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Prentice School District will be partnering with the school districts of Medford and Rib Lake to put on a mini conference held in Medford on Jan. 20, 2017, styled after the Wisconsin SLATE (School Leaders Advancing Technology in Education) Conference.
The Butternut School Board met Oct. 17 and began “shopping” for a new van. This was their second conversation on the purchase. At last month’s meeting the board disregarded “family” van size vehicles, deciding that the school needs a sturdier model, both to handle the rough and tumble of hau…
Audience members will be transported to the Russian Jewish community that is home to Tevye and his family – characters of the famous Fiddler on the Roof play – in a play being put on by Prentice School District students.
This Oct. 29, folks are invited to join their friends and neighbors for the second annual spine tingling two-mile event known as the Night of the Running Dead walk/run. This spooky holiday experience is sponsored by Marshfield Clinic and Flambeau Hospital.
When Rebekah Ann (Wilson) Kjetland graduated from Chequamegon High School, she never imagined that only a handful of years later, she would be producing her first big play in Minneapolis.
A local dryland dog sled racing event is growing in its second year. Hosted in Kennan on the Baum family farm, the Jump River Run dog sled race is set to kick off at 9 a.m. on Oct. 22 and 23.
“The 2,548 Wittiest Things Anybody Ever Said” is the intriguing title of a book by Robert Byrne.
Well I got my wish in spades. The sun came out, the leaves changed color, the rain began to fall, the wind began to blow and voila! Now I need to find my leaf blower and/or rake. Autumn in the great northwoods. Swishing weather. Yay! Can’t wait to walk along the woodpath and disturb a grouse…
There is nothing like a clear day in October when the trees are ablaze and the leaves are circling in delicate spirals.
The Park Falls Public Works Board agreed on a “First Right of Refusal” contract extension for business owner, Don Balczewski, at its Monday night meeting.
Stueber's Beverage Inc. in Park Falls will be recognized as the Park Falls Area Community Development Corporation's (PFACDC) 2016 choice for Business of the Year at a special ceremony beginning at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 17 at the Stueber's Beverage Inc. facility in Park Falls.