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PRESCOTT - Katy Syverson was crowned Homecoming Queen for 2013 at Prescott High School. Syverson, a senior and captain of the volleyball team was crowned after the match Thursday evening. She helped her Cardinal team rally to beat rival Ellsworth. The Homecoming King will be crowned at halftime of the football game this evening between Prescott and Baldwin-Woodville this evening at Laney Field.
GREEN BAY - Green Bay Packers’ linebacker Clay Matthews returned to practice today for the first time since he injured a hamstring 10 days ago against Cincinnati. Packers' Coach Mike McCarthy said Matthews was limited, but he has made a lot of progress – and the coach hopes he’ll make more tomorrow. McCarthy also said corner Casey Hayward will again sit out of Sunday’s home contest against Detroit with the hamstring injury he suffered ov
GRANTSBURG - Fire crews in Burnett County continue working on the aftermath of a blaze that burned about 600 acres. The fire near Grantsburg, where a planned burn area went beyond the allotted 500 acres.
ST. CLOUD, Minn. - Stearns County prosecutors will convene a grand jury to seek a first-degree murder indictment against the St.
Shutdown or not, the White House warned there would be glitches on the first day that people could buy health insurance in the Obama-care exchanges. In Wisconsin, many who tried signing up online yesterday were greeted with a message that "The system is down at the moment." Those signing up by phone had long waits.
It's Day-Two of the federal government's partial shutdown, with no end in sight as the two parties stand their ground. For Wisconsin, it has meant more limited recreation opportunities with the closings of national parks, forests, and wildlife refuges -- a reduction of in-state troops with the furloughs of 840 National Guard members and 900 civilians at Fort McCoy -- and a warning of possible cuts to
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Two teenagers are charged in connection with the homicide of an Annandale man. Nineteen-year-old Tyler Fisher of Annandale and 19-year-old Samara Juhl of Otsego were arrested in connection with the death of 42-year-old Kyle Greene, who was found dead inside his home last Saturday. According to the criminal complaint, information was discovered that suggests that Greene sold methamphetamine and was known to carry a large amount of cash in his wallet. Prosecutors say that Juhl and Fisher allegedly admitted to knowing about the robbery and murder of
NEW RICHMOND - After being shuout completely in the previous two Middle Border Conference meets, the Ellsworth High School girls' tennis team not only scored point in this year's meet but also had place winners as well. The Panthers' No. 3 doubles team of Kendra Thoen and Allyson Stoetzel placed third and the No. 2 doubles team of Marissa Schumaker and Kenzie Anderson placed fourth. No. 1 singles player Jordan Olson had Ellsworth's highest finish in singles action as she placed fifth. Ellsworth finished sixth in the meet with five points, one point out of fourth place.