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A freshman Republican lawmaker from northwestern Wisconsin is working to spare the state's two-year colleges from Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed cuts to the University of Wisconsin System.
Phillips Police Chief Michael Hauschild has reported two new scams that are targeting the Phillips area, warning local residents to be cautious.
Due to defective work from the contractor, Jake’s Excavating & Landscaping LLC, the City of Phillips is looking at the possibility of having to tear up brand new streets from a 2014 project or accept the work as is at a reduced price. The issue, discussed at the April 7 Committee of the …
All it took was one brave volunteer, and then all the kids wanted to kiss a walleye.
The Phillips Loggers tennis team hosted the Lakeland Union High School (LUHS) Thunderbirds Tuesday, April 14. It was another tough match for the Loggers tennis team as they dropped all seven matches.
Gov. Scott Walker on Tuesday defended his rationale for seeking budget cuts at the state Department of Natural Resources as 57 employees there got notice this week that their jobs might be eliminated.
A laundry list of repairs and replacements were discussed at the Butternut School Board meeting on March 23. District Superintendent Joe Zirngibl said that he has been compiling a list so that he could gather input from the board members about which items he should make a priority.
Despite the dire budget proposals for the Chequamegon School District discussed at the March 24 school board meeting, there were some especially bright spots highlighting students and staff.
Several words that could be used to define the lengthy discussion on the 2015-16 staffing plan for the Chequamegon School District would be excruciatingly painful.
“Rain: A Natural and Cultural History” by Cynthia Barnett
Our economy is recovering, or so they say, but that national recession/depression thumped my financial status soundly a few years back, so in 2012 when I was house hunting - 'cheap' was the operative word.
The Park Falls Herald through the years
A new website means plenty of new options, features, and an assortment of new items to try. It also can mean more questions and confusion as well.
At their March 3 meeting, members of the Phillips Planning Commission recommended a zoning change from R-1 residential to I-1 industrial at 125 and 135 Fayette Street in order to allow a planned expansion at Phillips Plating Corporation.