The cool nights and warm days, the pops of reds and oranges in the trees, the kids back in s… Read more
Spooner FFA Chapter members Carter Christman, Brittany Lester, Cheyenne Nowaczyk, Brandi Predni, and Kate Rosenbush attended the Sectional Leadership Workshop on September 22 at the Clear Lake High School.
Brave Cowboy to perform at Quam Theatre
The Friends of the Sherman and Ruth Weiss Community Library will present author and poet Franco Pagnucci for a book reading and signing from 10 a.m. to noon Tuesday, Oct. 6, in the library meeting room.
Jack Sando latest to get hole-in-one
SPOONER– On Saturday, Sept. 19, Spooner Golf Club recorded another hole in one this year.
Lake trout have declined in Lake Superior around the Apostle Islands in the last several years. In 2014, the state took emergency action to limit lake trout harvests for sports fishermen, and officials have been seeking feedback from anglers on new proposed limits to help lake trout recover.…
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 group that advocates for victims of domestic violence says 43 people died in Wisconsin in connection with domestic violence incidents last year.
Frank Gray, representing the Spooner Kiwanis, gives a $500 check to the Spooner Police Department toward its effort to raise money for adding a K9 unit. One of the dog’s tasks will be ferreting out drugs in the community, and Gray said the Kiwanis made the donation “because we need it” to co…
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.
Frequent travelers can be all too familiar with the challenges of staying both healthy and productive -- countless distractions, fast food joints on every corner and difficulty sleeping in unfamiliar places and beds can make staying on track a challenge. However, it doesn’t necessarily have…
The latest findings from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show the Midwest has the highest prevalence of adult obesity, followed by the South, and Wisconsin's numbers aren't improving.
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.
I attended the school board round table meeting on September 16.I left somewhat puzzled by the reponses given by board president John Hedlund and board member Christina Martin to questions submitted by the public.
I was only 25 when I was hired to teach in the Math/Computer Science Department of a private, religious junior college. I quickly learned how strong the camaraderie and concern was in our department for each member’s welfare. If I ever had a child admitted to the hospital, or had any other k…
Are you a Consolidator? Do you long for open enrollment for taxpayers so your taxes could support another school district instead of the current labor dispute turned soap opera in the Spooner schools?