Due to the smell of natural gas, high school and middle school classes have been canceled.
Superior voters were given the opportunity to meet and listen to the 4 mayoral candidates Thursday night. Nearly 100 people packed the large meeting room in the Superior Public Library to find out how each of the candidates stood on issues ranging from the City's budget to previous political experience.
Elina Johnson was proud to be known as "Mrs. Cedar Valley" for the column she wrote almost every week for 78 years. That column has come to an end as Johnson passed away at 95 almost two weeks ago. Her family remembers her as artistic, worldly and full of love.
Live music and artwork was on display at the Duluth City Hall for a reception. City Council endorsed the Creative Watershed, which has been in the works for a few years. It's intended to guide the future vision and collaborative efforts of the arts commission.