A resolution to send a $12.6 million referendum to the spring election was passed by seven o… Read more
Several area young people took part in the Wisconsin Choral Directo… Read more
On the morning of Saturday, Jan. 20, scores of the best junior high… Read more
Several city ordinances were amended by the City of Phillips counci… Read more
Max Brunner and Justin Schienebeck placed seventh for the Chequameg… Read more
Several area young people took part in the Wisconsin Choral Directors 2018 All-State Choir Concerts Jan. 12-13 in Wausau. Dubbed as Meet in the Middle – Centered on Singing, this musical event featured over 600 students from around the state. They performed at three different sites in a vari…
On the morning of Saturday, Jan. 20, scores of the best junior high school-aged musicians from across the state will descend upon the National Band Association Wisconsin Chapter’s 34th Annual State Convention. It will be the first time many of them have met.
The Chequamegon School District is beginning the process of hiring a district administrator to succeed retiring administrator David Anderson, and the Board of Education is seeking input from staff and community members.
A Finnish Independence Day celebration will be held on Saturday, Dec. 2 at the Brantwood Community Center located on Highway 8 at Stadium Road (County D North).
The Chequamegon High School Madrigal Singers will present their 29th Annual Madrigal Christmas Dinner on Saturday, Dec. 2, and on Sunday, Dec. 3, 2017, in the Park Falls Elementary School Gymnasium. Seating for the event begins at 4 p.m., with the program kicking off at 4:30. Tickets for thi…
Veteran’s Day is a National Day of Observance set aside to honor the men and women who have served in the branches of America’s military. Those brave patriots are paid respect annually through local programs.
The title of this column is the word that describes how it is for me to shovel snow at night without thinking of my dad. Before folks in our little korner of the world were plunged into the deep freeze that sits outside my windows as I keystroke this, we received snowfall. Rain and sleet pre…
The mid-January temperatures have taken a good solid nose dive into the minus this and minus that — and my sweet terrier Ivy Claire has decided that rather than sleeping under the bed as she usually does — it would be more advantageous to curl up next to me.
Flambeau River Papers today announced the shutdown of its largest paper machine and the subsequent termination of 82 employees at its paper mill in Park Falls.
Deborah Richter was born and raised in the Park Falls area, the daughter of Jacques and Linda Stehr, and has lived here most of her life. Her career path could have taken her to a very different place. By her own choosing it did not.