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Another Round of Budget Cuts at UWS

UWS announced on Friday at an open forum that it will be eliminating academic programs and faculty positions to help to university save money. Four graduate programs and four undergraduate programs will be cut. The university is also severing ties with a music professor and a visual arts professor.

  • Free Bus Ride Program Aims to Decrease New Year's DWIs
 
  • UWS Considers Cutting Winter Commencement
 
  • Superior Woman Granted Last Wish Through Dream Foundation
 
  • Christmas, New Year's Affect Superior Trash Pickup


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  • Robots Ready to Build World's Largest Ice Sculpture Going up in Superior

    Superior will soon be home to the world's largest ice sculpture. Roger Hanson has already been set up on Barker's Island for nearly five weeks, and he'll be there for three more months. He's working on creating an ice sculpture that's 90 feet wide and 70 feet tall.

  • Mini Horses Teach Kids Big Lessons about Respect

    Students at Great Lakes Elementary got a visit from some miniature horses on Wednesday. A horse rescue program called the Windchill Legacy brought the horses in to teach valuable lessons about respect for animals.

  • Wis. DNR Outdoor Report: Deer Harvest Falls

    Wisconsin's 2014 nine-day gun deer season closed Sunday with preliminary harvest of 191,550 deer. This harvest was down from recent years, which wildlife officials had expected due to greatly reduced antlerless deer tags and a reduced deer herd in northern Wisconsin following two sever winters. Minnesota, Illinois and Iowa all saw similar declines this year.

  • Superior Councilors Award Contract to Explore Landfill Privatization

    The privatization of Superior's publicly-owned Moccasin Mike Landfill has been discussed for more than a year. On Tuesday, city councilors decided to further explore whether selling either the landfill or outsourcing garbage pick-up makes financial sense. 

  • Former Superior DCI Supervisor Acknowledged Selling Guns

    A newspaper is reporting that the former head of the Wisconsin Division of Criminal Investigation's Superior field office has acknowledged that he built and sold guns without a federal firearms license.

  • Group Aims to Spread the Love to Service Members Overseas

    'Tis the season to give and a group of women in northwestern Wisconsin is spreading the love to our service members overseas. They need the public's help to fill 300 boxes before Christmas.



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