The professor, artist and mentor to a countless number of students at UWS died July 22, 2015.
The Port Wing native led the team in points, rebounds, assists and blocks in Iowa’s season-opening win against Oral Roberts on Friday, Nov. 9.
The 2018 Superior Telegram All-Area Volleyball Team is dominated by four seniors from Superior High School, which enjoyed a record of 24-11 and won its first WIAA playoff game since 2011 with a sweep of New Richmond. At the top of the list are Spartans’ Caleigh Jensen and Hannah Hughes, who are both three-time members of the Telegram squad.
The 3-year-old buck was purchased from a Portage County breeding farm.
With the upcoming deer hunting season, hunters and rural landowners should be aware of Wisconsin's trespass law. According to the law, hunters must obtain written or verbal permission to hunt on someone's land.
The University of Wisconsin-Superior men's basketball team went 1-1 in its own season-opening Merrill Thompson Tip-Off Classic over the weekend at Mertz Mortorelli Gymnasium. After the 79-63 win over Finlandia on Friday, Nov. 9, the Yellowjackets lost to Lawrence 74-62 on Saturday, Nov. 10. UW-Stout went 2-0 in the tournament with wins over Lawrence (79-74 OT) and Finlandia (84-65). In Superior's win Friday, Montroy Scott scored 26 points, grabbed 16 rebounds and dished off six assists to lead UWS.
St. Luke's Jacie and Bryan Maslowski of Poplar, a boy, Finn Thomas, Sept. 10, one other child, Kade, 2. Taryn and Zachary Erickson of Duluth, a boy, Lincoln Meyers, Oct. 10, two other children, Owen, 13, Camden, 2. Essentia Health - St. Mary's Tamra and Michael Milchesky of Superior, a girl, Evalina Mae, Oct. 18.
Nov. 16 Friday Superior: Moose Lodge 606 fish fry dinner, 4:30-6:30 p.m., Moose Lodge, 66 E. Fifth St. Takeout orders available by calling 715-394-5421. Nov. 17 Saturday Lake Nebagamon: Kids in Nebagamon Holiday Craft Fair, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Lake Nebagamon Auditorium, 11596 E. Waterfront Drive. Vendors will sell quilts, jewelry, candles, photography, baked goods, primitive art, American Girl doll clothes, Christmas decor, metal art created by Tiger Manufacturing students and more. NHS choir will sell food and beverages. Free admission.
The Iron River Area Chamber of Commerce is sprinting into the first Northern Pines Sled Dog Race with help from a $3,900 Joint Effort Marketing (JEM) grant from the Wisconsin Department of Tourism. The new event, which aims to showcase Northern Wisconsin's natural beauty and recreation opportunities, will feature three sled dog races, with sprint lengths of 4.8, 8.4, 12.5 and 16.2 miles. Northern Pines Sled Dog Race will take place Feb. 16 at Northern Pines Golf Course and Event Center in Iron River.
Concordia-St. Paul (2-1) used a 35-8 mid-game run to pull away from the University of Wisconsin-Superior (0-1) for a 95-58 non-conference win on Tuesday, Nov. 13, at Gangelhoff Center.