Ashland residents who looked to the western skies over Chequamegon Bay Tuesday would have undoubtedly noticed billowing clouds of smoke, blowing off to the west.
University of Wisconsin System President Ray Cross said on Friday that he doubts a public authority will become a reality for the state’s university system.
The newly elected chief justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court said she'll donate a portion of her salary to a commission that provides legal assistance to people who can't afford a lawyer.
TYLER, Texas — The East Texas Pump Jacks of the Texas Collegiate Summer League (TCL) announced the hiring of head baseball coach Ernie May.
The ABC Raceway will kick off its 2015 stock car racing season with its annual Car Show and Swap Meet at FastLane Motorsports & Custom Powdercoating in Ashland Saturday.
DULUTH, Minn. — The Ashland golf team placed sixth at Wednesday’s Lake Superior Conference Meet at Lester Park.
Northland College has announced that outdoor educator Chad Dayton and architecture critic Linda Mack have joined its board of trustees.
MADISON — For the third straight year, the exceptional quality of meat products produced by Sixth Street Market of Ashland was recognized at the 76th annual convention of the Wisconsin Association of Meat Processors.
New ventures always require an element of risk, but to Lynn and Ralph Hall and Robin and Joe Belsky, it was a risk worth taking.
On Earth Day, Northland College announced its choices for the best in nature writing this past year. Three authors have been selected to receive the 2015 Sigurd F. Olson Nature Writing Award (SONWA) for adult, young adult, and children’s literature.
The Faith in Action Variety Concert, held at the Northern Great Lakes Visitors Center on Sunday, will feature a pair of musical acts in Richie Yurkovich and Polkarioty and country singer Drew Goblirsch.
When 10 strangers meet on a deserted island off the English coast they all hide terrible secrets – and they are all in mortal danger.
No one really wants to deal with this topic, but with Mother’s Day approaching and a “heroine” in the media last week, I think it is past time.
While doing some shopping on downtown Main Street, Ashland, I fell on April 28 and had X-rays April 29.