The tools of the trade: the equipment necessary to begin building a rod.
Ron Walter (right) has been teaching students the art of rod building for decades. Now students at Chequamegon have an opportunity to learn from him.
A student starts winding the bright red threads that will decorate his rod.
This is the season of migrant birds and water just released from ice. Each week brings more wings to the area, the waters of the many wetlands drawing them north. Read the related article at pricecountydaily.com.
Pictured, front row from left: Kaysha Maier, Danielle Masterson, Hailey BeBeau, Emily Wagner, Madi Brunner, Allison Michels, and Nicole Koski; back row: Sam Belanger, Cam Pearson, Cole Bay, Kevin Koski, Brady Kielpikowski, Chanse Peth, and Joe Sylvester.
This is the season of migrant birds and water just released from ice. Each week brings more wings to the area, the water of our many wetlands drawing them north. Go to pricecountydaily.com to watch the related video.
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.
The Price County Board of Supervisors gave unanimous approval to a resolution in support of broadband access in the county at their most recent meeting Tuesday, Feb. 17.
Free tax help will be available for area residents starting Tuesday, February 3, 2015 through the American Association of Retired Persons. This service is available to low-and moderate-income taxpayers, especially those 60 and over.
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The Price County Supervisors are considering an ordinance that would open up many public roads to all-terrain vehicle (ATV) traffic. Over 60 percent of ATV-related deaths occur on roadways, despite the vast majority of ATV use being off-road.
The Park Falls Herald through the years