The Lac Courte Oreilles tribe is trying a unique way to help the Bad River tribe stop the proposed iron ore mine in the Penokees. They’re gathering wild onions and mushrooms. The new LCO Harvest Camp is set in the backwoods of Iron County, right in the middle of the proposed mine.
One by one, Carolyn Hanson and Dan Nichols are rebuilding their cookbook collection. Last year, all theirs — more than 1,000 — were lost when four feet of water filled their basement during the June 20 flood.
The University of Wisconsin-Superior was awash with floodwaters one year ago Thursday.
Math may be Alexandra “Lexie” Thompson’s favorite class, but not for the facts or figures. It’s because of the planes. The windows of the Superior Middle school classroom look out on the Superior Airport. If she’s lucky, Lexie said, she’ll see one taking off or landing.
Youth Baseball Roundup - June 18
Area Golf - June 18
Lance and Billy take another trip ‘Around the Area’
Red finish third in Land of the Loon Tournament