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Ellsworth, Elmwood, Plum City commence newest graduates
Knudson says $150 per pupil reduction will be eliminated
Paint party business brings out artist in everyone
Charges filed against Hager City driver in crash
Carbone’s seeks Class B Liquor License: Vista Croix eyes Steamboat property
crime and courts
Spring Valley golf finishes third in conference standings
Sports Scoreboard from Thursday, May 21
Pierce County sports scoreboard from Tuesday, May 19
Panthers win pitchers' duel against Osceola
Hubbers go 2-0 in first homestand
Help those in Nepal by checking out this garage sale
Memorial Day observances scheduled
Alive & Kickin local couple take the stage
Pierce County women finish high at Boston Marathon
Yellowstone Trail Heritage Days are June 6, 7
arts and entertainment
PIERCE COUNTY: 4/27/15 Board Meeting Minutes
VILLAGE OF ELLSWORTH: 6/1/15 Board Meeting Agenda
TOWN OF TRENTON: 6/3/15 Plan Commission Meeting
NOTICE TO CREDITORS: Marvin A. Gilles Estate: Case No. 15PR32
PIERCE COUNTY LAND MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE: 6/3/15 Meeting Agenda
Florence Soares, 97
Martha Peterson, 97
Allen Kerr, 84
Lorraine E. Anderson, 88
Waughnel Plahn, 59
Kathleen Vinehout column: Citizen Input Provides Important Details of Conservation Budget Cuts
Warren Petryk column: K-12 Education is the Number One Priority
Warren Petryk column: Moving the State Budget in the Right Direction
Kathleen Vinehout column: A Business Owes Nothing in Taxes & Gets a State Check?
Get Out! Deals
September 1, 2014
WISCONSIN NEWS ROUND-UP: President Obama in Milwaukee on Labor Day
MILWAUKEE - President Obama brings his worst approval ratings to Wisconsin in more than two years during today’s visit. His appearance at Laborfest in Milwaukee is an official visit and not a campaign trip. He won’t be joined by Democratic candidate for Wisconsin governor...
September 1, 2014 - 9:09am
August 7, 2014
Wild Side: The summer wild flower show
Our 10-week-old golden retriever Jack is an energetic pup with sharp teeth. I took him for a long walk around our place to introduce him to his territory as our new Chief of Homeland Security. I was hoping to wear him out a bit but that was wishful thinking. It was fun watching the...
sports / outdoors
August 7, 2014 - 10:49am
July 30, 2014
Wild Side: What's Bugging You!
It’s hard to ignore the swarm of small insects buzzing around your head when outside these days. Not only do they distract and aggravate but...
sports / outdoors
July 30, 2014 - 1:02pm
July 10, 2014
WISCONSIN NEWS ROUND-UP: AG says high school students can't be charged tuition for UW courses
MADISON - Wisconsin's attorney general says high school students who take University of Wisconsin courses cannot be charged tuition. In a legal opinion issued today, Van Hollen addressed concerns about a state budget item that lets prep students enroll in up two courses from...
July 10, 2014 - 6:30pm
July 5, 2014
WISCONSIN NEWS ROUND-UP: Fourth of July weekend so far a safe one in Wisconsin
Wisconsinites gathered across the state last night to celebrate the 4th of July. So far, early reports show the several displays of fireworks over the skies of the Badger State went off without incident. In a statement , Governor Scott Walker says yesterday’s celebrations honored...
July 5, 2014 - 8:19am
July 2, 2014
WISCONSIN NEWS ROUND-UP: FCC to vote on proposal to put WiFi in Wisconsin schools and libraries
About 3,200 Wisconsin schools and libraries would get wireless Internet service over the next five years, under a proposal to be voted on this month. The board of the Federal Communications Commission plans to vote a week from Friday on a plan to spend two-billion dollars. It...
July 2, 2014 - 7:32pm
June 28, 2014
WISCONSIN NEWS ROUND-UP: Chippewas ask EPA to look into proposed mine
BAYFIELD - An Indian tribe is asking the EPA to look into the environmental impact of the proposed Gogebic iron ore mines. Chippewa leaders representing six bands in northern Wisconsin are concerned that the open pit mine, located in northern Wisconsin, could pollute water resources...
June 28, 2014 - 9:00am
June 25, 2014
WISCONSIN NEWS ROUND-UP: Wolf quota of 156 approved
MILWAUKEE - A statewide wolf-hunting quota of 156 animals was approved today by the state Natural Resources Board at a meeting in Milwaukee. That's down from last year's quota of 251, as wildlife experts seek to continue a gradual reduction in the state's overall wolf population....
June 25, 2014 - 8:02pm
MINNESOTA NEWS ROUND-UP: Woman found in blanket died of natural causes
ST. PAUL -- Officials say the 39-year-old woman whose body was found wrapped in a blanket in a wooded area of St. Paul Saturday died of natural causes. Officials found Rahel Nigusse's body near Minnehaha Avenue and St. Paul Police Sergeant Paul Paulos says it appears she had...
June 25, 2014 - 7:49pm
June 24, 2014
WISCONSIN NEWS ROUND-UP: State regulators to decide tomorrow pipeline expansion in western Wisconsin
State utility regulators could decide tomorrow whether a new natural gas pipeline can be installed to serve frac-sand mines in western Wisconsin. The Public Service Commission is scheduled to have the final say on a plan by We Energies to put in a lateral pipeline from Eau Claire...
June 24, 2014 - 3:28pm
June 4, 2014
WISCONSIN NEWS ROUND-UP: Propane terminal to be built in Hixton
BLACK RIVER FALLS - A propane terminal will be built in west-central Wisconsin, to make up for the loss of a major pipeline that sent Canadian fuel into the Upper Midwest. CHS of Saint Paul and the Federation Co-operative of Black River Falls said the new terminal would be located...
June 4, 2014 - 4:53pm
MINNESOTA NEWS ROUND-UP: Entenza to run against Otto in State Auditor DFL primary
ST. PAUL - The unified ticket DFLers are touting coming out of their state convention in Duluth is fraying a bit. Former Minnesota State House Speaker Matt Entenza has filed papers to challenge incumbent State Auditor Rebecca Otto in the August 12th primary. Party Chairman Ken...
June 4, 2014 - 4:15pm
June 1, 2014
WISCONSIN NEWS ROUND-UP: New EPA regs would cut coal use at Wisconsin power plants
Wisconsin would be hit hard by a proposed federal order to cut emissions at coal-fired power plants. The EPA plans to unveil a major new proposal tomorrow, and the Badger State would be affected more than others. That's because it relies more on coal-fired power plants, as opposed...
June 1, 2014 - 9:01am