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Ask Solon Springs High School senior Alex Hunter to name the best part of the district's new fabrication laboratory, or fab lab, and you'll get as least four different answers.
The Superior School Board on Monday, Dec. 10, will consider a policy facilitating high school voter registration. The policy is similar to one adopted by the Eau Claire School District in September. It states that Superior High School shall offer students who will reach age 18 by the time of the next scheduled election the opportunity to register as voters. It would also allow eligible students to be excused from school to be a poll worker or poll observer.
Lily Cain entered the Change the Game design challenge with a story and a talent to create.
An attainable goal, the chance to encourage more outdoor recreation and a mix of the right people propelled Skates for Superior from idea to reality.
Lake Superior Community Health Center last week announced the hiring of three new therapists, a move that should improve local access to mental health services. "We are opening the doors for new therapy patients," said Betsy Byler, director of outpatient behavioral health and substance abuse services.
Two Superior residents are facing felony drug charges after authorities reportedly snagged 38 pounds of marijuana and hundreds of marijuana-filled vaporizer cartridges from a storage locker in Superior's Itasca neighborhood .
Call it "A Dealership Christmas" take two.
A standing-room-only crowd spilled into the hallway of Old Main on the University of Wisconsin-Superior campus Wednesday during the dedication of the William "Pope" Wright Jr. Student Center. "Oh, happy day," said Carl Crawford, a UWS alumnus. "Jim Dan Hill., Ole Haugsrud, and now, Pope Wright added to the list of names that will be forever remembered at the University of Wisconsin-Superior and memorialized by this space on campus." The renaming of the former Multicultural Center comes with a responsibility to Wright.
At first glance, Ruth House doesn't stand out. The two-bedroom home at 1901 N. 12th St. in Superior, however, is packed with promise. It opens today as a clean, safe house for the homeless, underprivileged and those coming out of addiction. From 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays, anyone who walks in the door will be provided with warmth and options. Visitors can work on their GED or meet with tutors, speak to a case manager about getting services or a treatment assessment, take a shower, wash a load of clothes and find support.
Anyone interested in entering Wisconsin's hemp industry has a few extra months to sign up. The Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection has extended the deadline to apply for industrial hemp grower and processor licenses and registrations through March 1, 2019. The original deadline was Dec. 31.