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A group of the 12th grade students in charge of modifying the graduation day ceremonies this year gave the school board an update on their plan to split graduation day and the scholarships/awards ceremony on two separate days in order to make graduation more special and add brevity to the da…

March 13, 1937 - April 10, 2018

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The Mercer Library will host its second annual Earth Day Fair at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 21. Attendees can learn about a variety of earth-friendly topics like gardening, birding, recycling, composting, conservation, silent sports, and more. All ages can take part in hands-on activities sp…

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The Chequamegon Middle School Fine Arts Festival is set for 5 p.m., Thursday, April 26 at the Glidden Campus Gymnasium. Beginning at 5 p.m., attendees will be able to tour the student art show, and partake in a spaghetti dinner. Adults eat for $7, children under 10 can get a plate for $4, an…

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It’s April 15, 2018 and I just spent the past two hours shoveling snow. There is no braggadocio in this statement, only desperation and confusion. The entire state is under a blizzard warning in the month when supposedly “April showers bring May flowers.” Not quite sure its snow showers that…

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Despite our lingering winter weather, there are variety of waterfowl arriving on our open rivers and streams awaiting ice out on our northern lakes. Pied-billed grebes were seen feeding on the North Fork of the Flambeau River along with hooded mergansers, buffleheads, lesser scaup, and a com…