WISCONSIN NEWS ROUNDUP: The last snowpile has melted away in northwest Wisconsin
The final evidence of an extremely snowy winter has just now disappeared in northwest Wisconsin. The Superior-Douglas County Chamber of Commerce ran a contest in which folks were invited to guess when the final remnants of snow would melt away. They called it the "Snowpocalypse" contest. The judges ruled that the final snow disappeared Monday from the huge pile of snow that was removed from the city streets during the winter. Gerry Olson of Superior guessed the correct date.