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The Diva Dudes production held in conjunction with the Ellsworth High School Coronation Sept. 21 raised $800 for the Ellsworth Food Shelf. From left are: Ethan Hayes, Laurel Mason (food shelf volunteer), Kelsey Betthauser and Raeiah Whyte presenting the donation at the food shelf. (Submitted photo)
Wisconsin voters will get their second-and-last chance to compare the two major candidates for governor tonight. Republican incumbent Scott Walker and Democrat Mary Burke will debate each other in Milwaukee, as a panel of journalists asks questions for a second straight Friday evening. The one-hour debate begins at seven o'clock, and will be broadcast on T-V and radio stations statewide. The economy, a projected state deficit, health care, and voter I-D were among the subjects examined a week ago.
A 75-year-old Marshfield man has been given a 30-day jail sentence for stealing over 50-thousand dollars from his father, and playing most of it in foreign lotteries in Nigeria and Australia.
ANAHEIM -- The Minnesota Wild resume their three-game road trip tonight in Anaheim against the Ducks. The Wild are 2-0-and-0 following their 3-0 victory in Colorado last Saturday. The Ducks are 3-and-1. After tonight's game, the Wild will clash with the Kings on Sunday in L-A before returning home. This evening's game is set to begin at 9 p.m. _____________ The Minnesota Vikings and Buffalo Bills hook up in an interconference matchup Sunday at Ralph Wilson Stadium. The Vikings are coming off a 17-3 home loss to the Lions and have dro
The top two picks in this year's N-B-A Draft will face each other tonight, when the Milwaukee Bucks play the Minnesota Timberwolves in an exhibition game in Cedar Rapids Iowa. Bucks' forward Jabari Parker was drafted second overall in June. Top selection Andrew Wiggins was taken by Cleveland, and has since been traded to Minnesota in the deal that sent Kevin Love to the Cavaliers. Parker says he does not expect to get into a match-up with Wiggins since the two play at different positions as they get acclimated to the N-B-A.
Associated Bank of Ellsworth hosted a tailgate party Sept. 28 to raise money for the Ellsworth Food Service program. It was a beautiful Saturday to do some grilling! Kaytlyn Ness and Mikayla Joseph volunteered their help, along with the bank’s staff. Together, they raised $110 to give to the school and some community members also dropped off supplies to donate. (Submitted photos)
Ellsworth Middle School Student of the Month winners for September have been named. Each month, teachers and staff at EMS recognize students who display that month’s character education theme. Respect was the theme for September.
“If you require drug testing for unemployment insurance claims are you going to drug test farmers for crop insurance next?” the Colfax farmer asked the candidate.