Support the Bayfield Public Library by participating in this run, walk or bicycle through Bayfield's scenic orchard area on Memorial Day weekend. This is a non-competitive, un-timed event to raise money for sustaining the library. This family event is open to all ages. Read more
Hi everyone, this is Road Runner (Roadie for short) and he needs a home. As you can probably see from his picture, he is a curious, playful cat who has beautiful longer dark red tabby hair with white feet. He has been fostered in a home and an office, and he is pretty easy going. He is outgo…
MADISON — Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Brian Hagedorn said during a debate Tuesday that his Christian beliefs never affect how he rules as a judge. His opponent Lisa Neubauer, meanwhile, said her participation in a march organized by groups opposed to President Donald Trump wasn't partisan.
A new survey shows city residents in Superior are largely split over whether to remove a highly toxic chemical from Husky Energy’s oil refinery. The presence of hydrogen fluoride prompted a temporary evacuation of community members after an explosion and series of fires there last April.
Molly Flanagan, vice president for policy at the Alliance for the Great Lakes in Chicago, will talk about the latest efforts to keep Asian carp and other exotic species from invading the Great Lakes. Flanagan is the featured speaker of the annual Marvin Pertzik World Water Day Lecture which…
MADISON (AP) — Former Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker will be leading the national effort to call a convention to approve a balanced budget amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
MADISON — The attorney for Laurie "Bambi" Bembenek, Wisconsin's most famous runaway fugitive who insisted until her death in 2010 that she did not kill her husband's ex-wife, hopes Gov. Tony Evers will finally clear her name with a posthumous pardon she unsuccessfully sought for decades.
The body of a missing 1990 Washburn High School graduate living in South Dakota was found Saturday in an Upper Peninsula river, and a Yankton, S.D., man has been arrested.
The city on Tuesday suspended its winter parking rules, allowing residents again to park overnight on residential streets and without odd-even parking provisions. No parking is allowed between 2 and 6 a.m. downtown.
MADISON — An attorney for Republican legislators urged a judge Monday to throw out a lawsuit challenging lame-duck laws limiting the governor and attorney general's powers, warning that blocking the laws could throw decades' worth of other statutes into jeopardy.
When photographer/illustrator Jamey Penney-Ritter served as Washburn Elementary School PTO president from 2013-2017, a glaring omission was brought to her attention.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Republican lawmakers are introducing a bill that would allow some first-time drunken drivers to ask judges to erase their records.
MADISON (AP) — The state Department of Tourism's new leader says she wants to launch a new marketing campaign to draw visitors to Wisconsin by plane.
A vehicle approaches Bayfield while a man walks two dogs in the opposite direction Saturday on the ice road connecting Bayfield Peninsula and Madeline Island. Arnie Nelson, owner of Nelson Construction Co. of La Pointe, which maintains the road, warned drivers Monday the Lake Superior avenue…
BARRON — The best advice Elizabeth Smart had for the Barron community is to leave Jayme Closs alone as she gets adjusted to being home again.“As Jayme reclaims her life, it’s important to give her space,” Smart told a packed crowd topping 1,000 spectators Friday night at Barron High School. …
An Ashland County man was sentenced to five and-a-half years in federal prison after he pleaded guilty to a charge of conspiring to distribute 50 grams or more of methamphetamine.
Birthday girl Isabelle Moe of Washburn, right, is all smiles at a celebration marking the 100th year since her birth Saturday at St. Louis Catholic Church in Washburn. Joe Johnson of Washburn, center, warmly greeted her little brother, Donald Vizanko of St. Paul, who is less than two years f…
MADISON (AP) — A Madison judge is set to consider blocking Wisconsin Republicans' lame-duck laws limiting Gov. Tony Evers and Attorney General Josh Kaul's powers.