Nationally, there are predictions of more and higher-paying jobs for recent graduates, but i… Read more
Wisconsin lawmakers want to give voters a chance to weigh in on a half-percent sales tax increase to pay for local road repairs.
Most of the state is under low to moderate risk for fire danger after rainfall on Sunday night and on early Monday morning.
It could be busy week at the state Capitol, starting Tuesday with a public hearing on a bill to repeal Wisconsin's prevailing wage.
MILWAUKEE — As of Monday, the Milwaukee Brewers have a new manager: Craig Counsell, a former player for the team.
The Eau Claire North Huskies took first place in the 36-hole 23-team Scott Miller High School Boys Golf Invitational hosted by the Hayward Hurricanes Friday and Saturday May 1-2 at Hayward Golf Club and Big Fish Golf Club.
The Hayward Hurricanes baseball team defeated the Barron Golden Bears in Barron Thursday April 30 to improve their conference record to 5-0 and take over sole possession of first place in the Heart O’ North Conference.
The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest has a new approach to inform the public about non-native invasive species treatments.
Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association (CAMBA) has an updated trail report for the week of May 4.
The relisting of the gray wolf as an endangered species in the western Great Lakes region has renewed debate over its recovery and how to manage wolves.
On Thursday, May 7, the Greater Hayward Area Ministerial Association will have a National Day of Prayer Breakfast at Grace Lutheran Church on Greenwood Lane. The event will feature four presenters from the community who will speak briefly about areas of concern. Participants will then be inv…
Would you like to eat your way through a hardwood forest, aka “Nature’s salad bar?” That’s exactly what will be happening Saturday, May 16, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at LCO Ojibwe Community College. Meet by the main entrance of the college. Each participant will be returning to the college with…
Area residents can learn more about the area’s beloved common loon and its uncommon characteristics at a program set for May 5 at 6:30 p.m. at the Sherman and Ruth Weiss Community Library.
Last week the Northwoods Humane Society received eight dogs, three from a puppy mill in Illinois and five that were scheduled to be euthanized. All eight are wonderful dogs and the spay-neuters and adoptions have begun.
Have you noticed how humans tend to process difficult conversations and negative interactions, giving a play-by-play post-encounter analysis?
Hummingbirds are about to return