Superior Community News

Volunteers made comforters for kids in crisis during a Quiltathon in Superior on Thursday.

Volunteers Quilt for Kids in Crisis

An engineering plan to restore the Wisconsin Point dunes has been approved.

Council Approves Engineering Plan for Wis. Point Restoration

Panel Votes to Purge Cases from Wis. Online Court Database

Superior Mayoral Candidates Talk Short-Term Challenges in Forum

Virtual and Augmented Reality Helping Clients Envision LHB Designs

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Superior Sister City Holds Fundraiser to Support Anniversary Celebration

Superior Attic Fire Results in $5,000 in Damages; No Injuries

Wisconsin Schools Borrowing at Highest Level in 20 Years

Superior New Year's Shooting Victim Holds Benefit to Support Recovery; Honor Brother

Another OSHA Investigation at Fraser Shipyards


Twin Ports Gay Bar Owners Reflect on Civil Rights Movement

Community Awareness Event on Drugs and Alcohol Held in Superior

Republican Proposes Raising UW Tuition by Inflation, Income

Dog Rescued from Superior Duplex Fire, No Injuries

Superior Couple has Personal Connection with New National Security Advisor
Brett Fennessey and Jim Paine will square off on the April ballot for Superior mayor.
Fennessey, Paine Move on to Superior Mayoral General Election
Wisconsin Hit Hard by the Flu
A hole is visible where a man went through the ice on the St. Louis River near the Oliver Bridge on Wednesday afternoon. Good Samaritans are credited with rescuing him.
Good Samaritans Rescue Man from River near Oliver Bridge
Primary election voters will go to the polls in Wisconsin on Tuesday.
Primary Elections Tuesday for Superior Mayor, Wis. Superintendent
Superior Man Sentenced to 45 Years for Child Pornography, Assault
Superior Community Aims to Bring Local Awareness to Teen Dating Violence
New Brewery Coming to Superior
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.
US Sees No Adverse Impact from Alberta Clipper Pipeline
Two Wisconsin legislators have dropped a bill to get rid of daylight saving time. Instead, they want to make it permanent year-round.
Wis. Lawmakers Now Want Year-Round Daylight Saving Time
Special Report: A Mother's Fight
Special Report: A Mother's Fight Part 2
Jeff Hubbard serves chicken at Wednesday's community dinner in Hayward.

Hayward Church Serves Wednesday Meals for 20 Years

Panel Votes to Purge Cases from Wis. Online Court Database
Poll Finds No Consensus on Wisconsin Roads Funding
ATV Rider Dies Following Douglas Co. Crash
Man Apparently Drowns in Chequamegon Bay
LCO Chairman Responds to Sen. Duffy's Request for More Information
Three students watch to see if their rover successfully moves all the rocks out of the circle.

To Mars and Back: Lowell Students Experience STARBASE Program

Board of Regents Meet at UMD for First Time since 2008
Students Awarded Tool Box Grants
2017 Shipping Season is Underway
Duluth Leaders Oppose Trump's Federal Budget Proposal
Spring Dress Drive Coming Up Saturday
UMD Wins in OT to Claim NCAA West Regional, Earns Spot in NCAA Frozen Four

This will be the first trip to the NCAA Frozen Four for UMD since 2011.

Pentagon: An Al-Qaida Leader Killed in Afghanistan Airstrike

Rich Updegrove Kicks off Campaign for Duluth City Council At-Large Seat

Northlander Karen Diver Honored at Annual Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial