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Attorney General Josh Kaul recently announced the membership of Wisconsin’s Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Task Force, charged with helping to fight the abduction, homicide, violence and trafficking of Indigenous women in Wisconsin.
Grantsburg officials approved making improvements to the community pool thanks to a donation from the Grantsburg school district.
Gov. Tony Evers recently directed Department of Health Services (DHS) Secretary-designee Andrea Palm to issue Emergency Order #3 limiting public gatherings to no more than 25 percent of a room or building’s total occupancy.
In 1914 James Jordan shot the world record typical white-tailed deer outside of Danbury. Next spring, the town of Swiss, members of County government and Whitetails Unlimited hope there will be a replica statue in Danbury to commemorate the Jordan Buck.
“911, what is your emergency?”
Youth football in Grantsburg wrapped up last Saturday, October 10, with over 60 kids participating in grades 1-6. In the 5th and 6th grade division, the Black team took home the flag football championship.
Webster lead at halftime 26-8. They could not get any momentum in the second half losing 26-28 to Lake Holcombe/Cornell.
The Grantsburg Pirates scored early and often against the Unity Eagles which lead to a big victory. Now Grantsburg prepares to meet the only undefeated team in the Lakeland conference this Friday against Hurley.
The Siren Dragons picked up their first victory on the road against the Frederic Vikings. The Dragons struggled to get going in the first half but were able to leave with a decisive victory 40-22.
After suffering a loss from the Webster Tigers last Tuesday night, it tied the Grantsburg Pirate’s Volleyball record- they both only lost one game during the season, from each other. The Pirates then went on to play Clear Lake Thursday Night and Shell Lake on Saturday, winning both games and…
As you may remember, I almost died in my car a couple of weeks ago, thanks to an inattentive driver. When I got home following that ordeal, I got quite the shock when opening the mailbox.
Just a little over a week to the scariest night of the year. No, not Election Night, silly. Halloween!
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