The Twin Ports broke ground Wednesday on the port authority’s largest project to improve freight transportation in decades, an expansion of cargo docks at the port’s Garfield Pier.
Attorneys in Madison have reached a temporary agreement about what evidence will be made public in the case of a Cross Plains man charged with trying to join Islamic State group insurgents in Syria.
Amish families in Wisconsin would be exempt from portions of the Uniform Dwelling Code under a provision in the state budget added by the Legislature's budget committee.
Memorial Day means that the major league baseball season is already one-fourth over; in other words if your favorite team is still struggling it’s too late to say it’s early. Of course nothing has been decided yet but there a few patterns developing along with some surprises.
Two Hayward United Soccer teams played against Spooner last weekend.
The Hayward Hurricanes baseball team drew a bye in the first round of the WIAA playoffs, and will play a regional semifinal game at Larry Somerville Field Wednesday June 3 at 5 p.m.
Midwest environmental groups welcomed an announcement by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Army Wednesday of a new "Clean Water Rule" that will clarify protections for waterways.
MADISON - Proposals to simplify trout rules, boost panfish populations on roughly 100 lakes statewide, and bring consistency to some fishing regulations on Wisconsin waters bordering Minnesota gained approval Wednesday, May 27, from the Wisconsin Natural Resources Board.
Several hundred racers are anticipated for the third annual Borah Epic mountain bike races on the CAMBA trails between Cable and Hatchery Creek Park near Hayward Saturday, May 30.
Hello, music lovers. The summer season is starting and music is ramping up. We had an early deadline on the column this week due to the holiday, so I couldn’t research as much as I like, but here’s what I do know.
Silvia’s Dance students will perform at 4 p.m. Saturday, May 30, at Hayward High School. This year’s recital theme is “All about the Princesses,” with dance styles featuring ballet, tap, modern, contemporary and hip hop.
Dine for ‘Da Cure, with proceeds benefiting the American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Sawyer County, will be held from 4 to 8:30 p.m. Friday, May 29, during the Treeland’s Resort Spring Fling, with live music by Been There, Done That from 6 to 10 p.m. Advance tickets are $25 (food only) …
Congratulations to those who are graduating from high school this weekend. You have navigated many years of instruction and now are embarking into the brand new world of adulthood. Graduation is the doorway to a new chapter in your life.