Siren officials are pleased with the relationship the village has with the new Burnett County Sheriff Tracy Finch. Finch spoke with the Siren village board for about 10 minutes last week and received thanks from a number of trustees.
When Grantsburg Baseball Coach Pete Johnson came to speak with the school board members this last Monday, he had a lot of wonderful ideas to share when it comes to his dream of the Jorgensen Youth Ballpark in front of the Elementary School. Since last Fall, he has been trying to receive some…
The Grantsburg Village board recently received a letter from someone in the Memory Lake Campground asking if they could be allowed to drive their golf carts on all public roads.
BEMIDJI, Minn.–– KJ’s of Wisconsin, Inc., announced it has entered into an agreement with SpartanNash to acquire the existing Gordy’s stores in Barron, Chetek and Cornell, Wisc. and rebrand the stores KJ’s Fresh Market. SpartanNash will continue to distribute grocery and fresh products to th…
The idea of a full-time assistant district attorney was met with conflicting opinions at the public safety committee meeting. District Attorney Joe Schieffer was in favor, but Clerk of Courts Jackie Baasch was not.
Four new council members were elected by members of the St. Croix Tribe of Chippewa in their election Saturday June 8, according to the unofficial vote count.
GRANTSBURG––Members of the Grantsburg Clay Target Shooting Team will be heading to Michigan for the National Championships due to a stellar performance at the State competition in Rome (rural Nekoosa) Wisconsin last weekend.
Grantsburg Alumni Leo Chenal added another high school honor to his shelf by winning High School Football Player of the Year at the Wisconsin Sports Awards.
GRAND CHUTE––It wasn't dry. It wasn't easy. It wasn't pretty, but the Webster Tigers held on to take a 4-3 win from the Athens Fighting Blue Jays to advance to the Championship game Thursday against the Belmont Braves or the Mineral Point Pointers at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium.
Congratulations to Jack Witzany of Webster who got a Hole in One on Saturday, June 1 at Fox Run Golf Course in Webster. This was Jack’s third career ace and his second on the same hole at Fox Run. He was playing the regulation course and was on Hole #8. Jack used a 7 iron for the 110 yard shot.
MINONG– The West Lakeland All Conference Softball teams have been determined and the names released.
There is this funny thing that happens outside my house most days around five in the evening. A student driver car pulls up in front of my house and uses my neighbor’s car to practice parallel parking.
I would like to talk with you about the state of local news in the early 21st century. I promise not to be too technical or whiny. No one likes a whiner.