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The summer days keep rolling along as the Chequamegon School Board held its regular meeting July 23 to discuss ramping up for the new 2019-20 school year.
At their regular meeting on July 18, the Prentice School Board learned what is going on in the district as administration prepares for the coming school year.
The Chequamegon School District Listening Sessions have brought out a good deal of interesting topics for discussion.
The 77th annual Spirit–Hill–Ogema 4-H Fair was held at the Spirit Town Hall Aug. 9-10. Twenty-six 4-Hers from the Hillbillies, Happy Hoboes, and Hamburg Hawks clubs exhibited over 400 entries.
Our Community LISTENS, a three-day communication skills training class, is now taking registrations for its Aug. 6-8 class session. Registration for the free, three-day class is due by Aug. 2 and can be done online at https://bit.ly/2Oro4hZ or by calling 715-820-0089. This unique class is ge…
The Park Falls Public Library’s annual Great Big Book Sale, sponsored by the Friends of the Library, will take place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 1 and Friday, Aug. 2. Available will be many gently used books, paperbacks, non-fiction, puzzles, A-V items, and more for all ages. A …
These fragrant flowering plants live as rhizomatous aquatic herbs in temperate and tropical climates in shallow water around the world. The family contains five genera with about 70 known species. Did you know that Aldo Leopold had a water lily named after him? Did you know that I almost fel…
The canoe slipped into the water like a knife cutting silk, little waves sloshing against the rocky shoreline as I settled in the stern. Fingers curled around the paddle, muscles tensing for the first sweeping stroke sending me out from shore.
On a warm, late-summer day, the legend was born,
After seven years of planning and construction, the $7.5 million renovation and expansion of Park Manor has been officially completed. With recently received licensing from the state for the new short-term assisted living facility, new residents are now being accepted.
Quilters and sewing enthusiasts will be excited to learn that a fabric shop is coming to Phillips.