The conversation revolved around the uncertain future of Flambeau River Papers at the county… Read more
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A life of service has always held a singular appeal for Rick Haberl… Read more
The RLP Hawks traveled to Hurley for a game on Oct. 11, and althoug… Read more
A survey aimed at gathering feedback on the long-term facilities plan for the Phillips School District has been mailed to all households in the district. Community members have until Oct. 25 to fill out the survey, which will help inform the school board of education’s future decisions.
Chequamegon students’ standardized test scores continued a steady trend up in math last year but dropped in English and average ACT score for 11th graders, according to results released last month by the state Department of Public Instruction.
While school is now underway in Prentice's new buildings, work is still ongoing with the aim of completion by Christmas. Prentice school board members received an update on the construction and remodeling project by district administrator Randy Bergman at their regular meeting Sept. 17.
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…
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…
In this column, a couple weeks past, I was waxing philosophical regarding autumn - caught up in the idyllic imagery of swishing in leaves, gazing at forests that seem ablaze with color, and how autumn is my favorite season of the year. That statement might need a caveat.
Autumn got off to a slow start this fall. Early on the colors seemed kind of washed out and later than usual. Suddenly, on October 9th, Mother Nature turned on a switch and our Northwoods trees exploded in full color as if a great artist was at work providing an avalanche of color signaling …
There’s just something edgy and intriguing about Halloween. Even for adults. We all know there aren’t really any spooks and goblins, or at least we’d like to think there aren’t. Right, I inquire of you gentle readers — with a big lump in my throat?
The Park Falls Area Community Development Corporation has chosen Park Falls Building & Hardware as its 2019 Business of the Year. The award ceremony will take place at 11 a.m., Wednesday, Aug. 28 at the store at 645 4th Ave. North.
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.