UW-Superior Returns To In-Person Graduation Ceremonies After Two Year Absence
The University of Wisconsin-Superior is returning to in-person commencements for 2022; they're also graduating the largest group of bachelor's degrees in five years and the largest group of master's degrees in more than twenty.
SWLP Requests Rate Increases For Superior Utility Customers
Superior Water Light and Power has requested rate increases for its Superior utility customers. The request includes significant increases for natural gas and electric rates, while water rates would actually decrease.
Superior Refinery Rebuild Cost Three Times Over Original Projections + Growing
The massive project to rebuild the Superior refinery following the explosion in 2018 is expected to be finished sometime in early 2023. But the costs involved will be a lot more - much more - than originally forecasted.
Superior 4th Of July Parade Will Continue Under New Leadership
The 4th of July Parade in Superior - a staple in the Northland since the 1990's - was in danger of having no one to organize and lead the planning for 2022. A new leader taking the reigns has solidified that the popular event will go on.
Superior YMCA Celebrates Healthy Kids Day With Free Access
The Superior-Douglas County Family YMCA is celebrating Healthy Kids Day with an event that incorporates many of the main points of it's mission.
Superior Debates PTO Allowance For Employees Who COVID-Quarantine
The City of Superior is re-addressing the way that they handle COVID-necessitated quarantines by employees.
Superior Approves 25% Rebate Incentive To Attract Filmmakers To Our Region
Superior's Tourism Development Commission moved to approve a $20,000 fund that would be provided back to qualifying filmmakers who use the city for location work.
City Of Superior Releases Brush Pickup Details For 2022
Get the details about the City of Superior's annual Brush Pickup.
Superior School Raises Would Add $1 Million To The Budget
An upcoming vote by the Superior School Board would give all district employees a raise - a move that would add $1 million to the district's budget.