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Instead of sleeping in, volunteer firefighters from Solon Springs kicked off their Labor Day weekend by suiting up and battling flames in the Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College burn trailer Saturday, Sept. 1. "The teamwork, the camaraderie, the adrenaline, all of that stuff comes into play for this," firefighter Tom Davidson said. In 2017, the department responded to 160 calls — 29 of them fires. Training is key, Fire Chief Jonathon Brostowitz said.
Regis hair salon has been a fixture of the Mariner Mall since it opened in 1980. After 38 years of providing hair care in Superior, the business will close its doors Sept. 22. All hair care products at the store are on sale while supplies last. The salon employs eight stylists. Many are considering relocating to other Superior sites. Manager Peggy Olson said they have the option to move to the Duluth Regis location as well.
If you're a Spartan fan, chances are you'll bump into Superior's new district administrator, Amy Starzecki, soon.
Eight months after Mark Frodesen's death, the South Superior native was still making his friends smile.
Daniel J. Zimmerman Now is a great time to be a veteran in Wisconsin. When Gov. Scott Walker appointed me Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs secretary 19 months ago, he asked me to ensure that every veteran who wanted a job had one.
Fueled by a combination of federal and state housing tax credits, more than $2.5 million of renovations is slated for the Clifford Lund and Regina Hill apartments in Superior. Work at the buildings is expected to start by the end of 2018 and is slated for completion within a year.
On July 18, a neighbor reported seeing rats nesting in a car and tall grass on the property at 2623 N. 21st St.
Owner Steve Knauss said they expect to open in the iconic railroad building in January.
A town of Superior man was charged with an eighth drunken driving offense after nearly hitting a light pole with his vehicle.
Matthew Robert Lohr, 42, faces one felony count of terrorist threats -- interruption of operations.