Superior Historical Museum working to reclaim town’s history after Marshall fire

July 5, 2022
Residents of Superior’s Sagamore subdivision, on the city’s western edge, were among the first neighborhoods to report houses burning during the Dec. 30, 2021, Marshall fire, according to first responder radio traffic. Photographed on Jan. 7, 2022, the subdivision was completely destroyed.

When the Marshall fire tore through the town of Superior, it also destroyed the building that housed the town's history. Six months later, the group behind the Superior Historical Museum is working to re-open in a new location and seeking the community's help sourcing artifacts. CPR's climate and environment reporter Miguel Otarola has the story.