The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is conducting a construction information meeting … Read more
Construction crews hit the ground running on the Park Falls Second … Read more
The DNR is embarking on a study, known as the Recreation Opportunit… Read more
The Chequamegon High School softball team opened Marawood North Con… Read more
Chequamegon High School will be drawing young musicians from all over Price County when it hosts the Concert Music Festival on Thursday, April 6 at 4:00 p.m. The event is sanctioned by the Wisconsin School Music Association (WSMA) and is free and open to the public.
The Tracy Lake Grouse Habitat Team was announced as a 2017 Wisconsin School Forest Award recipient Monday at a special student assembly at the Chequamegon High School.
Guests attended the Monday night open house event at the Butternut Schools and Administrator Joe Zirngibl reported to the school board that the attendance had been encouraging and that there were some new students inquiring about the open enrollment program.
Paranormal researcher and author of 21 books Chad Lewis will be appearing at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 21, at the Hawkins Area Library to give a presentation on the gangsters that once populated northern Wisconsin.
April is the month of the nationally recognized campaign for Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), and Price County organization Embrace (formerly Time-Out Shelter) will once again participate.
The organizers of the sixth annual Girls Night Out event are calling on all local Phillips businesses to register their participation before May 1.
Even through closed windows I could hear the rough quacks of wood frogs and the clear chimes of spring peepers rising from the wetland. A loon’s haunting wail echoed across the lake. Stars twinkled. No mosquitoes buzzed. And the temperature still hovered above 50 degrees. Perfect nights like…
For many years April 22 has been the day we’ve come to celebrate as Earth Day. School children and grown-ups make a special effort to clean up and spruce up, make t-shirts or banners and remind everyone if we don’t take care of this planet we will have no place to call home. Only recently I …
Good morning gentle readers, I am writing this narrative to you on Tax Day. Oh, my. It is a dark, cloudy Monday, April 17 and there are snowflakes skittering hither and yon outside my window …. well I think “dreary” just doesn’t say it all.
Michael and Heather Casey, Glidden, have opened a bakery in the former Cupcakes and Treasures location in the Park Mall on Division Street in downtown Park Falls.
Jason Marvin, a 2000 graduate of Park Falls High School, is the newest staff reporter for the Price County Review.