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Students represent Iron County at Superior Days

 

March 7, 2019

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HURLEY STUDENTS Jayme Harma, Jackie Bradley, Dayne Stuhr, Tabbi Morello and Ezra Manzer, with 4-H youth development educator Neil Klemme, take a break from this year's Superior Days trip for a photo.

By BRYAN HELLIOS

bhellios@yourdailyglobe.com

MADISON - Students from Iron, Bayfield, Ashland and Douglas counties joined together with others bringing approximately 150 collaborative voices to legislators Feb. 11-13 in Madison during the 34th annual Superior Days.

Neil Klemme, Iron County's 4-H youth development educator, said Superior Days is one of "the oldest grassroots lobbying practices" in the state.

He said the yearly event started with all of the counties touching Lake Superior joined together and presented their concerns to officials in Madison.

"A lot of the times they are not a...



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