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The Republican co-chairs of the state Legislature’s budget committee say they won’t support Gov. Scott Walker’s plan to turn the University of Wisconsin System into a public authority.

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The Hayward Hurricanes softball team played three league games over the past week, losing to Chetek-Weyerhaeuser 16-0 Monday May 4, to Barron 14-1 in five innings on April 30, and to undefeated Bloomer 14-1 on April 28.

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Jake McGarthwaite tossed a one-hit shutout as the Hayward Hurricanes baseball team blanked the Lumberjacks in Ladysmith Tuesday May 5.

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Researchers at University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point's new Aquaponics Innovation Centerhope to create the world’s first commercially viable walleye farming operation. To reach that goal, the university is partnering with a private company in Montello.

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Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association (CAMBA) has an updated trail report for the week of May 4.

Frank W. Duffy, 80, of Hayward, died Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015, at…

Michael B. Petty, 69, of Hayward passed away on Saturday, Feb.…

Robert L. Young, 81, of Hayward, died Tuesday, April 28, 2015,…

Howard Hanson, 76, of Hayward and Surprise, Arizona, died on W…

Donald C. Schlaefer, 88, of Hayward passed away Tuesday, April…

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Come meet Theo the Great Horned Owl at Family Fun Night, a Hayward 4K activity, Wednesday, May 6, at 5:30 p.m. at Northwest Connection Family Resources, 15896 W. 3rd St., Hayward. It is a free event, dinner included. Learn about these expert nocturnal hunters and enjoy hands-on exploration o…

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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…

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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…

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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.