09/17/2020 06:00 PM
A drive thru job fair in the Superior offered to help connect employers with potential employees ran by the Northwest Wisconsin Workforce Investment Board.
A 21-year-old man died as a result of an industrial accident in Superior's South End on Tuesday morning. Police said Wednesday that he was working on a dump truck when it rolled over him.
The Memorial Blood Center based spread the word that they are in immediate need for donations as hospitals are running low on blood. The hardest hit blood type in need of donations are Type O blood.
On Monday, Mayor Jim Paine of Superior presented three proposals that he will then give to Superior’s City Council during their meeting on Tuesday.
As classes resume for local colleges and universities, some international students in the Northland won’t be on campus this fall due to U.S. travel restrictions.
Colleges and universities in the Northland have spent the summer working tirelessly on measures to protect everyone on campus from the coronavirus by implementing new health and safety measures.
Muscle cars went cruising for cash in Superior on Thursday night!
Wisconsin wildlife officials estimate the number of wolves in the state has increased by about 13% from last year. The agency believes that based on modeling the wolf population is 1,195 wolves.
We are now just one week away from the Twin Ports Virtual Coastal Cleanup that will be held next Saturday, and the City of Duluth is encouraging the public to mark their calendars.