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Shelley Nelson


Shelley Nelson is a reporter with the Duluth Media Group since 1997, and has covered Superior and Douglas County communities and government for the Duluth News Tribune from 1999 to 2006, and the Superior Telegram since 2006. Contact her at 715-395-5022 or

The plan commission's recommendation means firearm sales could be permitted in more places and drive-thru businesses could face new restrictions in the city.
Later this summer, the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa could control the land where their ancestors were buried, disinterred and reburied.
The state Department of Health Services urges people to stay informed, test and stay home when sick.
Republican Angie Sapik of Lake Nebagamon announced her run for the open assembly seat
Superior Police Chief Nicholas Alexanders asked the city council to take action against what he feels is a 'disorderly or riotous' establishment.
The home of Brent and Ashley Fennessey has been added to the Municipal Register of Historic Places.
Tourism campaign invites Eau Claire, Twin Cities residents to "Remember Fun" in Superior and Douglas County.
In his State of the City address, the Superior mayor said focusing on people makes for a better city.
The man who could've been the 30th President of the United States, U.S. Sen. Irvine Lenroot, built the home Brent and Ashley Fennessey own in Central Park.
Mayor Jim Paine remains confident, despite challenges, that the city's Tourism Development Commission will be good for tourism.