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Jim Langer found these giant puffball mushrooms along a soybean field on his farm northwest of Ellsworth. The larger of the two measured 15 inches when first picked. “I’ve never seen any this size in the 41 years I’ve farmed here,” Langer said. Although, these mushrooms are said to be edible during a certain stage, the edible window is short and they become poisonous. Because of this, eating them is not recommended. (Herald photo by Vicky Howe)
The Pierce County Health Department announced its seasonal flu shot clinic schedule last week.
The Elmwood Public Library presents Pre-School Story Time each Friday morning at 10 a.m.
“Your information is always thorough, concise and very readable,” Carol wrote to me. “Today I heard that [Governor] Walker said he would lift the cap for vouchers if he wins re-election. What would that do to our public schools? The state budget? I hope you will research this and publicize your opinion.”
Health officials trying to figure out what made dozens of students at Durand Public Schools sick may have come upon an important clue Wednesday.
The families of two Wisconsin teenagers who died in a car crash say they will try to reach a settlement with General Motors.
MILWAUKEE -- Milwaukee right hander Kyle Lohse did his part, firing a complete-game two-hitter to lead the Brewers to a 5-0 victory over Cincinnati Wednesday night. That kept Milwaukee flickering...
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- The Teddy Bridgewater era is officially underway in Minnesota. The Minnesota Vikings have placed quarterback Matt Cassel on season-ending Injured Reserve with fractured bones in his...
A pact about cellular equipment on the local water tower received attention from the Spring Valley Village Board earlier this month.