The Ashland County Agricultural Ordinance Advisory Group learned ab… Read more
Bad River Tribal chairman Robert Blanchard has told members of cong… Read more
Four Republicans in the U.S. Senate say they won't vote for the hea… Read more
For the first time since the spring of 1974, Ashland will be without a Gary LaPean-owned printing/publication business, as the Ashland businessman has sold his Printing Plus/Screenline business to Heart Graphics of Ashland for an undisclosed amount.
MINNEAPOLIS — The Eau Claire Press Company, a fourth-generation and fifth-generation family-owned media company with a daily newspaper, a weekly agricultural newspaper, a shopper product, a commercial printing division, digital and marketing services is being sold according to John Cribb, Cr…
It’s out with the old and in with the new for Northwoods Vac and Cleaning Supplies, LLC. As of May 1 they have officially moved into their new building located at 1900 Ellis Ave just down and across from Northland College.
For the past 30 years, Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua has been home to summer magic on a Bayfield hillside. Big Top will be starting off its 31st year June 16 with its annual New First Night show featuring the talents of Big Top's unforgettable house band, the Blue Canvas Orchestra. This y…
BUTTERNUT – As a child, there are many new experiences. A visit to the doctor’s office, the first day of school, a trip to the dentist or even a visit to the zoo can be new and exciting or sometimes even a little on the scary side.
Chequamegon Bay theater-goers will have the opportunity to see the world premier of “Vermilion,”a new work by Howard Dallin of La Pointe. The satirical comedy, playing May 3-7 at StageNorth, Washburn, is part of the StageNorth Groundlings 2017 season.
While the political circus of the Trump administration goes on, the American Health Care Act is stealthily making its way through the Senate, with the Republican leadership promising to have a vote before the July 4th recess. There have been no hearings, no committee meetings, and there is n…
Summer time and the livin’ is easy. Happy summer, everyone. It’s the lush season, when the gardens are bursting with color and fresh vegetables; time for road construction, sunburn, long days of sunlight, and mosquitoes.
You bet it’s “infuriating!” That word was used by Mayor Lewis as she tried to explain the settling problems that have shown up all along west 6th Street after its reconstruction last year!