While local trails are still marked by the frosty white etchings of snowmobile season, plann… Read more
MILWAUKEE (AP) — An employee opened fire Wednesday at one of the na… Read more
A proposed plan designed to address the needs of Price County's hig… Read more
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Democratic Gov. Tony Evers vetoed a Republican… Read more
Two Phillips High School seniors, Trinity Pesko and Jessica Roush, … Read more
Two Phillips High School seniors, Trinity Pesko and Jessica Roush, have been selected as valedictorian and salutatorian of the 2020 graduating class. This year will see 58 seniors graduate from high school. At their regular meeting Feb. 17, the Board of Education got a snapshot of the academ…
As we look around at all the snow in backyards and piled along road edges, most of us are probably tired of winter and dream of heading somewhere warm and green, maybe even straight to a steamy climate. But have you ever heard of tropical residents coming to wintery northern Wisconsin on purpose?
Logging in the Phillips School Forest will continue as planned this spring, following a 7-1 decision by the board of education on Monday.
Marshfield Clinic is offering free workshops called “Caring Conversations” to highlight the importance of people exploring their goals and values related to future medical decisions in the event they are unable to communicate those wishes.
A Lord’s Cupboard “Meat” the Need fundraiser, featuring a dinner, raffle, and an auction, will be held on Saturday, Feb. 29 at The Lanes in Park Falls.
At a recent Price County Retired Educators' Association (PCREA) meeting, Amy Hulbert received the PCREA 2018 Outstanding Volunteer Award. Hulbert was presented with an Outstanding Volunteer pin and certificate, along with a letter of commendation from the Wisconsin Retired Educators' Associa…
There are only three ways for wildlife to survive our winters. They either hibernate, like black bears, migrate, like our ruby-throated hummingbirds, or remain here to take their chances with the winter elements, like our black-capped chickadees.
It’s happened to all of us. You think you’re home alone unwinding and then … ding dong … unexpected visitors drop in.
Years ago, my husband and I decided to go to Jamaica for our twenty-fifth anniversary. This is a story I've told often. What it says about me is either one of the following: I'm way too stubborn, or I have an overabundance of perseverance.
If enough investment dollars can be drummed up, there’s $250,000 on the table from the state to go towards building a Cobblestone Hotel & Suites on the south end of Park Falls.
A craft brewery in Madison is partnering with Wisconsin convenience store chain Kwik Trip to create a line of exclusive beers.