At 7 p.m. on Friday, May 22, the graduating seniors at Shell Lake High School will make their way across the stage where they will receive the diplomas they have earned during their years in school.
They have grade point averages through the roof, and their plans for the future are already coming together nicely.
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.
SPOONER– The Spooner Rails boys golf team had another active week.
The weather was frightful at the Spooner track and field meet on May 14, and while it was not snowing, it was plenty wet as the Rails hosted Hayward, Ladysmith, and Northwestern in a driving rain. The Rail boys and girls competed in the Heart O’ North Conference Meet at Northwestern on Tuesd…
Young fisherman Callaway Ottinger celebrated his fourth birthday on May 16 by catching this big sunfish weighing in at 9 ounces and measuring 9 inches long.
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.
Some state lawmakers want to create better protections for children who are arrested for prostitution, arguing that improved legislation will help create a "safe harbor" for victims of human trafficking.
Hundreds of law enforcement agencies in Wisconsin will be watching for unbuckled drivers and passengers during the annual Click It or Ticket mobilization from Monday, May 18, to Sunday, May 31.
Memorial Day heralds the start of grilling season. Perfect your fireside techniques and enhance outdoor dining by learning how to pair wine with grilled dishes.
At the Mall of America this past weekend, Capture Minnesota unveiled photographs that will be published in its upcoming book, “Capture Minnesota Volume IV.” And among them were two photographs taken by Spooner photographer Kathryn DesForge.
In this composite photo, Frank Glaser vaults over the bar. Glaser was a three-time All-American in the pole vault during his time at Marquette University. He also played basketball and ran track, but pole vaulting was his specialty.
When I open each week’s “Spooner Advocate” and see the soldier’s picture on the cover of the “Washburn County at War” hardcover book that is being offered for sale, it reminds me of how much we owe the men and women who fight for our freedoms.
One of the soldiers turned to Private Howard. “What about you, Old Man? Want to join us to find some beautiful island girls when we get to Hawaii?”