Community members converged at the Ashland Bandshell on Highway 2 Wednesday evening for a ‘S… Read more
According to race officials, this year’s annual Point to La Pointe swim race could see a record number of participants.
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.
Wisconsin, the name itself emanates from the Ojibwa word meaning “where the waters gather.” We are fortunate to be surrounded by water — ground water, surface waters, wetlands, the Mississippi River and two of the Great Lakes. Our State Constitution under Article IX, Section 1 mandates that …
This past spring, some of us were shocked when a number of our region’s lakeside landmarks were destroyed. Unannounced to us, crews of tree removal experts appeared one day and began sawing down trees along Highway 13 just north of Washburn, including a handful of towering, old, and stately …