Bill Kirk was editor of the Pierce County Herald in Ellsworth, from 1988 to February, 2015 and is now on staff as a reporter. He holds a bachelors degree in journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. He previously worked in the media distribution department at the University of Minnesota's Minneapolis campus and is past editor of The Tri-County News in Osseo, Wisconsin.
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The Ellsworth Fire Department held its annual parade Sunday. The march was held under variably sunny skies and pleasant temperatures.
The amounts of agricultural hazardous waste and business waste increased, but the overall total combined waste decreased in comparison to a year ago at this spring’s Pierce County Clean Sweep.
Employee compensation, members’ pay and office staffing at one school were matters for the Ellsworth School Board Monday.
The euphoria a young couple often feels after he proposes marriage to her and she says “yes” is often compared to a “high.”
Eau Galle-Rush River Sportsmen’s Club members gathered at the handicapped fishing spot near El Paso recently. From left to right in the front are: Arby Linder, Lin Linder, Bill Hanson, Barb Hanson, Harold Fosmo Jr., Connie Fosmo, Kathy Linder, Gary Linder, Howard Kiefer and Beverly Kiefer. In the back are: Carol Gilbertson, Gary Gilbertson, Jeanette Schade, Warren Schade, Mary Kiefer, Scott Kiefer, Bruce Place, Ross Christopherson and Audrey Kiefer.
Harlen Menk holds fond memories of his late wife, Georgia.
When the opportunity arose, Paul Uhren knew he’d go after it.
“Have wheels, will travel” could be the slogan for Trenten Williamson in his quest to obtain a family vehicle which would accommodate his new power-chair.
A local recreation facility that’s been good could be better. That’s the feeling among officials of two government agencies and an organization who have strived toward improving Bob Young Field in Ellsworth’s Summit Park.
EL PASO--The people of El Paso know them personally and many others have heard of them. They're Arby and Lin Linder. He has a national chain of restaurants named after him and likewise for her with a number of greenhouses in the Twin Cities, right? No. But the Martell couple will serve as grand marshals for this year's El Paso Days parade on Sunday, Aug. 18, at 2 p.m.