SUPERIOR — I received various emails about undertaking a larger story about the Northwest wrestlers who created the podium at the VIAA state meet on Feb. 25. We had been lastly capable to connect this week at their historic overall performance.

Did you study that portion-time Wisconsin resident Ryan Reddington won the Iditarod?! I hope our reporters can catch up with him about the win quickly. We’ve previously written about the perform he does with regional mushers, such as Morgan Martens from Brule.

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In the 1940s, the Princess Theater was an ornate creating with a huge marquee that stretched across the sidewalk in between the Princess Sweet Shop and the style retailer.

Contributed / Douglas County Historical Society

Nearby elected officials and business enterprise leaders spoke with state Sen. Romaine Quinn, R-Cameron, on Monday, March 13 about the worth of the arts to the economy.

The group toured the Princess Theater (pictured above from the 1940s), which city leaders are operating to restore.

Election Inspector Carol Fransen prepares

Inspector of Elections Carol Fransen prepares “I Voted” stickers for voters at Northwood Technical College in Superior on Tuesday, Nov. eight, 2022.

Jed Carlson / File / Superior Telegram

I promised this final week, and thanks to the candidates and reporter Maria Lockwood, we have a preview of the April four college board election. Six men and women are competing to fill 3 seats on the board.

If you shed the hyperlink above or want to inform a pal exactly where to discover it, just pay a visit to All of our pre-election previews are on the house web page below “Have to Study”.

Children pose with their trophies

Members of the Superior Whalers swim group pose with their trophies Sunday, Feb. 19, at the Minnesota IMCA State Meet at the University of Minnesota Aquatics Center.

Contributed / Shawn Pagnucci

There is a dynasty in youth swimming, and its house is the Superior-Douglas County IMCA household.

For the third year in a row, the Superior Whalers swim group won the Minnesota IMCA State Meet. I caught up with coach Stefano Pagnucci and a couple of swimmers. As I do every single year, I have incorporated all the agates for the whalers who participated in the state meet. This suggests that the internet version of the story is pretty extended, more than three,500 words. If you do not want to scroll down till now, choose up a really hard copy at your nearest retailer.

In prep sports news, the Superior Spartans and Solon Springs Eagles boys basketball teams completed their postseasons in the sectional finals on Saturday, March 11th.

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By Jen Zettel-Vandenhouten

Jen Zettel-Vandenhouten is a regional editor for the Duluth Media Group, which oversees the Cloquet Pine Journal and the Superior Telegram.

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