Did you know Iron County has the third largest county forest in Wisconsin and in 2014 it brought $2.3 million into the County general fund?
It’s Memorial Day weekend, the time of year when many of us kick back, contemplate the beautiful sunset and enjoy a few cold beverages.
It was announced Friday that Ashland senior Zach Whiting has earned a berth in the WIAA Division 2 state tennis tournament next week in Madison.
COLFAX — Chequamegon’s Kevin Koski and Mercer’s Sydney Thompson each won two events at Friday’s WIAA Division 3 Colfax Sectional track and field meet.
AMERY — The Ashland Oredockers will send three track and field athletes to state following Friday’s WIAA Division 2 Amery Sectional.
Detailed numbers released on Thursday show Wisconsin added 129,131 private-sector jobs during Gov. Scott Walker's first term, leaving Walker well shy of the 250,000 jobs he promised.
The Legislature's budget committee approved a host of changes to Gov. Scott Walker's floundering job creation agency Thursday, including dramatically reducing its reserves and eliminating a proposed $55 million in grants to fund regional loans.
CABLE — The Forest Lodge Library, founded in 1925, will be celebrating its 90th year of service to its community with several upcoming events.
The Northwoods Community Credit Union is welcoming the summer season today with a grill-out as a fundraiser for The BRICK Ministries’ Make A Difference Fund.
Ryan Brady “got into birds” during his high school years and later developed that passion when he attended Northland College. Since then, Brady has been doing a variety of work on bird conservation, including monitoring and surveys of birds as a research scientist for the Wisconsin Departmen…
Early this month, we had our annual reminder that atmospheric carbon dioxide levels climbed last year. Humanity continues burning fossil fuels and destroying forests. Climate warming continues as greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide and methane continue to accumulate in the atmosphere.
Cancer is an epidemic, yet we continue to look for a cure while ignoring the causes. The world has become so contaminated by an endless list of toxins and pollutants that have been building up in our bodies and causing cancer and many other illnesses.
What a beautiful few days we have had. Now that the rains have ceased, our late spring evenings have been exquisite with lilac-scented breezes, delightful glassy sunsets and foliage and flowers bursting in air. I thank my lucky stars to live in such a beautiful place as this.