Election season continues in Burnett County. Two villages held their caucuses and both ballots will have four candidates vying for three seats for the spring election.
A soil scientist recently gave a presentation at the Government Center stating there are risks as well as benefits, it all depends on management.
WEBSTER––The Webster village board is looking at replacing street light poles on State Highway 35. However, it could be quite costly depending on the material they use.
GRANTSBURG––The Grantsburg Public Library was full of constituents for a listening session held by State Senator Patty Schachtner. Over 50 attended the event which focused primarily on the proposed concentrated animal feeding operation or CAFO.
State Senator Tom Tiffany is making his way around the region as he continues his campaign to fill the seat of Sean Duffy in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Highway Commisioner Mike Hoefs gave an update to the Infrastructure committee after state Department of Transportation (DOT) officials came to Alpha with a preposition about the speed limit on State Highway 70.
Grantsburg Pirate, Olivia Ohnstad was awarded on January 14 after their game against Frederic for achieving over 500 career rebounds. She received a basketball that was customized with her name and the number 500 for reaching the 500 rebounds milestone. Only a select few students from Grants…
SUPERIOR – In her third year, Jenna Curtis believes she is on the best University of Wisconsin-Superior women’s hockey team since she arrived.
SIREN – A more prime opportunity may not present itself.
WEBSTER – A four-game win streak got the Webster boys basketball team a winning record for the first time this season.
SIREN – After a lengthy drought in Lakeland West competition, the Siren girls basketball team has moved-on to larger tasks.
All is right in the world. The Green Bay Packers are playing on Sunday for a chance to play in the Super Bowl and the Minnesota Vikings season is over.
So maybe I spoke too soon?
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