WASHBURN — A celebration was held Friday here that was in part in honor of one of the town’s most influential residents.
A Drummond woman who dealt drugs in the Hayward area was sentenced July 14 to eight years in prison in Sawyer County Circuit Court.
Ashland County Aging Unit Inc., staff and board members are visiting the Senior Dining/congregate meal sites in Ashland County in July and August in an effort to encourage older members of the community, their caregivers and others to share with the ACAUI the issues and ideas most important …
PARK FALLS — The Duluth-Superior Dukes scored four runs with two outs in the top of the ninth inning to break a 6-6 tie and went on to defeat the Chequamegon Cardinals 10-6 in the first game of an Upper 13 League doubleheader on Sunday. The game went two extra frames.
The speaker of the state Assembly says a budget provision introduced last week limiting local control would allow a pipeline expansion to move forward.
Legislative drafting files show an energy firm had a hand in crafting proposed changes to the Wisconsin's eminent domain law.
The state's largest business group and Republicans on the Legislature's budget committee want to make it easier for employees to work seven days a week. But critics, including one Democratic state lawmaker, question whether it would really be voluntary.
Mark Otzelberger has always been an artist and a dreamer.
One of the northland’s most popular summer events takes place on July 17-19, as Ashland’s Bay Days Festival offers great, old-fashioned family fun with a variety of activities for all ages.
CABLE — The public is invited to attend a showing of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC)-See My Art (SMART) Commemorative Doors at the Rivers Eatery on Saturday from 3-5 p.m.
The purpose of writing this letter to the editor is to clear up some factual errors about CAFOs and to demonstrate why modern agriculture is on all the levels needed to operate on a large scale.
Science Alert reports that on a recent windy July day, Denmark's wind farms produced between 116 and 140 percent of the nation's electricity requirements, and they weren't even operating at full capacity. Germany and Norway took 80 percent of the excess, storing the surplus in hydropower sys…