Representatives from the land services department gave suggestions to the Large Scale Livestock Study (LSLS) committee about how they could better prepare the county for decisions regarding concentrated animal feeding operations or CAFOs. These include which zoning districts should allow CAF…
Representatives from Cooper Engineering and Webster Public Works will be out checking to see how much sludge is in the Webster sewer ponds.
Meetings between the new camp owners on Wood Lake and the Concerned Citizens of Big Wood Lake have been getting positive as they work towards an agreement everybody will love.
“As soon as it began to dry it started to bubble and once paint starts to bubble it starts to peel,” Highway Commissioner Mike Hoefs said of the highway storage building in Siren.
A Vadnais Heights, Minn. man sat in court last week in an orange uniform with the “Burnett County Jail” printed on the back. He has been accused of burglarizing Tesora Restaurant in Siren back in December of 2018.
The Siren Area Economic Development Advisory Committee (SEDAC) has just completed phase two, the engagement phase, of their planning project with their consultant Civic 4 LLC of Madison. Appreciation is given to all who provided input during this part of the process which has resulted in dev…
Two Siren Alumni got to compete against each other for the first time since high school at the Yellowjacket Open on Saturday, Feb. 15 in Superior. Tanner Lee is competing in his second season for the University of Wisconsin - Yellowjackets. He competed in the men's weight throw and shot put.…
Crex 18 Rampage Grantsburg Club Volleyball Team competed in a two-day tournament Feb. 15-16. They were undefeated against seven different teams earning Champions of the NorthStar Presidents Day Challenge - Club Division.
SIREN – The news didn’t get any better for the WSFLG boys co-op hockey team.
WEBSTER – Another chance to reach the .500 mark comes this week, though it won’t accompany another chance to affect the Lakeland West race.
GRANTSBURG – Brooke Quimby became one of the high-five scorers last week.
There is an addiction in our society that no one is talking about. We have an addiction to the super mini-computers we keep in our pockets (most of the time just inches away from our reproduction organs).
Even though we had our coldest night of the winter last week, signs are favorable for warmer weather. The sun is rising sooner in the morning and setting after we come home from work. You can feel it in the air, springtime is coming.
“The question arises at this point, why are there so many black sheep in journalism? Why so many ‘fakes?’ Why is the epidemic of ‘yellow journalism’ so prevalent? This phrase is applied to newspapers which delight in sensations, crime, scandal, smut, funny pictures, caricatures and malicious…