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Pierce County Herald
Public advised about safe ways to dispose of sharps
Charges: man steals Hammond cop's truck, 'torches' it in Minnesota
Pierce County Sheriff’s Blotter: Hunters and scammers gone wild; mystery noose
River Falls man gets 9 years in prison: Assault victim: ‘I can finally begin again’
Facility referendum survey inconclusive
crime and courts
Girls Basketball: Panthers fall to Osceola after tough second half
Parker Hines returns home with Air Force wrestling
Boys Basketball: Prescott seeks another state tournament run
Boys Basketball: Prescott’s Hamilton draws Division 1 attention
Girls Basketball: Wolves rebound with win over Gilmanton Tuesday
Red Kettle Campaign needs public's help to reach goal
New pastor values outreach to community over building
Shop with a Cop brings holiday cheer
Zion opens collection site for ‘Operation Christmas Child’
Freedom is not free
arts and entertainment
ELLSWORTH SCHOOL DISTRICT: 12/1/15 Personnel Committee Meeting
FORECLOSURE: US Bank v. Carla M. Newman; Case No. 15-CV-79
FORECLOSURE: Bank of America v. Matthew Schneider; Case No. 13-CV-260
PRESCOTT SCHOOL DISTRICT: 2016 Spring Election Notice (Revised)
TOWN OF MARTELL: 12/1/15 Public Hearing - New Town Shop
Marjorie Ann Hildebrandt, 86
Joe Menter, 78
Ronald Feuerhelm, 88
Howard J. Ott, 67
Kathleen Vinehout column: Enjoying Thanksgiving on the farm
Ron Kind column: Fighting to improve rail safety
Kathleen Vinehout column: Wisconsin report card provides info on progress, problems
Sheila Harsdorf column: Legislature continues focus on reform, workforce development
Warren Petryk column: Petryk legislation passes the Assembly with bipartisan support
January 23, 2009
Dane County judge says minimum mark-up law OK
A Dane County judge says Wisconsin's minimum mark-up law for gasoline does not violate the state Constitution. Circuit Judge Maryann Sumi struck down a challenge Thursday from Merrill gas station owner Raj Bhandari. It was almost two years ago when the state told him to stop giving...
January 23, 2009 - 12:00am
December 31, 2008
Opinion: Be safe, sober in new year
Earlier this month, area law enforcement agencies participated in a statewide campaign reminding motorists to buckle up and drive sober. "Booze and Belts" was a week-long effort by approximately 200 such agencies throughout Wisconsin, including the Ellsworth and Prescott police departments....
December 31, 2008 - 10:00am
December 10, 2008
More Wisconsinites needing heating help
The number of Wisconsinites who need help to heat their homes this winter is up 14 percent from a year ago.
December 10, 2008 - 12:00am
May 20, 2008
Buckle up or pay the fine, warn Ellsworth officers
If you're driving in Ellsworth the next couple of weeks, are stopped by an officer for any traffic offense, and anyone in the car isn't belted in, someone will get a ticket. From May 19 through June 1, the seven Ellsworth officers on duty will join law enforcement agencies throughout...
May 20, 2008 - 12:00am
April 21, 2008
Milk production up in March
Wisconsin's dairy cows kept working harder in March than the year before. Total milk production was up 1.7 percent, at just more than 2 billion pounds. Each cow made an average of 20 more pounds of milk, or about 1,660 pounds.
April 21, 2008 - 9:00am
Guard troops welcomed home at Volk Field
The Wisconsin Army National Guard's Troop E, 105th Cavalry, completed more than 350 missions while serving in Iraq. About 125 troops were greeted home at a welcoming ceremony at Volk Field at midday Saturday. The soldiers are just back from spending eight months overseas, though...
April 21, 2008 - 9:00am
March 20, 2008
Editorial: Keep up school dialogue
In a communitywide survey, Ellsworth school officials tapped district residents for feedback about the schools' future direction and now it's time for them to respond to the issues which have been raised. After getting survey results (over 450 people gave input), the local school...
March 20, 2008 - 12:00am
February 14, 2008
More Wisconsin high school students taking AP exams; doing well
Growing numbers of Wisconsin high school students are taking Advanced Placement exams, and doing well. The College Board said 24 percent of last year's public school graduates in the Badger State took the rigorous AP exams. That's up from 17 percent six years ago. About 16.5 percent...
February 14, 2008 - 12:00am