Community service and leadership are at the heart of the Medford Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual recognition awards and this year’s recipients demonstrate those attributes in their actions every day.
A celebration of Tucker Westfall’s life took place on Friday as his family, friends and Athens varsity baseball teammates gathered to dedicate the renovated baseball field in honor of him. To see the full story, please call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review newspaper.
If anyone wants to see how quiet and attentive school-aged children can be, they need to visit the Eau Pleine Outdoors Club (EPOC) indoor archery shooting range in Stratford. To read the full story, please call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review newspaper.
Horseback riding on the Pine Line Rail Trail will not be allowed before May 15 and after November 15 each year.
Members of the Pine Line Rail Trail Commission put the restriction into effect at Tuesday night’s meeting after numerous complaints about horses damaging the trail surface when it is soft.
The hits came fast and hard, and the arms were live like electric currents as the Athens Bluejays won both games in their double header with the Abbotsford-Colby co-op on Thursday. To see the full story, please call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review newspaper.
Now in its second year, the Colby Hornets Trap League has expanded its numbers, and with that comes expanded aspirations.
“Expectations have changed to a certain extent,” returning head coach Jon Burnett said. “In a way the expectations have changed because the team is younger.”
Firefighters from Stetsonville and Medford fire departments responded to a two vehicle crash on Hwy 13 near the Gravel Road intersection Wednesday before 7:45 a.m. At least one person was transported by ambulance following the crash between a passenger vehicle and a semi-trailer.
Seniors Carter Hanke of Marathon and Kenadi Diedrich of Athens’ high school basketball careers resembled each other, because both of them tried to meet high expectations set by their older siblings.. To see the full story, please call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review newspaper.
Tanner Halopka might only be 13 years old, but he’s already been wrestling for nearly a decade, ever since he was four years old.
A member of the Team Wisconsin wrestling team, Tanner is already a junior All-American. On March 23, he added state champion to his resume.