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There are two positions up for election in this year’s School District of Ashland Board of Education election.

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MADISON – An Odanah man previously convicted of robbery was sentenced Tuesday in federal court to two years in prison for felon in possessing a firearm.

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This Saturday, supporters of hospice care will take a chilly dip in Lake Superior to show their commitment to end of life services at the annual Regional Hospice Polar Plunge.

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MEQUON — Concordia University Wisconsin scored eight runs in the third inning en route to a 19-1 win over Northland College in non-conference baseball action Wednesday.

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DULUTH, Minn. — Bjorn Broman of Lakeview Christian Academy made nine 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 31 points Tuesday night to lead Team Minnesota past Team Wisconsin 110-100 in the annual Border Battle All-Star basketball game played at Romano Gym.

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St. Anne’s Catholic Church, Sanborn, won the 2015 North Star Dartball League Tournament. Team members were (front, left to right) George Mika, Ted Mika, Darren Mika, (middle) Dave Schultz, Steve Yoshikane, Mary Henke, Mary Bartol, John Henke, (back) Tom Henke, Phil Mika, Arvo Saari, Pete Mor…

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Residents and business places in the city of Ashland have been warned that an apparent phone scam involving water bills appears to be active in the Ashland area.

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According to its executive director, a restructured Ashland Area Development Corporation (AADC) is continuing to do important economic development work despite the fact that contributions from local government sources have been halved since the City of Ashland eliminated its funding to the o…

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Rural school districts are finding it difficult to keep and attract teachers as state aid cuts and challenges with the state’s funding formula stress their budgets, which comes at a time when districts may see another $127 million cut in the first year of Gov. Scott Walker's proposed budget.



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Students in the South Shore Drama Club will present their production of “Law & Order: Nursery Rhyme Unit” on Apr. 10 and April 11. Humpty Dumpty has been murdered! Find out whodunit in this “punny” one-act play featuring all of your favorite nursery rhyme characters. The event will also …

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After dedicating approximately five years of our lives to the struggle to stop the proposed “Taconite” mine in Northern Wisconsin, and keep the Penokee Hills wild, myself and many others are elated hearing that Gogebic Taconite (G-TAC) is closing their office in Hurley; they are withdrawing …