MADISON – Gov. Scott Walker today issued Executive Order #157, which declares a State of Eme… Read more
- Gov. Walker issues executive order declaring state of emergency in response to ongoing drought, elevated wildfire conditions
- HHS sports events cancelled due to weather
- Lil’ Ed & The Blues Imperials to perform April 24 at The Park
- Lil' Ed
- Budget committee approves ending local government insurance program
MADISON — Republicans on the Legislature’s budget committee have voted to end a more than century-old local government insurance program.
MADISON — University of Wisconsin-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank says she has a plan to cut about 400 staff positions if the Legislature approves Gov. Scott Walker's proposed $300 million budget cut to the UW System.
Staff from the Hayward Community School District are teaming up with community agencies and local businesses in an effort to increase employment outcomes and community involvement for students from age 15-21 with disabilities.
Hayward Schools activities director Chris Robinson has announced several sports cancellations due to wintry weather this week.
RICE LAKE — Ashland soccer coach Jonny BeBeau sure liked the execution of his squad Saturday in a 3-1 win over Rice Lake.
The Hayward Hurricanes baseball team handed Two Harbors, Minn., their first defeat of the season Thursday April 16 at Larry Somerville Field, 6-2.
CAMBA’s annual spring workday will be held on Saturday, April 25. Work will include final cleanup and prep work on the trails to get them ready for the coming season, as well as a couple of projects at Hatchery Creek and Camp 38 Road. Work will also take place at Mt. Ashwabay.
The Hayward chapter of Fishing Has No Boundaries will meet at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 23, at the ALNON Club on Florida Avenue.
One of three local resolutions presented to some 64 voters at the Sawyer County Conservation Congress annual meeting in Hayward Monday night urges the Legislature to maintain the rule-making authority of the Natural Resources Board (NRB).
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The Forest Lodge Library continues its My Favorite Films series at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 23, with a screening of “Unbroken.”
It has been over six years since the first “Paul Blart,” which is too long to ask people to stay loyal to such a piddling franchise. To compare it to a superior series, the time between has brought us four “Fast and the Furious” movies, and clearly more effort goes into them. Heck, more effo…
On the picturesque South Shore of Lake Superior you will find the town of Herbster where on April 25, 2015 the Herbster Community Club will be hosting their 59th Annual Smelt Fry. The Smelt Fry is at the Historic Log Gym which was built in the 1930’s by the WPA and located at 86870 Lenawee R…
“Son, get the lead out!” as a young child, I heard these words from my father quite often. I was not sure what he meant by this exactly, but from his delivery I knew I had better get in gear.
How much “having” does a person need?
The idea of our Spring Style Show and Luncheon became a reality and a huge success, due to the encouragement and support of many volunteers and those who made donations for our silent auctions and raffles.