Plum City students earn Red Cross recognition
In an effort to engage high school students on the life-saving experience of donating blood, the American Red Cross has initiated dual programs design...
Ellsworth Ambulance Service gets $5,000 donation
Ellsworth Area Ambulance Service (EAAS) has accepted a donation of $5,000 from Fairmount Minerals Foundation in support for the purchase of a lifesavi...
A Minnesota man was taken to an area hospital Sunday night when he was ejected from the motorcycle he was riding.RELATED CONTENT
A 17-year old River Falls teen was injured in a one-vehicle accident just after midnight on Saturday.RELATED CONTENT
Alan Page, Minnesota Supreme Court Justice and former Minnesota Viking football player, along with his daughter, Kamie Page, will read from their new children’s book "Alan and his Perfectly Pointy Impossibly Perpendicular Pinky."RELATED CONTENT
The musical group D’Boys have one goal in mind when you listen to their performances.RELATED CONTENT
Within the Pierce County Courthouse one of the biggest challenges for years has been courthouse safety.RELATED CONTENT
A former local resident who’s been diagnosed with cancer will be the subject of a benefit this month.RELATED CONTENT
The Ellsworth Cheese Curd Festival Medallion Hunt is now underway.RELATED CONTENT
Deb Foy has retired from 28 years of teaching in the Ellsworth School District.RELATED CONTENT
-- Lt. Col. Mark Weber, the Rosemount soldier who became an inspiration to many as he battled terminal cancer for nearly three years, died shortly after 4 p.m. Thursday, according to a post on his Caringbridge site.
-- Boat traffic on the Saint Croix River is being blocked this morning, until a broken cable can be fixed on the Stillwater Lift Bridge between Houlton Wisconsin and Stillwater Minnesota.
The Afton Strawberry fest will be held from from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 22, and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, June 23 in downtown historic Afton, Minn. The family-friendly event includes food, music, art, vendors and a European-style flea market.RELATED CONTENT
-- Attorneys are scheduled to make their opening arguments this morning in the Sheboygan County trial of Nathan Paape.
-- The full Wisconsin Legislature will start acting on the new state budget tomorrow.
-- Neither of Wisconsin’s two candidates made the Top-15 at the Miss USA Pageant in Las Vegas.
-- An Associated Press report identified a Minneapolis man as the commander of a Nazi-led military unit from World War II, and 94-year-old Michael Karkoc's son Andrij has made a statement denying the allegations, saying, "My father was never a Nazi."
Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD) Secretary Reggie Newson is right when he says the state’s vocational rehabilitation partnership keeps farmers working and supports America’s Dairyland’s agricultural heritage.RELATED CONTENT
I like music, and most songs, but I like to be able to understand the words. So many singers seem to think that the “louder the better,” even on Idol, to the point of screeching. Uff da!RELATED CONTENT
Bay City topped Osceola 4-1 at Hortenbach Park Sunday and kept themselves in contention for a division title.RELATED CONTENT
-- The Milwaukee Brewers are back in last place after losing 2-of-3 at Cincinnati.
-- Steve Stricker of Madison triple-bogeyed his second hole and never recovered yesterday, as he finished in a tie for eighth at the U-S Open near Philadelphia.
-- A record crowd of just over nine-thousand attended Donald Driver’s annual charity softball game near Appleton yesterday.
-- Former Twins All-Star outfielder Torii Hunter connected on his 300th career home run to back 7 2/3 strong innings from Doug Fister as the Detroit Tigers took the rubber match of a three-game series with the Minnesota Twins by posting a 5-2 decision at Target Field.