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The nationally top-ranked college continues to show impressive resu… Read more

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The Hayward Northwest Little League, represented by President Kate … Read more

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Hayward Golf Club invites all aspiring young golfers to its six-wee… Read more

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This past weekend the major league baseball season eased past the o… Read more

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The Great Divide Ranger District of the U.S. Forest Service is again inviting area young people to participate in the annual Kids Fishing Derby on Saturday, June 3, at the Lake Hayward City Beach and Park, which is located behind the Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame at the intersection of Hi…

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Fishing Has No Boundaries Inc. (FHNB Inc.) has been providing fishing equipment and experiences to people with disabilities since 1988. Since their first event on Lake Chippewa Hayward, they have supported more than 1,400 individuals across 12 states. Now, the organization is raising money t…

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The countdown has begun to the 2017 Borah Epic Saturday, June 3, which features off-road mountain bike races through the forests between Cable and Fish Hatchery Park near Hayward.

Beverly Ann Menigo, 85, died Wednesday, May 17, 2017, at Aspen…

Helen Peters, age 80, of Hayward, WI passed away on Wednesday,…

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The Hayward Piecemakers Quilt Guild’s annual Quilt Show will be held Friday and Saturday, July 28-29, at the Hayward Wesleyan Church. Daily hours will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Stop by the Cable Natural History Museum to celebrate its 50th birthday and learn about its partnerships at the exhibit open house for “Better Together — Celebrating a Natural Connection” from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 27. Refreshments will be served. Free admission all day.

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It’s time to enjoy tart, tasty rhubarb — sometimes known as the “pie plant” because of its popularity for pies, crisps and crumbles. It’s treated like a fruit, but botanically is actually a vegetable and delicious in sauces, jams, breads and desserts. It has a fair amount of vitamin A, calci…

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There is a lot of fear in the world. Probably always has been. Fear probably helped us work our way out of the caves; fear of starvation probably made us better hunters and farmers. And I admit that I have just enough fear in me that I do not jab a sleeping bear with a sharp stick, nor do I …

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