Late afternoon sunshine flooded through an aspen grove as we c… Read more
Brett Nelson, 48, of the town of Barronett has been arrested on charges of making and possessing improvised explosive devices and possessing drug paraphernalia related to methamphetamine.
Victims of domestic abuse and other violent crimes would be able to keep their home addresses secret under a bill that passed the Wisconsin State Senate Tuesday.
Acts of cruelty against animals are now counted alongside felony crimes like arson, burglary, assault, and homicide in the FBI’s expansive criminal database.
Wisconsin residents could register to vote online under a bill scheduled to go before the state Senate Tuesday. But the plan would end another type of voter registration.
The Legislature's budget committee has signed off on five bills to help people cope with Alzheimer's disease and dementia.
The influenza season got off to a slow start in Wisconsin in 2015, but officials with the Department of Health Services (DHS) have noticed an increase in cases in the first weeks of 2016 and want to remind state residents that it is not too late to get a flu vaccine and take other actions to…
County officials voiced concerns on Tuesday about the impact of a $3.6 million cut in funding for county programs provided by the University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension.
Spooner can be great again. The following list suggests that the process is currently underway. The Spooner area and surrounding communities have individuals and groups that have recently contributed in many positive ways. This list was compiled with help from Spooner Area School District st…
I have had the distinct pleasure of being born and raised in Spooner. I graduated from high school in 1960. I have visited many, many times over the years.
As we look forward to voting for the February 16 primary I am concerned about FUSE (Families United for Spooner Excellence). They are supposedly an educational organization and in their own words “FUSE works to serve all students, families, and the community by promoting quality education an…
I just watched the Iowa caucuses. The top three Republican candidates all advocated for war. Ted Cruz advocates carpet bombing. The reference is George Bush who had 600 raids in a single day in Desert Storm. That turned out well, didn’t it?