Superior, Wisconsin is the county seat of Douglas County in Northwestern Wisconsin, and is the second largest city in the “Twin Ports Area”, which also includes cities like Duluth, Hermantown, and Proctor across the border in Minnesota.

Superior, which was incorporated in 1854, most recently registered a population of about 27,000 people. The city is largely surrounded by water, including the St. Louis river and Nemadji River, which both are tributaries to Lake Superior.

Highway 61 Bridge Construction Begins September 15
A year-long road construction project along the North Shore is getting ready to start. Officials with the Minnesota Department of Transportation are alerting the general public that construction at Silver Creek on Highway 61 near Two Harbors will get underway on Wednesday, September 15.

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