On April 6 voters in the Grantsburg School District will be voting on multiple referendum questions. The first is for over $17 million to renovate and update facilities and a second question will address a second gymnasium at the high school.
The Highway department removed roughly 80 tons of asphalt pavement from the N. Williams Road bridge deck. The bridge is still posted at 10 tons while alternative plans are analyzed.
Siren officials voted to open the DMV services at the Village office by appointment only. The Village office will also remain open by appointment only.
In the State of State address, Gov. Tony Evers talked about strengthening rural broadband and upgrading the state's unemployment system. Here is the full text from his speech from Jan. 12.
There will be five opportunities to get a free COVID-19 test in Siren through March. Drive-thru testing will be in Siren just north of the Southwinds Plaza.
A campground planned in the Town of Swiss was denied a conditional use permit Tuesday afternoon following hours of public comments which included a letter from the town board opposing the 180-unit campground.
GREEN BAY—All that stands between Green Bay and its first Super Bowl berth in a decade is the one team that managed to shut down the Packers’ high-powered offense this season.
“The first win was important to help build confidence and take off some stress as they learn to trust each other on the floor and as they get comfortable with the new offenses and defenses they are learning,” Grantsburg girls coach Tom Lindau said.
So, how about that snow (or lack thereof)?
By this time next week, we will know the two football teams that are headed to the Super Bowl. This is the time of year every professional football fan lives for as the best of the best teams match up to play for the title.
It’s all set. The Packers play the Los Angeles Rams (I guess St. Louis wasn’t glitzy enough for the Rams, I’m pretty sure there aren’t many male sheep roaming around LA) on Saturday.