MADISON — Dr. Henry Gradillas of Ashland was one of four individuals and one organization that were the 2015 recipients of State Superintendent Tony Evers’ Friend of Education awards recently.
MAPLE — The School District of Maple is in the process of developing a five-year “Strategic Plan” to survey specific perceived needs and priorities for the District to help us develop a plan of action to prepare our students for the college and career goals they desire.
MINOCQUA — The Ashland Oredockers girls tennis team took second place overall in the first round of tournament play and saw five flights advance to the next round of subsectionals, earning wins at No. 1 singles, No. 2 singles, No. 3 singles, No. 1 doubles and No. 2 doubles Monday.
MINOCQUA — The Ashland Oredockers came from behind to defeat the Lakeland T-Birds 3-2 in non-conference boys soccer Monday.
The Martin Luther College Knights defeated the Northland College LumberJills 3-0 in UMAC volleyball action Saturday, winning 25-13, 25-21, 25-15.
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.
Andrea Kienlen, a Hayward resident and former Miss Wisconsin Teen International, will make a special appearance at the Apple Orchard Royalty Pageant and Kids Expo being held at Northland College from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Saturday.
Caring for a loved one – be it an aging parent, spouse or child with special needs – requires a wealth of mental, emotional, physical and spiritual energy. Those who give care need to take care.
BAYFIELD — Travelers and residents will gather at the base of Mt Ashwabay for two nights of Big Top shows Friday, and Saturday as well as a 1:00 p.m. Family Matinee Saturday, part of the Native American Community Connections.
The sunny, crisp days were blindingly bright this week even as we officially entered the autumn season with our first hard frost. I enjoy this harvest season even if it means the end of fresh-picked veggies from the garden. Apple Fest weekend is upon us and with it the arrival of the annual …
Now that Scott Walker is out of the Presidential race (after people found out that he had no real ideas, plans or details for anything he said, but did have ridiculous suggestions), we get him back in Wisconsin for another three years.