After convening Thursday night with the St. Anthony’s Finance Council and Education Committe… Read more
With warmer weather in the forecast, the Wisconsin Department of Tr… Read more
It has been a winter of few heavy storms, mostly light snowfalls, a… Read more
The Prentice boys put together a solid game on both ends of the cou… Read more
The Prentice School Board got their first glimpse at what a renovation to their aged and inefficient school might look like at a special meeting Feb. 6.
Phillips Elementary School is one of eight schools in Wisconsin that has been nominated for the Blue Ribbon Award; an honor given to schools that achieve high levels of performance or close significant achievement gaps in the classroom. It is the first time a Phillips school has been nominat…
In the race for State School Superintendent, the candidates come down differently on the future of Wisconsin’s Common Core standards.
Sharing stories of his deep, personal battle with depression and mental illness, motivational speaker Joe Williams brought his message of suicide prevention and wellbeing to the community Feb. 9 at Chequamegon High School.
The AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary Post 50 held their 6th annual fundraiser for St. Jude Children’s Cancer Research Hospital Saturday, Jan. 28.
In addition to the usual slate of meetings and activities at the Park Falls Public Library patrons will find some extra events during the coming weeks.
The woods were filled with light and shadows. Blinding white and midnight blue painted the ground, while the breeze blew fairy crystals of snow through rough, brown trunks. Although Lois Nestel (the Museum’s first naturalist) may not have fancied my mode of travel (fat bike), she certainly w…
While depapering my office (an annual event usually coinciding with income tax prep, ugh) I came across two columns that I never used in the local paper, or if I did it was during the last century. Since my brain was taxed enough, pun fully intended, I decided to use them for my next korners…
When my wife and I rolled into Moose Jaw on Saturday, I confess that my primary intention was to get some snapshots of the Sam Klein Memorial 3-on-3 Hockey Tournament for the paper. The plan was to talk to a few folks, take in the action, and make a story out of it. A good, old third-person …
Michael and Heather Casey, Glidden, have opened a bakery in the former Cupcakes and Treasures location in the Park Mall on Division Street in downtown Park Falls.
Jason Marvin, a 2000 graduate of Park Falls High School, is the newest staff reporter for the Price County Review.