By Jana Hollingsworth, The Daily Telegram, Superior, Wis. Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
Feb. 1--Superior residents were shown a glimpse Monday night of how the state budget could place some beloved school programs on the chopping block.
And they also learned how they may be paying for it.
More than 50 people attended the informational meeting at Superior Senior High School organized by Douglas County, Superior and the Superior School District. Civic leaders came together to explain state funding and its impact on county, city and school services and programs, and how the budgets are intertwined.
"Cuts have become almost an annual ritual for schools all over the state," said Jack Norman, of the …