Some Wisconsin farmers markets could lose the ability to accept Sup… Read more
Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin campaigned in downtown Eau Clair… Read more
This is a particularly bad summer for mosquitoes in Wisconsin, beca… Read more
Mariah Cooper, a Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe High School graduate an… Read more
Ashley Shuman caught this 48.5-inch musky on the Chippewa Flowage July 8. The top of the fish’s tail fin is missing; with it, the fish would probably measure 49 inches. Ashley and her husband Jared were fishing Pete Rich Guide Service. They had been out for 6 hours and were just “hitting one…
Live streaming for sonar
Floods causes some long-term closures
Known as the “Bluegill Capital of Wisconsin,” Birchwood is again celebrating with the annual Bluegill Festival the weekend of July 20-22. Sponsored by the Birchwood Lion’s Club with support from the entire community, the celebration offers something for everyone.
Local author Kristine Ochu will read her new children’s book, “No Pooping on the Dock! The Story About the Owl, the Looney Duck, the Whacky Duck, the Crazy Duck and the Naughty Duck,” at 10 a.m. Tuesday, July 17, for the Preschool Story time at the Sherman & Ruth Weiss Community Library.
The annual Northwoods Humane Society Art For Animals, to be held at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, July 14, at the Flat Creek Inn Ballroom on Highway 27 in Hayward, features a live fundraising auction with items ranging from a donation from a renowned area sculptor to fishing equipment and even a day o…
As we all know, accidents happen very quickly. In our neck of the woods, getting pierced by a fishhook happens frequently.
“Laura!” Kara calls from the south wing of the 1919 Gambrel barn this morning. “Come here and hold a pig.”
It is often thought that middle high students — teenagers — are the most dysfunctional, awkward people on earth. If you remember back to your early teen years, you may have recollections of a different body in the mirror in the morning than the one that you went to bed with the night before;…