Bill Kirk has been editor at the Pierce County Herald in Ellsworth, Wisconsin, since 1988. 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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Near picture-perfect summer weather prevailed during the 27th annual El Paso Days celebration this past weekend.
School may have been out for the summer, but it’s soon back in for the other three seasons.
When it comes to John DuBois, the question isn’t what he’s done in law enforcement, but what he’s not done.
An electronic message board is a highlight of the new sign installed in front of Ellsworth’s Holiday Station Store last week. … Archive Material - Subscription required to continue reading...
With just two exceptions in one subject, area students again bested their peers statewide on scores for the past school term’s state testing.
Construction equipment was ready and some earth had been moved Wednesday for the improvements to Bob Young Field in Ellsworth’s Summit Park.
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.”