Sen. Ron Johnson has announced that his staff will be available for the mobile office hours from 11 a.m. until noon on Friday, Oct. 16, at the Washburn County Courthouse in Shell Lake.
The Stone Lake Music Night will be held from 6:30 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 10, at the Stone Lake Lions Hall. The Acoustic Ramblers and other local musicians will perform a variety of music for all ages. This is a free community event.
The Thomas St. Angelo Public Library of Cumberland will host "Things That Go Bump In The Night," a fun-filled magic show presented by Robert and Lynn Halbrook, on Tuesday, Oct.13, at 6:30 p.m.
Finishing as one of the top two teams in the the WIAA Division 2 sectional on Tuesday, Oct. 6, at Pheasant Hills Golf Course in Hammond, the Spooner Rails earned their way to the October 12-13 state championship tournament at University Ridge in Madison.
SHELL LAKE– In the Lakeland South Conference on Friday, Oct. 2, the Shell Lake Lakers were beaten soundly by one of the top teams in the state, Pepin/Alma, 54-6.
SPOONER– Jr. Bowling Leagues are forming at the Northwoods Lanes & Lounge in Spooner on Wednesday, Oct. 14, from 5 to 7 p.m. Bowling starts on Saturday, Oct. 24. Several tournaments will be held and the State Tournament on April 9-10.
Republican lawmakers and the state attorney general unveiled a package of bills Tuesday targeting people who abuse children.
Under a new bipartisan bill that targets Wisconsin's high number of "habitual" drunken drivers, anyone convicted of five OWI offenses will lose their driver's license for at least a decade.
The Spooner Police Department reported this afternoon that it responded this morning to citizen complaints of possible scammers in the city offering to do home improvement work.
A University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate is among the three Nobel Prize recipients in Medicine or Physiology announced on Monday.
From price to quantity to flavor, consumers have always considered how products affect their families when deciding what goes in the shopping cart. And shoppers these days are making purchasing decisions that take global factors into consideration too, thanks to available information about c…
Cooler temperatures invite a new season of cocktails, featuring richer flavors to entertain yourself and guests. To achieve this, Port offers a versatile and refreshing element, says Andy Seymour, beverage educator and owner of Liquid Productions, a cocktail consulting company.
The holiday season will be here before you know it, and it is never too early to start budgeting for this exciting time of year. While many may seek financial absolution in January, the first of the year will be a lot brighter if you avoid seasonal over-spending in the first place.
Every fall, the nation's biggest cranberry crop surfaces in central Wisconsin marshes.
“The Hired Girl” by Laura Amy Schlitz
People with disabilities are challenged with both overcoming barriers and with convincing others that those barriers do not define them.
With a presidential election year fast approaching, we’re in for a lot of public talk about the state of American democracy. Much of that discussion will be insightful and thought-provoking, but there’s a good chance you’ll also find a lot of it vague and hard to pin down.