage.
The state's unemployment rate continues to trend lower than the national average of 4.2%, but the latest figures underscore that the state's ongoing workforce challenges appear to be a lingering issue despite improving jobless numbers.
Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission says Wisconsin DNR analysis includes flaws "large and small."

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The Maria G loads at CHS in Superior on Friday.
Worker reluctance to return to jobs forces Wisconsin employers to adapt to a new labor market.
Higher production costs, uncertain commodity markets are influencing prices for meat, dairy products

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