The Shell Lake Graduating Class of 2015 throws up their caps in celebration.
If change is such a constant in life, as it is said to be, then how do you predict what will happen 10 years from now? In a couple of decades? A half a century from now? How do you plan for it, build for it – or forestall it?
Food pantries in northwestern Wisconsin will receive needed help early this summer, thanks to an ongoing program of the St. Croix Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin: The tribe will sponsor its 23rd annual food drive in June.
These five Spooner Rail volleyball players were named to the All-Academic Team by the Wisconsin Volleyball Coaches Association for the 2014 season. They earned the award by being on varsity and maintaining a grade point average above 3.5 during the volleyball season. Pictured (from left) are…
SPOONER– The 22nd annual Jack’s A Hack Golf & Business Social at Spooner Golf Club, sponsored by the Spooner Chamber of Commerce, will take place on Wednesday, June 10.
Banners for the 62nd Spooner Heart of the North Rodeo went up in Spooner on Saturday, May 16. Bruce Bosch and Dick Fankhauser placed this banner on Nick’s Family Restaurant. The Spooner Rodeo will ride into town on July 9-12 with action and family fun. Rodeo fans also can enjoy the huge Spoo…
While corrections officials predict that an increase in prisoners over the next two years will cost the state just under $5 million, prison reform advocates say that money could be saved by releasing inmates eligible for parole.
To prevent deaths and injuries, Spooner Police Department along with law enforcement agencies from all over Wisconsin will intensify our safety belt enforcement efforts during the annual Click It or Ticket mobilization from May 18 to 31.
Groups that work with victims of domestic violence and sexual assault will have more money to pay for their legal expenses through a million-dollar grant that was approved by the Legislature's budget committee last week.
HYPOTHETICAL: The U.S. presidential elections are held in November 2016. No one can announce his/her candidacy until January 1, 2016. Primaries are held in every state on the same day in April 2016, determining the two leading candidates. National conventions follow closely afterward. Campaign spending is strictly limited. Your opinion?
Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial kickoff for summer grilling. In Wisconsin, this means it’s time for grill masters to start showing off their brat-cooking techniques.
Whether grilling for neighbors, hosting a dinner party or relaxing on your deck with a drink, you can make the experience more refreshing by pairing your favorite spirit with ginger beer.
Who hasn’t seen a lineup of baby blue tuxedoed groomsmen on the mantle of an older relative? While some matrimonial trends thankfully expire, there are some newer ones that may be here to stay.
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As many of us do each year, we gather this Memorial Day to recognize and honor those brave men and women who gave their lives in service to their nation. Nearly every generation of our nation has sacrificed many of its best and brightest – Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines and Coast Guardsm…
Last week, the Spooner High School dedicated its metal working lab to Larry and Dawn White. Larry is a 1959 graduate of Spooner High School. He has made many donations to the Spooner tech-ed program as a way of giving back to the good start he got at Spooner.