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Soldier’s solitary trek goes viral

Every Nov. 11, Sgt. Steven “Shrek” Schaefers makes a nine-mile trek from Brule to Iron River, American flag in hand.

Superior Telegram, 11/22/2013

Poplar teen fights with FACT

For three years, Tyler Maki has been fighting big tobacco. The Northwestern High School senior doesn’t have a large budget or a host of corporate lawyers. What he does have is determination.

Superior Telegram, 11/22/2013

Superior native named frigate’s last Sailor of the Year

A Superior native was honored as Sailor of the Year on the guided missile frigate USS Nicholas (FFG 47) earlier this month.

Superior Telegram, 11/19/2013

Black Friday sale takes a mew twist

Traditional Black Friday sales have been creeping backward into Thanksgiving Day, tempting shoppers into stores before their turkey dinner is cold. But a new Black Friday sale has a two-week jump on the official start of the holiday shopping season.

Superior Telegram, 11/19/2013

Zoning denies permits

A pair of conditional use permits that stirred up controversy in the towns of Summit and Parkland were denied Wednesday by the Douglas County Planning and Zoning Committee.

Superior Telegram, 11/15/2013

Superior manufacturer cited after worker’s death

The Superior manufacturing firm where a worker was killed May 21 was cited for nine safety violations by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

Superior Telegram, 11/14/2013

New business sells e-cigs downtown

Electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes, have made the leap to Superior. Ecig Crib opened Friday at 1412 Tower Ave. It is the business’ fourth store; the other three are located in the Twin Cities.

Superior Telegram, 11/12/2013

Making a difference

Following on the heels of a successful “A Night without a Home,” Harbor House Crisis Shelters plans to serve a helping of inspiration Friday. Lucinda Yates, founder and creator of “Designs by Lucinda,” shares the story of how she went from being homeless to building a multi-million dollar manufacturing business.

Superior Telegram, 11/12/2013

UWS survey focuses on community gardens

Three paths collided this fall, and the resulting synergy could boost Superior’s dose of summer green.

Superior Telegram, 11/08/2013

Solon book launch

At first glance, launching a book about doubt at a church may seem to be an odd pairing. But for Chuck Shingledecker, author of “Freedom to Doubt,” it’s a perfect fit.

Superior Telegram, 11/08/2013

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