MADISON – Wisconsin's 16 million acres of forests will soon transform from bright green to vibrant seasonal hues, and travelers can use the Travel Wisconsin Fall Color Report to find the best fall color and plan their getaway. With more than 25,000 views so far, the award-winning report has …
As part of the U.S. Highway 63 reconstruction between Hayward and Springbrook, old culverts are removed and new culverts are installed this week where Bradley Brook flows beneath the highway south of Vermont Avenue.
Kids Club at Peace Lutheran Church will start Wednesday, Sept. 2, with a Meet and Greet Registration Day from 4 to 5 p.m.
Another meaningless exhibition season comes to an end this week, and just in time as far as the Green Bay Packers are concerned. The Packers apparently have been so bored with this training season most of them didn’t even show up for last week’s exhibition against Philadelphia.
Thursday, Sept. 3
Two Hayward Hurricanes girls golf alumni are playing for the Viterbo College women’s golf team this fall. At the Mount Mercy Invitational at Hunter’s Ridge Golf Course in Marion, Iowa, Aug. 29-30, sophomore Ashley Hansen shot 93-97 to place 21st, while sophomore Josie Costley shot 103-94 to …
For the month of September the LCO Community College Extension will conduct three natural history field trips open to the general public. Each of the programs is unique and unrelated to the others. The trips include:
Lakeland Family Resource Center invites everyone to participate in the annual fundraiser — the 2015 Lake Run. Partnering with Shell Lake’s Town & Country Days, a 9-mile and 5K run/walk will take place Saturday, Sept. 5 at 8 a.m. The race will start and finish at Vitality Village (260 Ind…
Fishing license sales increase
The month of September will be busy at Art Market 63, the local cooperative art gallery located just south of Cable on Highway 63.
Art Market 63 in Cable will host a Kids Scissor Cutting Class Saturday, Sept. 5, from 10 a.m. to noon.
The public is invited to visit the studios of artists Sara Balbin, Sara Qualey, Diana Randolph and Reg Behrends during the ninth annual Blue Moon Art Tour, Sept. 5 and 6 of Labor Day weekend.
Communities nationwide face the issue of cat overpopulation. Our community is no exception.
“Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage.” —Anais Nin (author, 1903-1977)
Ukuladies and a Few Lads play for AARP