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On Nov. 11, the Ellsworth High School volunteer group “Just Do Something” organized their Fall Charity Dodge Ball Tournament.
A focus on solutions could make a special legislative session on health insurance a success.
--Ina Murray Time and again, people try to predict when the world will come to an end. (As if they can.) When we read about it in the Bible, it...
Last week, the Assembly passed several pieces of legislation that were a part of the Speaker’s Taskforce on Mental Health legislative package. Proudly, I was one of the lead sponsors on one of these bills, Assembly Bill 457, which will help to fund Treatment and Diversion (TAD) programs around the state.
A Minnesota couple who added on to their Town of Trenton cabin, allegedly in violation of county law, were ordered to remove the structure, bring it into compliance with county code by May 1 or each spend two weeks in jail.
Anthony Wicklace, 39, of Houlton was arrested by the Wisconsin State Patrol early Monday morning in Hudson for operating a motor vehicle under the influence, 5th offense.
St. Joseph’s School in Prescott held its Festival of Nations on Oct. 25.
A private jet-charter company’s contracts with its pilots do not violate federal law outlawing bonded servitude or peonage, ruled Pierce County Judge Joseph Boles in a written decision filed Oct. 17.
The North Hudson Village Board reversed an earlier decision and voted 4-2 last week to remove the “No weapons allowed in building” signs displayed at the Village Hall.
A shingles manufacturer in Superior has been cited for nine safety violations after an Occupational Safety and Health Administration investigation into the death of a worker in May.