The first street to be deemed a one-way in Park Falls has raised a … Read more
Twelve-year-old JeAnn Johnson of Prentice is no stranger to adversi… Read more
Javyn Freeman rode two pins and a major decision to the 113-pound c… Read more
The Buccaneer boys eased out to a six-point lead at the half, and t… Read more
Jaden Schienebeck went 3-1 on the day to place fifth for the Chequa… Read more
At the Dec. 19 Phillips School District Board of Education meeting, a concern about the school's new Additional Compensation Plan was given voice by Marc Peterson, high school science teacher of 16 years. Peterson also sits on the Leader Communication Team, a committee that was intrinsic to …
A more in-depth look at the status of the existing structures in the Prentice School District was presented to the board of education Dec. 20. The report was given by Brad Simonson and Tim Ruppert of HSR Associates, a company contracted by the school, and is the second report of many as the …
Although the Chequamegon Schools were heading for the winter break, the district’s school board was still at work on Tuesday, Dec. 20, meeting in Glidden.
Paul Asaro, a spectacular stride pianist, brings his unique piano stylings, his stories and his songs to the stage at the Park Falls High School Auditorium on Monday, Feb. 6 under the sponsorship of the Woods and Waters Fine Arts Council. The curtain will rise and spotlight will shine on Asa…
Eisley Avaya Maki was born as the first baby of the year at 12:15 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 1, 2017 at Aspirus Birthing Center in Medford. Eisley was born to parents Candace and Casey Maki of Prentice. At birth Eisley weighed 6 pounds, 12 ounces and was 19 inches in length. She joins older brothe…
The Chequamegon High School Madrigals presented their annual Madrigal Christmas Dinner last weekend at the Park Falls Elementary School gymnasium. The gymnasium was transformed into a festive holiday hall for the event, with over 250 people attending for the beautiful sounds of the Christmas…
I drive south through a winter snowstorm that paints the world white, the momentum of the vehicle's tires creating tiny blizzards in my wake. It is a landscape in stark contrasts; graphite-sketch trees on the skyline, the horizon lost in shades of white.
Flying across the country can give one a new perspective on human nature. I recently had the chance to spend some time at several airports and had a chance to do some serious people watching.
Jason Marvin, a 2000 graduate of Park Falls High School, is the newest staff reporter for the Price County Review.
Larry and Shelli Arcand are the owners and operators of Park Falls Variety Store, located in the former Feit’s Bar and Bowling building on 2nd Avenue in downtown Park Falls. They opened the doors Nov. 23, 2016 just in time for Black Friday.