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Morgan reported that the school's new additional compensation plan was presented to all employees at the August in-service days, stating that the majority of employees seem positive about the direction they are headed. The program has been opened to employees, who are in the process of applying.
Phillips School District employees gave an update to the school board on the first month of school, concluding overall that it has been a good start to the year.
The number of elementary students per class will no longer be as important as individual student performance at Phillips Elementary School, according to information presented to the school board at their first meeting of the school year.
Locals and visitors alike are invited to come out to the 23rd annual Fall Harvest Fest in Phillips and sample the wealth of seasonal tastes, wares and music the community has to offer from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24.
The Wisconsin Concrete Park is set to host a mix of hands-on art opportunities at its annual Celebration of Arts in Action, running from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24.
The 57th annual Ogema Christmas Tree Festival, part of the larger Price County Fall Festival Tour, is set to deliver a mix of fun events centered on that needle-bearing staple crop of Wisconsin’s Northwoods Saturday, Sept. 24 in downtown Ogema.
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Stueber's Beverage Inc. in Park Falls will be recognized as the Park Falls Area Community Development Corporation's (PFACDC) 2016 choice for Business of the Year at a special ceremony beginning at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 17 at the Stueber's Beverage Inc. facility in Park Falls.
Stueber's Beverage Inc. in Park Falls was named the Park Falls Area Development Corporation's (PFADC) 2016 choice for Business of the Year.