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Prescott High School sophomore Faith Stiles is the March 14 Prescott Kiwanis Student of the Week. She was nominated by social studies teacher Mandy Bernick, who said "Faith is a responsible and friendly student every day of class. She works hard inside and outside of class in United State history." Stiles is the daughter of Jerry Stiles and Lisa Stiles. The honor roll student is a member of the Scrub and Pre-Med clubs and the basketball and softball teams. She enjoys photography and babysitting. She plans to attend college and pursue a career in physical therapy.
The Prescott Common Council has decided to do an assessment of the Prescott Police Department for the hiring of its Chief of Police. As part of this assessment the council is asking residents to stop in or call City Hall or the Prescott Police Department to complete a survey. Prescott City Hall can be reached at 715-262-5544; Prescott Police Department can be reached at 715-262-5512.
You know what's cozy? Reading together as a family. Whether someone is reading aloud to another person or family members are reading their own stories to themselves in the same room, there is something about reading together that just feels...right. According to Literacyworks, "Parent involvement is the number one predictor of early literacy success and future academic achievement. Research by the American Academy of Pediatrics shows that reading daily to young children, starting in infancy, stimulates early brain development and helps build key language, literacy, and social skills."
The following incidents were reported to Ellsworth Police Feb. 26 through March 4. Critter patrol A Susan Street resident reported her white and tan tomcat missing at 1:17 p.m. Feb. 26. She said the cat has been missing since Feb. 20. The cat has no collar. Juvenile incidents
Residents of Ellsworth Community School District recently received an informational flyer regarding the upcoming April 3 operational referendum. This flyer provides a number of specifics about the reasons for the operational referendum, the tax impact associated with the referendum, and voting information.
Why should children pay the penalty? TO THE EDITOR When dads and moms with their young children in tow crossed the U.S. border without proper documentation, who broke the law? Did the children break the law?
The following Pierce County highways will have weight restrictions posted effective at noon Tuesday, March 6, 2018: • County Road CC from U.S. Highway 10 to State Highway 29 • County Road D from State Highway 35 to U.S. Highway 10 The weight limits are 6 tons per axle and 10 tons per tandem axles under 8 feet apart. A permitting procedure is in place for agricultural users that can demonstrate need. An application form can be filled out at the Pierce County Highway Department in
Joan (Raethke) Peterson was born to Roy and Betty Raethke on May 4, 1949, in Durand and has lived in the Pepin area most of her life. Joan attended Hicks Valley country school a couple miles north of Pepin. In 1967, she graduated from Pepin High School and on Sept. 15 of that year she married Bruce Peterson. The following year, their son, Bob, was born. His brother Scott came along in 1968.
It is taking the anguished and angry cries of heartbroken schoolchildren to get the attention of the yellow bellied members of Congress who are so afraid of upsetting their Supreme leaders: namely our Nazi-loving so called president and the N.R.A.
The following incidents were reported to Ellsworth Police Feb. 19-25.