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Just because the Chequamegon School District year has concluded doesn’t mean that there aren’t staff or school board members wrapping things up, working and planning for the upcoming year, 2019-2020.
Two possible options for addressing the facility needs identified in the Phillips School District were presented to the school board at their regular monthly meeting on June 17.
The school districts of Chequamegon, Phillips, and Prentice will again be participating in the U.S. Department of Agriculture Summer Food Service Program in 2019.
Kennedie Kurth (center) takes part in a rocket thrust demonstration during the Traveling Lantern Theatre Company’s production of My Mother the Astronaut at the Park Falls Public Library June 13. A crowd of about 49 people, with kids ranging in age from 2 to 12 learned about space and scienc…
On Thursday, June 20, the Phillips Community Pool will serve as an official host location for the global World’s Largest Swim Lesson event, which brings attention to the importance of learning to swim. The event celebrates its 10th anniversary with events taking place over the course of 24 h…
The Health Alliance of Price County will be holding its sixth annual “Blossoms of Spring” event, offering daffodils for sale. The money raised will be donated to local organizations serving Price County residents, and will also fund local health and educational activities. After last year’s …
No, it's not winner. It's winer. I like wine. I have a half glass most nights as I cook dinner, and if music of any kind, except rap, is playing, life is good.
The buzz of cicadas gave voice to the heat as we strolled through the shade of giant oak trees. Arkansas in June is a hot soup of humidity. Luckily, it is a short, flat walk from the lodge to the classroom at the Potlatch Conservation Education Center on Cook’s Lake.
A week or so ago as I was venturing homeward on Hwy. 182 near the corner where Dave’s Fletching & Archery was once located, in the westbound lane I encountered a huge semi with a Cooper mini hot on its six. Now there’s a comparison — sort of like placing a Matchbox car next to my F-150 o…
A Price County judge could determine next week if the Park Falls paper mill reopens in early July.