The ground is still firm in the mornings — ice crystals shimmering on the bare garden soil as the morning light bedazzles off their edges. But the crystals don’t last long as the sun climbs and warms the early spring air. The ever-cheerful robins bob about in the lawn, and the little peaking…
The American Birkebeiner Ski Foundation board of directors announced Saturday that registration will open for the 2019 American Birkebeiner schedule of events on May 1.
HAYWARD — Snow arrived here this week, and so has the 44th Slumberland American Birkebeiner, the largest cross-country ski race in North America, with the main event set for Saturday.
MADISON - Each year, hunters, meat processors, and food pantries help families in need by working closely with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and its partners donate thousands of pounds of venison to those in need.
The Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association’s next big event, the Longass Ride, will be held Saturday, July 15. The non-competitive event will tour the trails between Hayward and Cable with a lunch at the OO Trailhead and will wrap up with food and beverages at the Tin Roof Barn in Cable.
The deadline to enter quilts in the annual Hayward Piecemakers Quilt Show is Friday, July 7. Show dates are Friday and Saturday, July 28-29, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily at the Hayward Wesleyan Church on Highway 77.
The Hayward Area Chamber of Commerce and Timber Ford of Hayward present the 68th annual Musky Festival, with a theme of Throwback to Fun, June 22-25.
The Northwoods Humane Society located in Sawyer County learned that they have been selected as one of the top ten animal shelters in Wisconsin. According to Deanna Persson, President of NHS, the organization learned about it from a facebook posting of a supporter.
The majority of households in northern Wisconsin get their food from a diversity of sources and purchase food directly from farmers, according to the most recent Northland College Public Opinion Poll.
MADISON – On Jan. 3, State Representative Beth Meyers (D – Bayfield) was sworn in as a State Representative for the 103rd Wisconsin State Legislature. Rep. Meyers was officially sworn into office at an Inauguration ceremony in the State Capitol surrounded by family, friends, and elected offi…
HAYWARD – The best literature of all time, no matter what era, contains universal truths and heroes overcoming nearly insurmountable obstacles. Readers become heroes too, leaping over monster-protected mountains, narrowly escaping whirling vortexes in raging seas. In the end the hero survive…
Business owners, elected officials and engaged residents from the region are invited to come together on Tuesday, September 20th, 12 noon-4:30 p.m. at the Shell Lake Arts Center, 802 1st Street, Shell Lake, to identify opportunities and strategies for enhancing and strengthening our local sm…
MADISON – The Wisconsin State Assembly passed a total of 10 bills Thursday that were introduced from the Speaker’s Taskforce on Alzheimer’s and Dementia.
MADISON — Senate Bill 104, authored by Senator Janet Bewley (D - Delta) and Representative Beth Meyers (D -Bayfield), allowing the Town of La Pointe to enact shoreland zoning ordinances, passed the State Assembly this week and is headed to Governor Scott Walker’s desk to be signed into law.
The first annual ChequameCON Northland Tabletop Gaming Convention, hosted by Ashland Fun and Games, will be held this Saturday at the Hotel Chequamegon in Ashland
Hayward - Based on the population signs outside of the communities of Hayward, Cable and Seeley, WI, alone, it doesn’t seem feasible that these small communities could play host to the American Birkebeiner, the “Birkie,” North America’s largest cross-country ski race. Yet, year after year, n…
The first high school and middle school mountain bike races sanctioned by the Wisconsin High School Cycling League in northern Wisconsin will be held Sunday, Sept. 13 at the Highway 00 Birkie Trailhead east of Seeley.
Dane County hopes to expand mental health coverage through a statewide program providing community-based treatment for substance abuse and mental health issues.
As dozens of trains carry potentially explosive crude oil through Wisconsin each week, an aging railroad bridge in downtown Milwaukee is drawing scrutiny.