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Fate of Enbridge pipelines may send more oil through Wisconsin
Duluth man dies in Wisconsin crash
US Rep. Sean Duffy supports funding for border wall but hopes to avoid government shutdown
SMS students turn Veterans Day lesson into gift
Crews clear scene of Superior elevator fire
'A League of Their Own' director Penny Marshall dead at 75
Packers place Jones (knee) on injured reserve
Solon Springs splits with South Shore
Postcard from Tempe: College hockey blooms in the desert
SPARTAN RDP: Girls hoop team splits in recent action
Sen. Shilling: Republicans need lesson in sportsmanship
Letter: ACA promotes government dependence
Slices of Life: The upside of snoring
Your Right to Know: Wisconsin lawmakers embrace secrecy, fast-tracking
Sen. Bewley: Legislators put themselves before Wisconsin residents
Grandmother for Peace seek donations of books, art supplies
DTA offers free bus rides New Year's Eve
STATE OF WISCONSIN
STATE OF WISCONSIN
Voices sought for Great Superior Sing-Along
Jazz extravaganza takes stage in UWS art center
WisDOT seeks young artists to depict aviation dreams
UWS band take audience 'Over Wild Solitude'
Google rolls out demo for Poplar teen's app
WAEA (Wisconsin Art Education Association) Art Show Recipient
William L. Lindstrom
Thomas "Mark" Fitzgerald
Dale "Bucky" Campbell
Bernice M. Erickson
Lawrence K. Rice Sr.
October 10, 2018
Rain, flooding, strong winds hammer Northland
Wind gusts of 50 mph were common across the region on Wednesday as a strong fall storm hit, causing power outages, swamped roads, large waves...
October 10, 2018 - 10:02pm
February 16, 2010
Wind power could come from other states
Madison - Prospective wind energy developers have been big cheerleaders for a plan that would require 25-percent of Wisconsin's energy to come from renewable sources by 2025. But a big piece of that energy could come from out-of-state. Brian Antonich works for Houston-based Horizon...
February 16, 2010 - 2:12pm
November 19, 2009
Wind increases on Great Lakes
The Great Lakes are getting windier. Rising water temperatures are causing winds to increase more than 10 percent since 1985. This trend won't make the Great Lakes into "hurricane alley," at least not yet. UW-Madison Oceanic Sciences Professor Ankur Desai says data from lake...
November 19, 2009 - 1:13pm
June 12, 2009
Wind turbines could be on Great Lakes in 3 years
The first wind turbine development on the Great Lakes could be built within three years or so, experts on offshore wind power said during a conference Wednesday in Milwaukee. The first project is expected to consist of three to five turbines just off the shore of Cleveland in Lake...
June 12, 2009 - 5:08pm
February 23, 2008
UWS' Symphonic Band performs Thursday
Say ole to an evening of lively music ranging from Spanish dances to a rousing march when the University of Wisconsin-Superior Symphonic Band next week presents "Sousa meets Flamenca." Held at Thorpe Langley Auditorium in Old Main, the 7:30 p.m. show Thursday has Pamela Bustos leading...
February 23, 2008 - 12:00am