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Price County Board of Supervisors receives presentation on Carbon Offset Project

A carbon credit, or carbon offset, according to Investopedia, is a permit that “allows the company that holds it to emit a certain amount o… Read more

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Moose Lodge again donating Tommy Moose toys

The Moose Lodge, in its commitment to the community, has once again started to distribute Tommy Moose stuffed toys with local ambulance ser… Read more

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Antique & Tractor Expo set for July 17-18 in Phillips

The Price County Antique Association, Ltd. (PCAA) will be hosting their annual Antique & Tractor Expo at the Price County Fairgrounds o… Read more

Wisconsin school leaders blast Republican K-12 spending plan

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Superintendents, school board members and other education leaders on Monday demanded that Republican lawmakers devote … Read more

Hospitality group raises minimum wage, eliminates tipping

EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (AP) — Owners of a group of restaurants, hotels and bars in Eau Claire have eliminated tipping and have raised their minim… Read more

Residency program for treating rural women to have 1st grad

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — When Dr. Laura McDowell finishes her obstetrics and gynecology training at UW Health this month, she will be the first… Read more

NOAA to designate Wisconsin coastline as national sanctuary

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Federal officials have designated a huge swath of Wisconsin's Lake Michigan coastline as a National Marine Sanctuary t… Read more

Drivers could get learner's permit at age 15 under bill

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — New drivers in Wisconsin could get their learner's permit six months earlier than is allowed currently under a bill up… Read more

Wisconsin bills target milk, meat and dairy labeling

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Vegetarian and vegan foods sold in Wisconsin could not be labeled as meat, milk or dairy if they don't contain those p… Read more

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Sports & Outdoors

Loggers' relay team earns state trip

Senior Kalin Baratka and sophomores Allie Adomaitis, Elsa Schluter and Solita Kaster placed second in the 3,200-meter relay (10:29.39) at t… Read more

Bucs' Moore earns state trip in 3,200

Senior Serena Moore will represent the Prentice High School track and field teams at this weekend’s WIAA State Track and Field Championship… Read more

Logger girls tie for third, boys run fourth at regional

The Phillips High School girls' track and field team tied for third and the Logger boys placed fourth at the WIAA Div. 3 Chequamegon Region… Read more

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Screaming Eagles advance 12 to state meet

The Chequamegon High School girls’ and boys’ track teams are sending 12 student/athletes to the WIAA State Track and Field Championships at… Read more

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Focus on nature: The biggest garter snake I have ever seen

I saw the biggest common garter snake of my life back in our barn a few days ago. It had a big bulge in its body as if it had recently eate… Read more

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Butternut's Brown makes state in 1,600 and 3,200

Junior Mike Brown of Butternut High School has earned trips to the WIAA State Track and Field Championships in the 1,600- and 3,200-meter r… Read more

Obituaries

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Dora Walker

Dora Walker Read more

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Jeffrey P. Habas

Jeffrey P. Habas Read more

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George C. Morris

George C. Morris Read more

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Lyle W. Conner

Lyle W. Conner Read more

Kenneth J. Brickheimer

Kenneth J. Brickheimer Read more

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Denise A. Gruszka

Denise A. Gruszka Read more

Opinion

Karen’s Korner: Ground rule double

I’m not sure when this rule actually came into being. It would be fun to think that my childhood classmate Judy and I were the reason, but … Read more

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