The Fourth of July is here this weekend, and the Sawyer County area has many opportunities t… Read more
Wisconsin wineries would be allowed to serve hard liquor and stay open until midnight under bills introduced in the state Legislature.
Advocates pushing to change how Wisconsin draws its voting districts are hailing a U.S. Supreme Court decision allowing nonpartisan redistricting commissions.
The Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association (WBCA) has named two Hayward Hurricanes players to the WBCA All-Northwest Team. The team includes all divisions of schools.
Thursday, July 2
The Hayward Northwest Little League began their league playoffs this week.
Vote for favorite new life jacket design by July 8
Explore history Saturday, July 4, by joining a group hike on the Brule-St. Croix Portage. This pathway has been used since prehistoric times to travel between the Great Lakes and the watershed of the Mississippi River. The two-mile portage, part of the North Country National Scenic Trail, is…
The 2015 Hayward Musky Festival Run/Walk was held in cloudy, humid conditions with a temperature of about 70 degrees Sunday, June 28. The 5K run/walk drew 310 entrants, while the 10K run had 63 entrants. The event was sponsored by Timber Ford of Hayward and presented by Hidden Bay Graphics Sports.
The Stone Lake Fire Department will host a 4th of July Pancake Breakfast from 7 to 11 a.m. at the Fire Hall on the corner of Highways 70 and A on Saturday, July 4. This is a fundraiser for a new pumper truck. Donation is $7 for adults, $3 for kids 5-10 and free for those under age 5.
The Fourth of July is here this weekend, and the Sawyer County area has many opportunities to celebrate America’s freedom, watch fireworks and enjoy parades and more.
Hello, music lovers. The summer is racing by and Independence Day is upon us — that means fireworks and live bands. Remember: don’t hold onto the firecrackers and don’t stand right in front of the speakers.
“You will do foolish things, but do them with enthusiasm.” —Colette (French writer)
Last week, I wrote my ramblings about the Musky Festival and years before, and how excited I was this year to run in their (and my) first 10K.