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A new era has begun for the Butternut softball program. After being… Read more

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Butternut School Board members faced a hefty agenda of 25 items under new business on June 26, including the possibility of a referendum and yet waded right through to adjournment, although it took several hours to dispense with the late June business.

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Fifteen teams competed in the Ogema Horse Pull-Beef Cookout at Ogema Pioneer Park July 8, sponsored by the Price County Farm Bureau. Three classes were provided based on horse team weight and horses were weighed before the start of the event.

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Technology is wonderful and wonder is the road to wisdom. I am always the first to grumble about technology however, I am also the first to commend the newest high tech wrinkle.

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Early morning and the air is already dense with humidity, a hum of mosquitoes hovering near my ear, fingers stained with the dirt that clings to the roots of those plants I deem are weeds.

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The sun rose slowly on its long, midsummer track across the sky as we sped west on Interstate 90 in South Dakota. Lush forests, veiled by early morning humidity, fell away to cornfields with scattered, shady farmyards. At first the corn was thigh high; the ample rains and early spring allowi…

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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…

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To accommodate heavy traffic expected during the Fourth of July holiday period, construction on most Wisconsin highway projects will be suspended at noon on Friday, June 30 and will not resume until Wednesday, July 5. However, officials with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT…