Wisconsin has launched a new campaign encouraging Wisconsinites to take steps to protect themselves and their communities from the coronavirus.
The Webster Village Board was told within the next week the process of painting the village water tower will begin.
Over the last 30 days the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Burnett County has tripled, going from 30 cases in mid-August to over 90 cases today.
A Burnett County inmate destroyed newly installed visiting video station equipment.
Two motorists were cited for 5th or 6th OWI in Burnett County in August. One was found drink-ing a beer behind the wheel and another drove into a mailbox and ended up in a ditch.
The Mary Ann Erickson Memorial Grantsburg Public Library is proud to announce hiring Sara Christopherson as library director.
10-year-old Will Estridge harvested his first bear while hunting with his father, Bill Estridge, and grandfather, Rick Estridge. His grandfather drew a harvest tag and passed it down to Will through the Wisconsin Bear Hunters Mentoring Program.
Webster Cross Country has had three meets this year, including their home race at Yellow Lake Golf Course. Coach Roy Ward says his team is working hard and getting back into the swing of things.
After some worry and concern the Lakeland Conference schools have agreed to go forward with the fall sports season with a few changes.
It was a cool night for hot shooters at Fishbowl Sportmen's Club in Webster, July 29. Jon Zibell shot 100 straight, Dylan Matter (not pictured), Dallas Miller and Harlo Olson Jr. and Kekoa Narvaez all shot 25 straight with Kekoa getting his first (and celebratory hat shoot) and Harlo shootin…
The Siren Ball Park Men and Women’s Softball League ended their 2020 season last week with their final tournament. The women’s championship tournament took place on Monday, August 3, while the men’s took place on Wednesday, August 5.