The connections between Wisconsin’s abundant water and people’s health were explored by a sp… Read more
The Sawyer County Housing Authority will have its regular monthly board meeting at 1 p.m. Tuesday, July 7, at the SCHA office. For more information, call (715) 634-4280.
Wisconsin has joined a multi-state lawsuit trying to block a federal rule designed to protect small and temporary bodies of water.
A federal change in overtime pay for certain workers is likely to impact those in the service industry the most and the Wisconsin Restaurant Association has come out against the proposal.
The Hayward Golf Club Ladies Invitational was held Wednesday, June 24. The top teams were: Flight 1—First, Pat Martin, Shirley Redmond, Loretta Book, Carolyn Terwilliger, 65; second, Kathy Bross, Ann Harris, Kathy Mathis, Becky Shay, 68; Flight 2—First, Jill Bonicatto, Peggy Dobbs, Tali John…
Even though the major league baseball All-Star game is still a couple of weeks away, by the end of this week most teams will have hit the midpoint of the schedule, and it looks like it could be an interesting second half for some teams. Here’s a quick check of where we’re at.
With a pair of losses last weekend, the Hayward Hawks’ faint playoff hopes were snuffed out and now the team can only play a spoiler role in the last month of the season.
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.
Author Janet Kay will be signing books at Book World in Hayward from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, July 5.
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.
Strong winds blew down a swath of trees, leaving jagged trunks jutting from the earth.
The Fourth of July is upon us and it means visitors, food and fireworks for many of us. The ASPCA has sent out information about the “Top 4 Pet Toxicities of July 4” and asked that we share it with our supporters. These concerns are not limited to just the Fourth of July.
“You will do foolish things, but do them with enthusiasm.” —Colette (French writer)