Wisconsin wineries would be allowed to serve hard liquor and stay open until midnight under bills introduced in the state Legislature.
Advocates pushing to change how Wisconsin draws its voting districts are hailing a U.S. Supreme Court decision allowing nonpartisan redistricting commissions.
A resolution was presented to the Bayfield County Board at their meeting Tuesday asking for the repeal of a line item in the state budget bill that would change the standards for regulation of existing structures in the shoreland area, essentially diminishing local control.
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.
The ninth annual Oredocker Foundation Breakfast of Champions and golf scramble, held Saturday at the Chequamegon Bay Golf Club, was another successful event dedicated to supporting co-curricular activities in the School District of Ashland.
As confident as he was going into the WISSOTA Super Stock feature at the ABC Raceway, even Curt Myers couldn’t believe what he had just accomplished.
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.
During this season of fireworks, parades, and family fun, I want to encourage everyone to take some time to not only relax and enjoy the long weekend with family and friends, but also to recognize the true significance of our Fourth of July commemoration.
Something that interests some of us here in Ojibwe Country these days is the disconnect between the serious protest against the industrialized pig production project planned just west of Ashland and our local use of processed pork. For some months now, the conversation about the pig factory …