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Ellsworth police: Roof ruckus; Trespassing
Large Baldwin barn fire draws multiple agencies (w/ video)
Hudson JV girls soccer coach charged with felonies
Wisconsin roundup: McDonald’s employees duke it out in restaurant’s lobby; more state news stories
crime and courts
Baseball: Prescott and Ellsworth show urgency in Friday night wins
Baseball: Did you blink? WIAA baseball playoff seedings are in
Softball: Raiders show a seven-game improvement in 2018 regular season
Phillips, Wolves find reason to celebrate in 'Strike Out Alzheimer's' game
Boys' golf: Nugent leads the way again, Panthers and Cardinals finish in bottom half of MBC
spring valley cardinals
Old school Vegas in Prescott
Logue presents new work from Icelandic textile residency
Gallery: A snowy day for pumpkins
United Way calls for grant applications
Health briefs: Community Conversation gets people talking about mental health
arts and entertainment
PIERCE CO. HIGHWAY COMMITTEE: 5/17/18 Meeting Agenda
TOWN OF HARTLAND: Ad For Bids - Remove 730th St. Bridge
WIS. DNR- NOTICE: WPDES Permit - Maiden Rock Wastewater Treatment
PIERCE COUNTY: 5/22/18 County Board Meeting Agenda
TOWN OF ISABELLE: 5/23/18 Town Board Meeting
April snow helped camouflage albino calf
Ellsworth chiropractor recognized for community contribution
New campground to have sites available by June
Plans for Vista Croix still changing
Stockholm Pie Company celebrates both a ten-year anniversary and grand opening
Place a Business Announcement
Virginia K. Geraets
Darrell D. VandeBerg
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Elect Jim Reichert to Prescott School Board
Letters to the editor: Poppy Day helps us remember; People are selfish
Greg Andrews/Leon Morrison column: Soil conservation and soil health
Letters to the editor: Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive; Poppy Day helps us remember
Letters to the editor: Data mining; Polarized and politicized world
Country Pastor column: Reclaiming evangelicalism
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February 19, 2018
Editorial: A free press, not a free-for-all
The First Amendment protects people's right to say hateful things — including hurtful and false words about minorities, religious groups,...
February 19, 2018 - 7:49am
February 7, 2018
Editorial: Children at risk of going hungry
Last year, nearly 235 sponsors provided 2.87 million free meals to Wisconsin children from low‑income families during the summer. These sponsors...
February 7, 2018 - 7:49am
January 19, 2018
Editorial: By all indications, we're good and could be better
Families living in the upper Midwest should be feeling pretty good — subzero weather and all. The cold, hard truth — when you look...
January 19, 2018 - 2:12pm
November 23, 2017
Editorial: Speak up and give thanks
Thanksgiving Day is upon us. Traditions and bountiful feasts aside, Americans dedicate this day to thanking God for what is good here. We place...
November 23, 2017 - 5:29am
May 7, 2014
Editorial: Political differences drain taxpayers
State politicians on both sides of the aisle have found a new habit of picking fights with each other in the courtroom. With emotions running high, both sides often seem determined to end a political battle by attempting to have a court overturn the apparent winners. That’s all...
May 7, 2014 - 4:33pm
April 5, 2014
Editorial: Don't change court access
We live in a day and age when information is coming at us from many directions. The danger is many people may not recognize when a source of critical information is in danger of being silenced. Such is the case in the State of Wisconsin where a group of senators are sponsoring...
April 5, 2014 - 12:47pm
March 19, 2014
Editorial: Enforce Sunshine laws
Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen has invited the public to join in celebrating the state’s “sunshine laws,” the public records law and the open meetings law during Sunshine Week this week. By shedding light on the workings of government and the acts of public officers...
March 19, 2014 - 10:04am
March 12, 2014
Editorial: Helps shape, define community
The National Newspaper Association finished a readership survey in 2013.
March 12, 2014 - 4:30pm
March 5, 2014
Editorial: Escape winter damage, unethical contractors
A winter without thawing means every bit of snowfall stays on the ground for the entire season. That’s been the story this winter. It’s...
March 5, 2014 - 12:12pm
February 27, 2014
Editorial: Don't become ID theft victim
The reality of a modern world with all of its technological advances and convenience means there’s the potential for identity theft and that’s...
February 27, 2014 - 1:18pm
July 2, 2013
Editorial: 2-party system divides, ails
In Washington, with a Republican-controlled House and a Democrat president, there’s a lockdown. One political observer says the next four years will be one of “stasis” over budget priorities because neither the president nor the House of Representatives have the power to prevail. Thus,...
July 2, 2013 - 10:34am
June 19, 2013
Editorial: Protect computer, mobile devices
Technology has improved the ways people communicate and get information, but it’s also opened new possibilities for those who would take advantage...
June 19, 2013 - 2:06pm
June 12, 2013
Editorial: A June Dairy Month plus
Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD) Secretary Reggie Newson is right when he says the state's vocational rehabilitation partnership...
June 12, 2013 - 9:42am
May 29, 2013
Be travel, water safe this summer
Summer is right around the corner. This means increased family travel and fun with the kids. Here are some family travel tips from Traveltips --Pack...
May 29, 2013 - 12:59pm
May 22, 2013
Editorial: 'Drunkest state' - it's no joke
Stating the problem is easy. Finding the solution isn't. You'd be hard pressed to find anyone to deny that drunken driving is a huge problem in Wisconsin. But so far we've made little or no progress in reversing the deadly and embarrassing statistics. Statewide, 225 people died...
May 22, 2013 - 9:57am