Local entertainers Randy Sabien & Friends, along with nati… Read more
The Spooner Police Department handled the following incidents between August 1-14.
SHELL LAKE– A case that was decided in the state Court of Appeals earlier this month was the difference between at least a mandatory three-year prison term versus a year in jail for Robert R. Milton, 51, of Shell Lake, when he was sentenced in Washburn County Circuit Court for possessing chi…
MADISON– Eugene Wearing, 56, Superior, was sentenced on Wednesday, Aug. 17, by U.S. District Judge William Conley to 15 years in federal prison for recruiting and enticing a minor to engage in commercial sex acts. Prison time will be followed by 10 years of supervised release.
A Wisconsin astronaut has set the American record for the most hours logged in space. The Town of Winter native is set to return to Earth in early September.
Grace Abbott School of Social Work/University of Nebraska Omaha has announced that a master's degree has been conferred upon Cindy Featherly. Featherly is a 2010 Northwood School graduate and a 2014 bachelors graduate of Bethel University. She is the daughter of Kurt and Linda Featherly of Minong.
Fewer than 40 percent of Wisconsin’s 12,752 active attorneys practice law outside of major urban areas, according to the State Bar of Wisconsin. Many rural counties are lacking attorneys, especially up North.
Wisconsin has taken a number of steps to head off a doctor shortage, but a new report says more can be done.
While planning our mule deer hunting trip to Wyoming in late October, our group made sure to set aside one day when the rifles will be left in the motel. A must on every trip, we’ll be taking a day to enjoy a trip through Yellowstone National Park.
In 1998, Wisconsin adopted legislation that required each school board to adopt rigorous academic standards for students. The intention was to provide clarity to both students and families by stating what and when students were expected to learn. A driving force behind adopting standards is …
Every August, students, like the women in the above image, move out of one space and into another in preparation for the start of the school year.
According to the World Meteorological Organization, 2015 was the hottest year on record. With record heat continuing around the world these past several months, the alarming rate of change resulting from greenhouse gas emissions is unprecedented. Based on this year’s record temperatures, 201…