A party welcoming the National Park Service to Ashland and honoring the bipartisan work of Sen. Tammy Baldwin and Rep. Sean Duffy is scheduled from 1-4 p.m. Saturday on the historic Ore Dock.
University of Wisconsin-Superior is rolling out a new initiative that will provide seed money to faculty and staff to fund proposals aimed at recruiting and retaining students.
The director of the Government Accountability Board is defending the agency against allegations that its staff played a partisan role in the John Doe investigation of conservative groups.
The NFL’s preseason ended Thursday night with the regular season starting next week. For the Ashland Oredockers, their “preseason” ended last Friday, and they feel their “regular season” begins tonight with a trip to Medford to open Great Northern Conference play.
The 2015 Lake Superior Business and Technology Conference, to be held Friday at the Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College in Ashland, will focus on shaping the region’s future through innovation and economic development.
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.
Legendary comedian Paula Poundstone is aiming to fill the Big Top Chautauqua tent with waves of laughter Sunday in a one-of-a-kind and spontaneous performance. However, Poundstone will need a little help from the audience in order to make it a night to remember.
Family ties get stretched to the breaking point in the Joe DiPietro comedy “Over the River and Through the Woods,” yet miraculously pull back together in the most screwball ways. On stage through Sept. 6, the Sidekick Theatre production is a hilarious and heartwarming look at love through ge…
Honor the Earth’s third annual Love Water Not Oil tour kicked off on Thursday with a three-day fundraiser and celebration of Honor the Earth Executive Director Winona LaDuke’s birthday at Tom’s Burned Down Café on Madeline Island.
Our slow transition into the fall season began this week with the start of the new school year. It is a special time for my husband and I, as we observed our last “first day of school” as parents with children at home. We have had a tradition with each of our six kids of taking their picture…
Scott Walker's recent comment that "It might be legitimate to consider building a wall along the Canadian border," is just another of his bizarre statements that are leading to his demise as a presidential candidate, and to his declining support as governor here in Wisconsin. The response to…
The busiest person on the presidential campaign trail has to be Scott Walker’s campaign spokeswoman. I’m sure she gets no respite from having to walk back the stream of flip-flops and outrageous comments coming from her boss.