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...
Sunday’s late-afternoon storm downed this barn, owned by James Jean on 570th Avenue east of Ellsworth....
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
Lucas Green loves the outdoors and wants to make sure future generations have the opportunity as well.RELATED CONTENT
The Wisconsin 4-H Foundation announces that the registration deadline for the Northern Golf Classic is May 27.RELATED CONTENT
A 23-year-old River Falls man died late Saturday night in Ellsworth after he fell from the rear door of moving bus as came into the village on Hwy. 10.RELATED CONTENT
-- Red Wing Shoe Co., will be adding more than 36,000 square feet of office space in the coming weeks.
-- She hasn’t really left the St. James Hotel in at least 50 years. But early Saturday morning, the young woman in a white dress was forcefully carried out of the library, down the hotel’s steps and into a vehicle.
Western Wisconsin News
-- Officials from both Wisconsin and Minnesota will hold a ground-breaking ceremony next Tuesday afternoon for the new four-lane Saint Croix River bridge between Hudson and Stillwater.
-- Wisconsin’s newest U-S senator said today that her state’s businesses and middle class residents are “stuck in neutral” while the national economy recovers.
Crime and Court Roundup: Bond failure reduced for man accused of cashing relative's Social Security checks
-- One of three central Wisconsin residents accused of cashing a relative’s Social Security checks since the 1980’s failed to get his bond reduced yesterday.
-- The state D-N-R has created a new program to improve Wisconsin fishing by expanding the walleye population.
-- U.S. Sen. Al Franken is blaming the recent spike in Minnesota gas prices in part on the Department of Energy’s decision to stop publishing refinery maintenance reports two years ago.
Stating the problem is easy. Finding the solution isn’t.RELATED CONTENT
The Elmwood/Plum City prep softball team, now ranked 10th in the state in Division 4, came from behind not once but twice in Tuesday's WIAA regional semifinal contest vs. Spring Valley and won in extra innings 7-6.RELATED CONTENT