Chequamegon School District officials clarified this week the use of a seclusion room at the… Read more
Local singers are invited to participate in the annual fall concert… Read more
Three top-11 finishers led the Butternut High School boys' cross co… Read more
Work continues right on track at Prentice School District, with the construction crew prepared to lay the foundation as soon as October.
Chequamegon School District officials clarified this week the use of a seclusion room at the Park Falls Elementary School following public complaints by some parents.
Homecoming is being celebrated this week at Chequamegon High School, with ongoing events running Monday through Friday night. While students have been busy dressing up in wacky outfits and decorating the walls of the school, the biggest events are yet to come Thursday and Friday.
The Price County Retired Educator's Association (PCREA) will take time for a fall ride in the beautiful Northwoods, while traveling to Chelsea and Medford for the Wednesday, Sept. 12 meeting. Carpooling for the trip will begin at 9 a.m., when members will meet at the Fifield Old Town Hall Mu…
It’s 10:15 a.m. on a Wednesday morning and the children’s department of the Phillips Public Library is busy. Caretakers are distracting kids with puppets and Thomas the Train while they wait for the main event: story time. Soon “Miss Jo” will gather everyone into the story pit and take a sea…
In a move not seen in recent history, board members of the Park Falls Area Chamber of Commerce held an open house, round-table discussion with the public to discuss what worked, and what didn’t at the 66th annual Flambeau Rama.
A handful of hours that no one else had laid claim on; not enough to go for a hike or set off in a kayak, so instead I found myself wandering down my own driveway with no plan other than to spend some time outdoors.
There was something in the quality of the light that glowed on the green slopes of Mount Fairplay. For one, it was evening light, which is something that’s been rare in the land of the midnight sun. That, plus the clean scent of fresh pine boards in the latrine, and the fact that it wasn’t r…
If there is one place where “one size fits all” does not apply, it is healthcare.
After a long wait, Prentice residents will once again have local access to fresh food and supplies when the Prentice Market & Deli opens its doors for the first time at 7:30 a.m. on Friday, June 15.