Judy Wiff has been regional editor for RiverTown’s Wisconsin newspapers since 1996. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and sociology from UW-River Falls. She has worked as a reporter for several weekly newspapers in Wisconsin.
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On Feb. 19 Maria Lamb will put on her skates and once again pit herself against the clock in a sport where there are no excuses -- and she expects...
These days as many people point their smart phones to record everyday incidents, the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department is beginning to arm its officers with their own hands-free video cameras...
April will be a lackluster election month for county-level offices in Pierce County. Only incumbents are officially running for 14 of the 17 seats on the Board of Supervisors. A...
The bluffs and valleys of Pierce County can make wireless communications difficult, a challenge the sheriff’s department and the county’s other emergency responders hope to overcome with a transition to...
In the midst of a season of joy and light, some feel mostly darkness and regret. The pressure to feel what they don’t and the contrast between festivities and their own pain compound their loneliness and grief.
About three weeks ago as she drove to pick up a friend and then head to an artists’ meeting in St. Paul, Deana Pass saw the symbol on the back...
Wisconsin residents who work in Minnesota and are hoping for a break from the expense and inconvenience of filing income tax returns in both states are out of luck unless Gopher State officials change their stance.
A Prescott mother and son appeared in Pierce County Court last week on charges they stole money from an elderly man living in a nursing home.
After 25 years working at the Ellsworth Care Center, Rhonda Blodgett is still just where she wants to be.
Eric Ladwig, who has been an Ellsworth officer for 18 years, is the village’s new police chief.