Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker was in Ashland Monday, conferring with local government and … Read more
TREGO– Approximately 70 property owners and residents packed the Tr… Read more
Cleanup is continuing in the Birch Lake campground and other areas … Read more
State Senator Janet Bewley, 25th Senate District (D-Ashland) report… Read more
HBC hosting Chippewa Flowage tourney July 31
The July 11-12 rainstorm that dumped 6 to 12 inches of rain in northwest and north central Wisconsin caused much damage and resulted in road and recreation site closures in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest in Ashland, Bayfield and Sawyer counties.
The view was spectacular. Hot and sweaty, we emerged from the humid forest into brilliant sunlight on top of the world. Our toes crept toward the edge of lichen-crusted rocks and our souls soared out over the deep blue waters of Lake Superior.
Hello, music lovers. It’s been a hectic week for many, but that was then and this is now.
The Sherman & Ruth Weiss Community Library once again will host antiques appraiser Mark Moran on Friday, July 22, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the library in Hayward.
Philadelphia’s blues- and soul-drenched singer-songwriter Deb Callahan, a mainstay on the mid-Atlantic music scene since the late 1990s, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday, July 22, at the Park Center in Hayward.
I was stewing over a financial concern recently, when a sales clerk recently gave me a dollar in change. I happened to notice the little inspiring message on the back: “In God We Trust.” It’s exactly what I needed to remember.
Area residents are invited to join the Sawyer County Historical Society at their summer meeting set for 7 p.m. Thursday, July 28, at the Sherman and Ruth Weiss Community Library. Our guest speakers will be Delores Duffy Peterson, Tom Duffy Sr. and John Duffy, who will be sharing fond memori…
I lay awake in the dark as sheets of rain and a few pebbles of hail battered the windows. Wave after wave of storms moved though, each one increasing my sense of foreboding. With each successive burst of thunder and rain, I first thanked my lucky stars that the canoe trip hadn’t started a da…