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Green, Sapik advance in Wisconsin Assembly races

SUPERIOR — Voters in 73rd District will decide between two women in November to fill an open seat in Wisconsin Assembly. Angie Sapik of Lake Nebagamon won the Republican primary Tuesday, Aug. 9, with 58% of the vote, defeating Scott Luostari of Lakeside, according to unofficial results. Sapik moves...
SUPERIOR, WI
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John “Swede” Johnson

Celebration Of Life for John “Swede” Johnson Saturday, August 20, 2022 Our Savior’s Lutheran Church 11405 S 1st St W Solon Springs, WI Service at 10:30 a.m., with a luncheon to follow. Masks optional, but recommended.
SOLON SPRINGS, WI
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RECIPE FOR SUCCESS: Draganetti’s Joanne Palzkill is State Restaurateur of the Year

Joanne Palzkill, co-owner of two popular Chippewa Valley eateries, Draganetti’s and Za 51, has spent her whole life in the hospitality business. Before her birth, her parents and older siblings had relocated from Chicago to Wisconsin’s northwoods in 1951, buying a home near Gordon and turning it into a resort and restaurant. The family still operates that business, now called the Enchanted Inn, which is about two hours north of Eau Claire. In 1961, the family opened a second business, Drag’s Restaurant and Roman Lounge, in Rice Lake.
EAU CLAIRE, WI
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Maxwell K. Weyandt

Maxwell passed away at the age of 14 years old on Wednesday, August 3, 2022. He loved his family, hanging out with his friends, having his back scratched by his mom while watching cartoons, taking saunas, tubing on the lake, and his “first” job at A&W in Iron River. Grandpa Steve, his kindred spirit, along with the rest of his family, God willing, will join him in heaven with Grandma Ginger when the time is right.
POPLAR, WI
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Library Happenings: Adventure awaits at all Superior Library locations

SUPERIOR — Superior Public Library is hiring. We’re looking for two part-time library technicians to help patrons locate and check-out materials, place holds, use the computers and more. Superior Public Library is a great place to work, and we’d love to have you on our team. Applications are due Aug. 14. Apply online at the city of Superior website.
SUPERIOR, WI
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Active shooter training at Hayward High School Aug. 16

City of Hayward Police Chief Joel Clapero announced that on Tuesday, Aug. 16, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., there will be active shooter training at Hayward High School. City police, the Sawyer County Sheriff’s Department, local emergency medical services (EMS), local fire departments, neighboring law enforcement agencies and the Wisconsin State Patrol will participate in the training. Signs will be posted stating “training areas.” “During this training exercise, the Hayward police are requesting local traffic only,” Clapero said. Any questions can be directed to the Hayward Police Department at 715-634-8961.
HAYWARD, WI
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