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It is sometimes difficult for instructors to get through to their students.
The Second Annual Phillips High School Pep Band Alumni night is slated for Friday, Dec. 8, when the Prentice Buccaneers boys basketball squad visits to take on the Loggers.
Enrollment numbers were reported to the Phillips School Board at their Sept. 18 meeting, with 246 high schoolers, 166 middle schoolers, and 369 elementary students so far this year. Additionally, there are four foreign exchange students from Italy, Mexico, South Korea, and Czech Republic.
Despite the fact it was a sunny 60-degree day, Ogema gave folks a taste of the holiday season with their 58th Christmas Tree Festival on Sept. 30 — a celebration of the products produced by local tree growers.
Despite a limited timeframe to plan everything, the inaugural Park Falls Fall Festival went off without a hitch, and had a good turnout besides.
The digital sign at Heritage Credit Union in Phillips read 89 degrees Saturday afternoon, but the unseasonably warm weather did not seem to deter the crowds from turning out at the 24th Annual Phillips Fall Harvest Festival.
“Another season has flown,” wrote Lois Nestel, the Museum’s founding naturalist and director, more than three decades ago. “We watched its passage in the flight of warblers appearing from nowhere to feed and move like phantoms, ever southward. We saw it in the gathering of flocks of restless…
My mother should perhaps have named me Sar, short for sarcastic. Case in point. My daughter sent me a text letting me know that singer Tom Petty had passed away. My response. Heartbreaking. (If you don’t get that joke you are way too young.)
Well, folks, your old pal Jason is turning 35 today, and since that is such a nice, round number, it got me thinking about its significance. Funny how numbers do that.
Times have indeed changed since the Park Manor facility opened in 1974, and as the times evolved, so, too, did the needs of its residents. Today, Park Manor has stepped up to better meet those needs, as residents moved into the new Rivers Edge expansion in late July.
Psychiatrist Dr. Dustin Dippen will join Marshfield Clinic Minocqua and Park Falls Centers in mid-July. He joins fellow psychiatrist Dr. Dean Vaughn, and licensed clinical social workers Tiffany Cummings, Michael Megna, and Gayle Ann Wilcox, providing mental health therapy and counseling for…