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State Rep. Warren Petryk was in Prescott the morning of June 28 where he brought the city two new State of Wisconsin Flags that will be hanging on the flag poles on both sides of the road coming into Prescott by the US Highway 10 bridge.
Judy Ann Walz, former Pierce County native, will launch a “Healing Choices” scholarship for area schools in late July or early August.
“Two years ago, Wisconsin made tough choices,” wrote Robert from Mondovi. “The deficit was eliminated, costs were controlled and Wisconsin was back on the track to prosperity.”
Prescott City Hall was closed Monday, July 1, due to a burglary over the weekend.
The 12th annual Ellsworth Cheese Curd Festival was a smashing success over the weekend as attractions included music, pedal pull, parade and cheese curds.
COTTAGE GROVE, Minn. -- A Cottage Grove man who ran a casting company was sentenced to nine years in prison for having sexual contact with two brothers for whom he...
Former Spring Valley Police Chief Jim “Furgy” Furuglyas died Friday at the University of Minnesota Hospital-Fairview, Minneapolis. He was 69.
Prescott Mayor Mark Huber announced Saturday Jayne Brand was appointed to the position of Prescott City Administrator effective Thursday, June 27.
A Cottage Grove man faces felony animal torture and cruelty charges after saying he killed his dog over a dispute about where the animal should be kept, authorities said.
Today, many take it for granted smoking isn’t allowed in Wisconsin bars and restaurants, but it wasn’t that long ago one had to choose between “No Smoking” and “Smoking” sections...