Superior Community News

Superior Couple has Personal Connection with New National Security Advisor

Wisconsin Hit Hard by the Flu

Good Samaritans Rescue Man from River near Oliver Bridge

Primary Elections Tuesday for Superior Mayor, Wis. Superintendent

Superior Man Sentenced to 45 Years for Child Pornography, Assault

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Superior Community Aims to Bring Local Awareness to Teen Dating Violence

Calling All Blood Donors; March Blood Drive

US Sees No Adverse Impact from Alberta Clipper Pipeline
The U.S. State Department says it found no significant negative environmental impact from Enbridge Energy Partners' plan to boost capacity of an oil pipeline that ends in Superior.

Wis. Lawmakers Now Want Year-Round Daylight Saving Time
Two Wisconsin legislators have dropped a bill to get rid of daylight saving time. Instead, they want to make it permanent year-round.

Special Report: A Mother's Fight


Special Report: A Mother's Fight Part 2

Delegates, Lobby Teams Prepare for Superior Days

Crews Battle 3rd Fire in Superior in Just Over a Day

Superior Fire Displaces Family of 6

Two people are hospitalized after a fire at the Regina Hill Apartments in Superior's East End.
2 Remain Hospitalized from Superior Apartment Fire
Superior Teen Dies in Two Harbors Crash
A bill in the Wisconsin legislature would repeal a law that prevents the school year from beginning before September.
Push On for Earlier School Start Date in Wisconsin
Proposals at the Wisconsin Capitol would create stiffer penalties for drunken driving.
New Push for Stiffer Drunken Driven Penalties in Wis.
Superior Mayoral Candidates Participate in WPR Forum
Twin Ports Climbers Come Together For Rock Climbing At UW-Superior
Superior Fire Department Trains 7th Graders on Life-Saving Techniques
Superior Gas Station Known for Deli is Closing
Wisconsin Point Dune Restoration Project Moving Forward
Five Superior High School students began their travels toward Washington D.C this week to participate in the
Superior Students to March in D.C.
The four candidates for Superior mayor spoke at a forum on Thursday night.
Candidates Talk Issues at Superior Mayoral Forum
The Lake Superior Ice Festival will be held Jan. 27 to 29 at Barker's Island in Superior.
Preparations Underway for Lake Superior Ice Festival
The American Birkebeiner ski race will not be held this year due to a lack of snow, but a ski event will still be held at the trailhead.

Birkie Canceled due to Lack of Snow, Replaced with 5K Loop

44th Annual Birkiebeiner Events Held Despite Unseasonable Weather
Birkie Organizers Keep Close Watch on Trail, Skies
Wisconsin Budget Proposal Would Move Forestry Division Up North
Calling All Blood Donors; March Blood Drive
New Wis. DNR Estimates Show Hunters Took More Deer in 2016
Both UWS and UMD already offer gender neutral bathrooms in several locations on their campuses.

Local Schools Revisit Transgender Bathroom Policy

School Board Members Get Late Notice of Franken's Visit
DEDA Expected to Reject Proposals for Kozy Bar
Red Cross, CSS Students Canvass Neighborhoods on Safe Smoke Detectors
Good Samaritans Rescue Man from River near Oliver Bridge
Proctor City Council Votes to Remove Police Chief
Giants Ridge May Transition to Private Management

IRRRB Commissioner Mark Phillips thinks a private manager is the best next step for Giant's Ridge in Biwabik.

Grand Rapids Woman Pleads Guilty to Range Murder

Nolan Talks Infrastructure With Iron Range Leaders

Rep. Rick Nolan sat down with Iron Range leaders in Hibbing Friday afternoon.

CEO of Cliffs Accepts Business of the Year Award