The youngsters of Burnett County have submitted their responses to the prompts:
The Branstad Bucks were officially recognized as a new club as part of Burnett County 4-H. Tessa Zeller, of the Branstad Bucks, accepted the official starter set from Beth Rank, 4-H Youth and Family Development Educator.
On Monday, November 11 at 10 a.m. in the Grantsburg High School gymnasium, Grantsburg High School will host its annual Veterans Day program. Community members and all school district students are invited to join us in honoring Veterans.
A Webster man has been charged with multiple counts of arson and two domestic violence related charges after allegedly burning items belonging to his girlfriend and her children.
Charles H. Beenken, 40, Frederic, pleaded guilty but not guilty due to mental disease or defect to child abuse – intentionally cause great bodily harm in Burnett County stemming from an incident last November.
Carol Ahlquist, the Director of Nursing at the Continuing Care Center (CCC) in Grantsburg was the first recipient to receive the Service Above Self award.
MADISON – Five football players from the coverage area were included in the recently-released Academic All-State Team from the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association.
MADISON – Two Grantsburg graduates were on the winning sideline for an important football game on Saturday.
WEBSTER – The stride toward a fast start later became a bit of a hobble.
LA CROSSE – The Grantsburg volleyball team had good reason to feel good about its match on Saturday.
WISCONSIN RAPIDS – Will Gerber concluded his sophomore season for the Grantsburg boys cross country team with a top-50 finish in the WIAA Division 3 state final on Saturday. While Ayla Meyer was one of several freshmen making their first appearance in the WIAA Division 3 girls state final on…
This year the Sentinel hosted Main Street Treats. It was the inaugural year and feedback has been incredibly positive. Photos from the event along with the winner of the costume contest can be found in this paper.
Well, Halloween and fall are over, Christmas and winter are coming up soon. Oh, and there’s that slight detour for Thanksgiving to deal with as well.
Recent developments in Madison have threatened livestock siting rule changes, leaving our water and rural communities at risk.