A new program coming to Price County will soon offer transportation to veterans throughout t… Read more
Chequamegon High School chapter of Future Business Leaders of Ameri… Read more
Effective Thursday, Feb. 11 at 12:01 a.m., Wisconsin's frozen road … Read more
Price County Veterans Service Officer Ted Harvey agrees with the ou… Read more
The annual Book Across the Bay, a unique winter sporting event, wil… Read more
The 2016 spring turkey permit drawing has ended, and 131,402 succes… Read more
Chequamegon High School in Park Falls will host a WIAA Div. 3 regio… Read more
Chequamegon High School chapter of Future Business Leaders of America hosted the Regional 1 competition for the second year in a row Saturday, Feb. 6. Before last year, the event had not been hosted in Park Falls for over two decades.
Via a special presentation led by Sensei Mike Homann and his longtime martial arts student Ryan Altman Jan. 26, students at Chequamegon High School learned practical tips for defending themselves as they move on to the next chapter of their lives.
Winners will once again have a shot at flushing the competition in the Glidden Sno-Bears’ fifth annual toilet seat races, returning to that locally famous hill on North Chippewa Road Saturday, Feb. 20.
Flambeau Home Health and Hospice’s 2016 Chili Golf Open was a success, attracting about 125 golfers ready to support the organization in its mission to serve all patients regardless of their ability to pay, according to Beth Hahn, financial manager for Flambeau Home Health and Hospice.
The Huggard family’s life was transformed when they moved from small Wisconsin town Phillips to their new home in the Netherlands.
This is an old story. A recounting of a time long ago. Of a Valentine’s Day long ago.
It can be hoped Tim McGraw will forgive me for borrowing the title of one of his songs for the title of this week’s column. As if he’ll ever see it.
I would be willing to venture that almost all occupations have their own certain “tools of the trade.” Be it masons or carpenters, farmers, teachers, medical practitioners, or even those in the culinary arts. They all have tools.
The closure of Caterpillar Inc.’s Prentice facility was announced this morning and is expected to impact 220 local positions, according to information released by the company. The transition is expected to be concluded by the end of 2016.
They are artists of a sort. Their canvasses range from interior to exterior creations and their unique medium is stone.