Superior’s Hammond Avenue Set For Reconstruction 2023 + 2024
A main artery road in the city of Superior is on track to see a major reconstruction project.
St. Luke’s To Require COVID-19 Vaccine Proof Or Negative Test For All Visitors
St. Luke's has updated their visitor policy to require proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative PCR test within 72 hours.
Superior Days Lobbying Effort Returns To Madison For 2022
Superior Days - the annual lobbying effort by Northwestern Wisconsin business and community leaders - is making a comeback after a two-year pandemic-related absence.
Wisconsin Extends Drivers License Renewals For 60-Plus
The State of Wisconsin has extended the renewal deadline for people age 60-plus in an effort to reduce their elevated health risks during the current Omicron-inspired COVID-19 spike of cases.
Superior Announces Martin Luther King Holiday Garbage Schedule
The upcoming Martin Luther King holiday will bring changes to the garbage collection schedule for property owners in the City of Superior.
Hometown Success: Superior Native Grows Business & Moves Into North End
Zach started his small business as a side gig out of his Chevy Impala. Now just a few years later his business is expanding and finds a new home in Superior's North End.
Superior School District Reverts Policy Back To Masks
It's back to 'masks required' for the Superior School District. The reinstated requirement will apply to all staff, students, and visitors - who will have to wear a mask when they are inside of a building that the Superior School District oversees.
Duluth Area Public Health Departments ‘Launch Project Blue Light’ To Thank Frontline Workers
The Public Health staff from eleven county and tribal public health departments have once again partnered on Project Blue Light - a way to honor frontline workers who have been working to keep communities safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Wisconsin’s Tommy Thompson Resigns Role As President of UW-System
It won't be official until March 18, but Interim Tommy Thompson is resigning his position as Interim President of the UW-System.
Douglas County Back-Steps On Retention Bonus Commitment
Before it could even go before the Douglas County Board for an approval vote, the Administration Committee made a change to the plan to make staff re-pay a retention bonus back if they left employment.
WI Hospital's Urge People Not To Visit ER For COVID-Tests
If you're in need of a quick COVID-19 test, the Wisconsin Hospital Association urges you to look somewhere other than your local emergency room.
Douglas County To Cooperate For Emergency Transportation Needs
A long standing, loosely-defined verbal agreement is about to get some definition.