Wildlife watchers are invited to record all the white-tailed deer spotted for the next two m… Read more
A proposal that critics say could spell doom for taprooms in Wiscon… Read more
The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest is now accepting public com… Read more
For 21-year-old Pierce Pluemer of Phillips, hockey has taught him m… Read more
The hallways and classrooms might be slower and quieter in June and July, but the business office of the Chequamegon School District is even busier than usual.
The results of a year-long study of Phillips School District reveal that while it does many things well, there are ways it could better serve all factions of the community.
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.
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.
The Price County Antique Association, Ltd. (PCAA) has expanded their 9th Annual Antique & Tractor Expo to two days this year. The expo will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on both Saturday, July 15 and Sunday, July 16 at the Price County Fairgrounds, one mile east on County Road H, Phillips. N…
Due to a lack of participants in the Miss Flambeau Rama Queen pageant, the Park Falls Area Chamber of Commerce has canceled the event for this year’s Flambeau Rama, and instead will offer a “Pooch Pageant.”
On a recent camping trip, I was reminded of how lovely it is to be outdoors after dark. The sights, the smells, and the sounds are of an entirely different quality than what you find under the sun’s bright rays. Lois Nestel, the Museum’s founding naturalist and director, thought so to. Here,…
Golden-winged warblers are in trouble. It has suffered one of the steepest population declines of any songbird species in the past 45 years. Why is that important to us? Because an estimated 64 percent of the population breeds in northern Wisconsin and Minnesota.
We all have expectations. We expect that if we put seed in soil something will grow. We expect that if we lay our heads on the pillow we will fall asleep. We expect to turn on the faucet and have water flow forth. We expect June, July and August to give us warm, even hot, temperatures.
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…
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…