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Golden Gopher center Maurice Walker netted 14 points as Minnesota coasted to a 76-54 win over the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers in a non-conference matchup at Williams Arena last night.
Norwex has awarded $3,000 to Turningpoint for Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence, based in River Falls.
Ellsworth Lions member Sharlene Kreye was awarded the 2014 Lion of the Year by then President Jay Nesseth at the Lions award program. (Photo submitted)
The Prescott School District will hold another referendum asking voters to support building an auditorium.
Ron Thompson of Spring Valley received this year’s St. Croix County Dairy Service Award, presented Oct. 27 by award sponsors AgStar Financial Services and St. Croix County Extension.
Last month 42 people died in traffic crashes on Wisconsin roadways, which made it the second safest month of October in terms of traffic deaths since the end of World War II, according to preliminary statistics from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT). The safest month of October since World War II occurred in 2009 with 39 traffic deaths, and the deadliest October was in 1971 with 127 fatalities. Traffic fatalities last mont
On Nov. 7 Tony Hulbert, 24, Elmwood, was sentenced to 72 months in prison for being a felon in possession of a sawed-off shotgun, according to John Vaudreuil, U. S. attorney for the Western District of Wisconsin.
The Pierce County Tavern League donated $500 to the Tri-Angels Playground on Nov. 7.
A Cumberland man was uninjured after the semi he was driving jack-knifed last week on Highway 63. Michael W. Lyons, 59, was northbound on Hwy. 63 in the town of Martell Nov. 5 when his passenger-side tires caught the east edge of the road where the truck entered the soft shoulder, then the east ditch. He drove through a grove of trees and jack-knifed at the edge of a cornfield.