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Words have always attracted Preethi Muruganadan. Reading and learning are two activities Preethi is passionate about, and learning new words is a matchless combination for the Phillips Middle School sixth grader.
On Thursday, April 9, the City of Park Falls had a sanitary sewer manhole collapse on Third Avenue South, resulting in a small quantity of sewer water in the ground. Throughout the weekend, the Department of Public Works managed the issue, blocking the area off to the public.
It was four years ago, April 9, 2011.
It was a beautiful day for a hike in Fairyland. This State Natural Area is named for the “relatively undisturbed old growth hemlock hardwood forest” that forms its core. Stands of mature, second-growth hardwoods surround the hemlocks, and ephemeral ponds poke holes up to the sky through the …
The Phillips Loggers track teams traveled to Minocqua Saturday, April 11, for the T-Bird Invitational. The Logger boys placed third at the meet and the girls placed fourth.
The Phillips Loggers tennis team hosted the Ashland Oredockers Monday, April 13. The Loggers were only able to get a few practices in before the meet and ended up losing all seven matches.
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.
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One can almost feel the trembling of the spring bulbs just below the surface of the damp, cold, earth. There's a seasonal energy that I associate with many things, especially in April, when I am reminded of a single upcoming event.
In reply to statements in the Price County Review made in a letter by Charles Jennissen, MD, Iowa.
On Saturday, April 18, 2015, from 11 a.m. to 12.30 p.m., State Senator Janet Bewley and State Representative Beth Meyers will hold a listening session at the Phillips Public Library, 286 Cherry Street in Phillips, on Gov. Walker's proposed 2015-17 state budget.
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.