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The Phillips Forestry Department, with help from Mr. Olson’s High School Class, will be placing green ribbons to identify ash trees in Phillips this spring. The purpose is to make citizens aware of the location of ash trees on city property.

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The first Chequamegon School Board meeting in the spring is traditionally the time to elect members to administrative positions and get the board organized for the upcoming year. Such was the case with the April 28 meeting.

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Nominations are being sought for the 63rd Annual Flambeau Rama Parade Marshal. This honor is created each year to give tribute to an individual who has shown support for the community. There are some very prestigious names among past recipients, and The Park Falls Area Chamber of Commerce - …

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With spring just around the corner, puppies and kittens are sure to follow. Finding homes for these pets is not always easy, however, and some of those pets need a leg up finding the right home. In these cases, Catkins Animal Rescue has become a good choice for pet owners in the area.

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Glidden resident Pauline Liske is a lifelong entrepreneur, and her new business – What's Brewin' Coffee Shop – is right in line with what she likes to do. Located in the entrance of the Sears Hometown store in Park Falls, Liske's little coffee kiosk welcomes people into the building with the…

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The late Mr. Leo Heikkinen has been selected as recipient of the 2015 Price County Economic Development Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Heikkinen will be recognized at a special award ceremony May 20 in Phillips at the Northcentral Technical College campus, beginning at 6:30 p.m. T…