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All but the hardiest of gun hunters were challenged by the heavy snowfall that occurred across northern Wisconsin during the second half of the nine-day gun hunting season this year, which ran from Nov. 23-Dec. 1.

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A Phillips man, Alan Hayes, 67, charged with seven game violations had his day in court on Nov. 5, where he pled guilty to all charges. Hayes was sentenced by Price County Judge Kevin Klein, fined a total of $4,397.35 and lost all hunting, fishing, and trapping privileges for three years.

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White-tailed deer harvest numbers were down 27% across the state following the opening weekend of the gun deer season, with a total of 90,286 deer bagged by gun hunters. The opening weekend harvest in Price County was 832, down 32% from the 1,220 deer shot last year in the county.

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Local students are prepared to ring in the holiday season with a series of concerts, beginning at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 5, at Phillips Elementary School where kids in grades kindergarten through second grade will perform. Grades three through five will follow with their own concert at 7 p.m.

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Elves of the area are invited to create a homemade ornament and bring it to the Park Falls Library on Friday, Dec. 6 to help decorate the huge lobby Christmas tree from 6-7:30 p.m. Santa, the special guest of honor, will arrive at 6:15 p.m. and will be ready to listen to wish lists and pose …

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Two and a half years after the closure of the St. Anthony Catholic School, a town hall meeting will be held to discuss future options for the nearly century-old building. The meeting is open to parishioners of St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church, as well as the full community, and is schedu…

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The Park Falls Area Chamber of Commerce this year recognized several individuals for their contributions to the greater Park Falls area with a number of honors. Recipients were chosen by staff at the Chamber, who also recognized Pete Maynard for his service as president of the board.

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While many holiday shoppers look to big box stores for Black Friday or online deals during Cyber Monday, it’s the weekend in between that’s reserved for local shops to make their mark on the holiday sale season.

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Lugerville-based restaurant and bar South Fork, owned by Pam and Chuck Goebel, has been selected as this year’s business of the year by the Phillips Area Chamber of Commerce.

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Prentice students are hard at work preparing to launch a variety show featuring numerous different acts including comedy, music, gymnastics, and dance. The performance will open at 1 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 15, with a second performance at 7 p.m. (attendees are warned there will be limited seat…

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Concerned about the future of the Park Falls mill property and what presumptive owner Niagara Worldwide might do with it, the Park Falls Common Council passed two ordinances Monday night intended to guard against the property becoming blighted or simply a pile of rubble.