Residents of the several towns, villages, and cities of Price County will once again head to… Read more
The exact number is hard to ascertain, but statistics in recent yea… Read more
Five Buccaneer boys hit for double digits, and they used this balan… Read more
Maintenance issues headed the agenda for the Butternut School Board Nov. 27, and it was noted that the comfort control and digital control project is being worked on.
A open house presentation of the Chequamegon High School Fabrications Laboratory, commonly known as a Fab Lab, was held last month with the intention of showcasing the lab’s capabilities as they relate to training and services for local businesses.
What do plastic drinking cups, straws, connectors, and pieces of cardboard have in common?
A Finnish Independence Day celebration will be held on Saturday, Dec. 2 at the Brantwood Community Center located on Highway 8 at Stadium Road (County D North).
The Chequamegon High School Madrigal Singers will present their 29th Annual Madrigal Christmas Dinner on Saturday, Dec. 2, and on Sunday, Dec. 3, 2017, in the Park Falls Elementary School Gymnasium. Seating for the event begins at 4 p.m., with the program kicking off at 4:30. Tickets for thi…
Veteran’s Day is a National Day of Observance set aside to honor the men and women who have served in the branches of America’s military. Those brave patriots are paid respect annually through local programs.
The tunnel of shady conifers felt bitterly cold as I huffed uphill on my fatbike. Our wide tires crackled and popped over brittle leaf litter, sticks, and ice columns pushing up through once-damp soil. Sunshine beckoned up ahead, though, and as I burst into the open field at the top of the h…
It came to me unwanted and unexpected via someone else’s cruising on the internet. It seems the Christmas lights we hang on the eaves of our house and garage each season are now considered “vintage.” It’s a lovely word really but for someone of my age it doesn’t scream fine wine, or lace cur…
One of the best ways to enjoy the wonderful world of nature is by hunting with a camera. The joy comes into focus while driving or walking slowly and quietly through fields and woods to absorb and capture a photo of anything of interest, plant, animal, or scenery, and sharing that experience…
Deborah Richter was born and raised in the Park Falls area, the daughter of Jacques and Linda Stehr, and has lived here most of her life. Her career path could have taken her to a very different place. By her own choosing it did not.
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.