Superior Middle School went into a “lock hold” safety protocol at 9:40 a.m. Tuesday, May 7 to allow building staff to address a safety concern within the building.
Superior Mayor Jim Paine announced an agreement with Husky Energy refinery to protect Lake Superior during his State of the City speech Monday, April 29. Soon, Husky’s refinery will tie into Superior’s wastewater treatment facility to add another layer of treatment.
The body of a missing Superior man was recovered Sunday afternoon about a mile south of the mouth of the Middle River, which empties into Lake Superior.
A Minnesota man accused of driving while intoxicated for an 11th time waived his preliminary hearing in Douglas County Circuit Court on April 17.
Authorities are asking for the public's help to locate a 40-year-old Superior man. Anthony Puckett Sr. was reported missing Monday at 8:45 p.m. He was last seen Saturday evening, walking away from a residence in the town of Lakeside, Wis. A ground search of the immediate area is underway by members of the Douglas County Sheriff's Office, the St. Louis County Rescue Squad and volunteer firefighters from Lakeside and surrounding communities.
The Douglas County Board has adopted a pair of ordinances that prohibit the sale of tobacco and nicotine products to minors and prohibit individuals younger than 18 from possessing the products.
One person has been charged in connection with an attempted home invasion that shut down several blocks of a residential neighborhood in Superior on Monday, April 8.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers and Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes are planning a stop in Superior as they tour the state to hear from residents about the biennial budget.
A Lake Nebagamon man accused of driving drunk a ninth time waived his preliminary hearing March 20 in Douglas County Circuit Court.
A home in the village of Superior sustained about $20,000 in damages during a fire early Wednesday, March 6.