Two are dead in a possible murder-suicide in the Town of Round Lake Wednesday night, July 27. Read more
More than 100 years ago, lumberjacks felled timber throughout the n… Read more
Timber Wolf Alliance (TWA) will conduct a wolf ecology and conservation workshop from 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12, through 1 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 14, at Kemp University of Wisconsin Field Station near Lake Tomahawk and Minocqua.
Hayward Lakes Chapter-Muskies, Inc. Kids Fishing Day Aug. 7
HBC hosting Chippewa Flowage tourney July 31
The Hayward Piecemakers will hold its 30th anniversary Quilt Show on Friday and Saturday, July 29-30, at the Hayward Wesleyan Church on Highway 77 west, just across from the Hayward Library. Hours will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.
The Cable Natural History Museum is accepting memberships to its Wayside Wanderings Natural Play Area, an outgrowth of the museum’s mission to connect children and families to nature in the Northwoods through free play experiences that inspire wonder, discovery and responsibility.
Three artworks by area artist Sally Sorenson have been selected for inclusion in two national printmaking exhibits. The Springbrook artist creates original prints in the medium of etchings.
As I write this column, I’m about to get in line again for the glorious Georgia peaches. We enjoyed these seasonal delights when the truck was in town last month and I just have to share the delicious recipes (first two adapted from Ina Garten) I tested on my family — a perfect way to entert…
Last year on July 2, the state Legislature launched a sneak attack on Wisconsin’s open records law, effectively seeking to exempt legislators from its reach. That effort died following a huge public backlash. But some lawmakers, it’s clear, remain actively hostile to the state’s tradition of…
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.