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Old world Christmas charm

The weather over the last few days is making its mark on a new tradition in Superior, but it’s not going to defeat it.

Superior Telegram, 12/06/2013

Council extends recycling contract

For the next five years, Hartel’s/DBJ Disposal will continue to do what it has done since 2009 in Superior — collect the city’s residential recycling. The Superior City Council in a 7-3 vote opted to extend the contract for recycling services in the city.

Superior Telegram, 12/06/2013

Businesses join under mistletoe

Noreen Peterson is bringing a little color into the world and recycling at the same time.

Superior Telegram, 11/29/2013

Downtown parking gets attention with Tower complete

For many years, the pink house in the 1200 block of Banks Avenue stood alone amidst parking lots that served downtown businesses.

Superior Telegram, 11/26/2013

County opposes legislation said to take away local authority

The entire Douglas County Board is adding its voice to the chorus of towns and counties standing in opposition to a legislative proposal that would take control of nonmetallic mining out of the hands of local officials. Douglas County adopted a resolution opposing Senate Bill 349, introduced by Sen. Thomas Tiffany, R-Hazelhurst.

Superior Telegram, 11/25/2013

Cost too high for quiet

With no money tree to shake out millions of dollars for railroad-highway crossing improvements, Superior residents are going to have to live with the sound of train horns in many neighborhoods in the city.

Superior Telegram, 11/22/2013

Council works toward housing regulation

Superior’s City Council adopted recommendations to further explore its options to improve rental housing in the city. A standing committee will be created to explore those options.

Superior Telegram, 11/21/2013

... and reduces costs for timely renewals

Building contractors can begin getting their licenses for less in Superior.

Superior Telegram, 11/21/2013

Ex-Wascott town official sentenced for misconduct

In May 2008, Janice Newsome of Wascott started looking into the way her town government operated.

Superior Telegram, 11/19/2013

Administration briefs council on challenges

The city of Superior is facing challenges — staff retention, loss prevention, the high cost of building infrastructure and maintaining assets on a budget that basically covers the cost of providing basic services and the challenge of raising revenue to achieve goals in an environment where higher taxes and new fees are not an option.

Superior Telegram, 11/19/2013

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