A new sanitary permit has been issued for septic system improvements at the Marengo Terrace … Read more
A federal change in overtime pay for certain workers is likely to impact those in the service industry the most and the Wisconsin Restaurant Association has come out against the proposal.
Wisconsin has joined a multi-state lawsuit trying to block a federal rule designed to protect small and temporary bodies of water.
Ashland Parks and Recreation and the Ashland School District are hosting the Christian Laettner Basketball Academy July 7-9 at the Ashland High School. These skills clinics are for girls and boys in grades 4-12.
The Northern Lights Soccer Conference is pleased to announce the 2015 All-Conference Girls Soccer Team, Scholar Athletes and Conference Champion. The conference selected 13 all-conference players and a coach of the year. In addition, 14 players were recognized for honorable mention and 22 p…
After yet another successful season and consecutive state tournament appearances, the Ashland High School girls soccer program continues to receive honors even in the offseason.
MINNEAPOLIS — Adams Publishing Group, LLC announced today that it has purchased the assets of LaPean Publications headquartered in Ashland.
BRENTWOOD, Tenn. – Tractor Supply Company, the largest rural lifestyle retail store chain in the United States, today announced that construction is underway on a new location in Ashland.
Advocates for the poor are worried the state Legislature will open the door to rent-to-own stores during the final stages of Wisconsin's budget debate.
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.
(Editor’s Note — Those who haven’t yet seen ‘The Edge’ may wish to view the movie before reading this column.)
This summer, Bayfield is sure to be the weekday music-scene for live music-lovers with two different weekly concert series— Concerts by the Lake and Summer (Mostly) Thursdays— starting this month.
Back in the 1970s as I grew up on a dairy farm near Mason, it seemed that the dairy industry was the future of northern Wisconsin. But in the 1980s it became harder to make a living on a dairy farm and since then the number of dairy farms has fallen dramatically. In this area, farm land has …
Last week I was able to share some good news with the announcement that federal funds are coming home for a key airport in our region. Unfortunately, the news from Madison this week is bad. The Department of Public Instruction released estimates of general aid for school districts for the up…