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Snowshoers celebrate St. Germain trail upgrades
ST. GERMAIN - Silent sports enthusiasts gathered in St. Germain on Saturday to celebrate a new connector loop and an expanded parking area that was added to the Fern Ridge Trail System.

Chairperson of the St. Germain Non-Motorized Trail Committee Anne Small said the scenery of the Northwoods plus the new improvements encourages people to come out and enjoy nature.

"People really like this property," said Small. "It's very pretty and in an open mature woods and it's very hilly."

Small said despite recent storms bringing more snow to the trails, it did not make her job harder.

"I came out this morning and packed down the trails," said Small. "I went around the loops a couple of times, but once it's packed down its easy."

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SUPERIOR - State regulators have approved plans for a $700 million power plant on the shores of Lake Superior despite conservationists' concerns that the facility will harm the environment.

The Wisconsin State Journal reports that the state Public Service Commission voted 2-1 on Thursday to approve a permit for the Nemadji Trail Energy Center in Superior. The plant will be jointly owned by La Crosse-based Dairyland Power Cooperative and Duluth, Minnesota-based Minnesota Power. Plans call for the plant to use natural gas to produce 625 megawatts' worth of power.Read More

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