Prescott wins first-ever sectional title in boys track
Sam Smith and Cole Hauenstein won sectional titles both individually and as members of the 1600-meter relay team, which lifted the Prescott High Schoo...
Ribbon cutting at BonBon's
The Ellsworth Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors were at a ribbon-cutting for BonBon’s Consignment Shoppe in East Ellsworth....
Ellsworth High School names highest honors
Ellsworth High School announced five 2013 graduates earned highest honors, meaning they graduated with a 11.50 grade point average or higher on the 12...
The Milwaukee Brewers caught a break yesterday without having to do anything.RELATED CONTENT
The Tigers combined for four runs in the seventh and eighth innings to rally by the Twins 7-6 last night in Michigan.RELATED CONTENT
The N-C-A-A Division-Three Baseball World Series begins today at Fox Cities Stadium near Appleton.RELATED CONTENT
Local American Legion and Legion Auxiliary members will be up early next Monday morning as they visit cemeteries throughout Pierce County and march in annual parades to pay tribute to military men and women who have died. Listed below is a rundown of events.RELATED CONTENT
An missing three-year-old Elmwood boy was found unharmed after leaving his home Wednesday afternoon.RELATED CONTENT
The Prescott Police Department bid farewell to two longtime patrol officers during the City Council meeting on May 13.RELATED CONTENT
Two large oak trees were removed from the south Pierce County Courthouse lawn Wednesday.RELATED CONTENT
A Hager City man faces a first-degree drug charge after being found at the West Seventh Street Kwik Trip with nearly 20 grams of alleged methamphetamine.RELATED CONTENT
A group between 20-30 participated in a protest Tuesday morning to save the two oak trees that have stood on the Pierce County Courthouse front lawn for generations.RELATED CONTENT
What has been talked about for months, heck, even years, became official on May 14 during a Pierce County Building Committee meeting.RELATED CONTENT
A Prescott native will perform at the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., Memorial Day weekend.RELATED CONTENT
-- Commenting about the plan to develop a special playground honoring the memory of her three daughters, Jessica Schaffhausen said she’d like to see the focus on Amara, Sophie and Cecelia – and more so on how they lived than how they died.
-- A 45-year-old Farmington woman has been charged with manslaughter after an infant in her care died last summer.
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-- Federal workplace safety officials are investigating the death of an employee at a wood shingles plant in Superior.
-- More of America’s population is gravitating to big cities – and Milwaukee is no exception.
-- How big should Wisconsin’s next wolf hunt be? That question will be addressed today, when the state’s Wolf Advisory Committee meets near Wausau.
-- Another busy day is ahead for the lawmakers who are re-working the proposed new state budget.
-- A 4th grade field trip turned deadly yesterday (Wed) afternoon at Lilydale Park in St. Paul, and the search for a missing student is now back underway.
Stating the problem is easy. Finding the solution isn’t.RELATED CONTENT
The Elmwood/Plum City co-op prep softball team won its first regional title after shutting out Eau Claire Immanuel Lutheran in Thursday's WIAA Division 4 regional final 3-0.RELATED CONTENT