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Local governments would have less discretion to deny permits f… Read more

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Three hunting dogs died in encounters with wolves in the town … Read more

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Karyn Schauf lives just outside of Barron on her family's near… Read more

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SIREN– Three public open houses will be held in the area to ga… Read more

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A complaint has been filed with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Ser… Read more

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SPOONER– The 28th annual Family Range Day, hosted by Indianhea… Read more

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Verneal Mae Melton, 81, of Spooner died on Sunday, Aug. 13, 20…

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Hello, music lovers. When this paper comes out there will be 131 days until Christmas. That means you had better enjoy all this music while you can.

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Backed up sewage or flooded drainfields are not only smelly, messy nuisances, but they can spread diseases and contaminate drinking water sources, lakes, and groundwater. Attention to the care and maintenance of septic systems can prevent problems and save the cost of repair and early replacement.

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In today’s world, automobiles are unfortunately an important and necessary part of everyday life for most of us. Vehicles require motor oil to run properly. To keep a vehicle running well, an owner should change the vehicle’s motor oil and fluids regularly as defined by the manufacturer. Wit…

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The proposed education bill in the house, H.R. 610, is now being studied by the Education Committee. This bill would allow money to be allocated to (for-profit) private schools and for parents home schooling their children.

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