A handful of Prentice community members attended the Prentice School Board meeting on Feb. 2… Read more
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Forestry Specialist Gary … Read more
The question of what retirement will bring for Thomas (Skip) Sommer… Read more
The Prentice boys capped off a successful week, winning their fourt… Read more
Sophomore Javyn Freeman of the Phillips High School wrestling team … Read more
The Buccaneer boys closed out their conference schedule in fine fas… Read more
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Forestry Specialist Gary Vander Wyst announced a $1,000 donation from the Natural Resources Foundation to the Butternut School District for the purpose of “monitoring aquatic invasive species and water quality” by Butternut students at the regular bo…
A handful of Prentice community members attended the Prentice School Board meeting on Feb. 20, the first since preliminary blueprints for a school renovation and redesign were released to the public.
It is no small matter to comprehend the many pages of the Wisconsin’s biennial budget for 2017-19, but at first blush, it appears that education is finally in line for some much-needed financial support.
Sharing stories of his deep, personal battle with depression and mental illness, motivational speaker Joe Williams brought his message of suicide prevention and wellbeing to the community Feb. 9 at Chequamegon High School.
The AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary Post 50 held their 6th annual fundraiser for St. Jude Children’s Cancer Research Hospital Saturday, Jan. 28.
In addition to the usual slate of meetings and activities at the Park Falls Public Library patrons will find some extra events during the coming weeks.
There are certain subjects that clamor to be written of. As a columnist of many years the decision is left up to me whether they be appropriate. This one won’t leave me alone.
It’s not nice to laugh at the mental infirmities of the aged. Not nice at all.
Well folks, it's here, in all its mud-splashed, sunburst, raincloud glory. With all the grace of a five-ton excavator, spring plowed its way through Wisconsin last week with temperatures that forced our winter-frozen February thermometers over the 60 degree mark.
Michael and Heather Casey, Glidden, have opened a bakery in the former Cupcakes and Treasures location in the Park Mall on Division Street in downtown Park Falls.
Jason Marvin, a 2000 graduate of Park Falls High School, is the newest staff reporter for the Price County Review.