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Former Wascott official gets jail sentence

A former Wascott town official will spend six months in jail for stealing from the taxpayers.

Superior Telegram, 11/15/2013

Family Care transition underway

Community Care of Central Wisconsin is preparing to take over long-term care in 11 counties in northern Wisconsin starting Jan. 1.

Superior Telegram, 11/15/2013

Living passionately

For a former Superior teacher and principal turned actor, it’s been a busy year — seven movies, television and the release of his first novel.

Superior Telegram, 11/15/2013

Board adopts 2014 plan

Douglas County has a plan to provide services, pay for repairs to County Highway T in Wascott and begin paying off a loan that allowed the county to reduce interest and pay off its debt to the Wisconsin Retirement System.

Superior Telegram, 10/31/2013

Ash tree removal imminent

There’s good news and bad news after the discovery of emerald ash borer in Superior in August.

Superior Telegram, 10/29/2013

City plans session to talk sewer bills

Superior property owners will see a change in their Superior Water, Light & Power bills starting next year.

Superior Telegram, 10/25/2013

Trashing the city

For Todd Campbell, a 23-year resident of Kilner Bay Drive, the Superior Municipal Forest is a place to ski, ride mountain bikes, hike in the woods, and walk or jog on the trails.

Superior Telegram, 10/25/2013

Open for business

The barricades came down and orange barrels were pushed aside. For the first time in six months, traffic flowed again Tuesday afternoon on Tower Avenue north of Belknap Street.

Superior Telegram, 10/25/2013

Tower Avenue reopens to traffic

Six months of major reconstruction is completed, detour signs are gone and Downtown Superior’s North Tower Avenue reopened this afternoon, with front-door access returning to all businesses along the avenue.

Superior Telegram, 10/22/2013

County Board approves plans to pay employees, board members

Douglas County adopted two proposals that will change the way employees and board supervisors alike are paid.

Superior Telegram, 10/22/2013

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