Members of the Abbotsford Falcons football team hoist up the WIAA Division 7 Level 4 Runner-up plaque presented after Friday’s game against Bangor.
When the 2017 football season began for the Abbotsford Falcons it was a hot and humid day in July. When it ended it was on a cold, dark and chilly night in November last week Friday at Dorais Field in Chippewa Falls as the Falcons fell 30-7 to a bruising running game courtesy of the No. 2 seeded Bangor Cardinals.
Fred Schindler took this photo of his horse barn as it was engulfed in flames early Friday morning.
The cause of an early morning fire that destroyed a horse barn near Curtiss last Friday is unknown at this point, according to Owen-Withee-Curtiss fire chief Jason Thornton.
Firefighters from the Medford Area Fire Department were called to a house fire at the corner of State and Second Streets in across from the Taylor County Courthouse in downtown Medford Tuesday evening. The flames were quickly knocked down and firefighters began searching the building for hotspots and potential cause.
Firefighters from the Medford Area Fire Department were called to a house fire at the corner of Division and Second Streets across from the Taylor County Courthouse in downtown Medford Tuesday evening. The flames were quickly knocked down and firefighters began searching the building for hotspots and potential cause.
Stratford’s volleyball team enjoyed a historic season, in which the Tigers played in their first ever Division 3 state semifinal match on Friday at the Resch Center in Green Bay, despite losing to Eau Claire Regis. Call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review to see the full story.
Marissa Ellenbecker won the Division 3 girls cross country individual state championship, despite the challenge of running in a brisk wind on Saturday afternoon at The Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids. Call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review to see the full story.
Emergency personnel were called to the Taylor Count Courthouse slightly before 4 pm on Oct. 30  in response to individuals passing out while in the building. Courthouse staff was evacuated from the building, but then allowed to reenter before being told to leave for the day. Firefighters from the Medford Area Fire Department are searching the building. EMTS transported an individual from the building. More information will be posted as it becomes known.
Emergency personnel were called to the Taylor Count Courthouse slightly before 4 pm on Monday, Oct. 30 in response to individuals passing out while in the building. Courthouse staff was evacuated from the building, but then allowed to reenter before being told to leave for the day.
Stratford’s volleyball team fended off a pesky Abbotsford squad at home on Saturday to capture its second consecutive Division 3 regional championship. No. 1 seed Stratford, 42-1, will play against No. 3 seed Athens, 33-11, in a Division 3 sectional semifinal rematch from last season, at 7 p.m. this Thursday, Oct. 26 at Auburndale High School.
Friday night marked another classic low-scoring battle between the archrival Edgar and Stratford football teams, with the Wildcats winning the 61st game between the two schools, 10-0, to garner its first outright Marawood Conference championship in three years. To see the full story, subscribe to The Record-Review by calling 715-223-2342.
Emily, Ava and Ryan Kramer of Chicago were in Taylor County on Saturday visiting relatives near Owen when they stopped at the Medford Cooperative Convenience Store to paint pumpkins and visit with farm animals. The Medford FFA was on hand pumping gas and talking about agriculture. A large number of youth came out despite the rainy weather.
Emily, Ava and Ryan Kramer of Chicago were in Taylor County on Saturday visiting relatives near Owen when they stopped at the Medford Cooperative Convenience Store to paint pumpkins and visit with farm animals. The Medford FFA was on hand pumping gas and talking about agriculture. A large number of youth came out despite the rainy weather.
Stratford’s volleyball team won the school’s first ever Marawood Conference championship on Tuesday, one season after the Tigers captured the first Division 3 regional title in school history. To see the full story, call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review.
Coach Barb Anderson said she was humbled by the outpouring of support from the community and former players that took place at Tuesday night’s game. Anderson has coached girls volleyball in Rib Lake for 34 years and plans to step away from coaching at the end of the season. Tuesday was her last regular season home match.
It took a little while for Barb Anderson to figure out something was up.
The Athens volleyball team stunned highly ranked Wausau Newman Catholic with a 3-1 win during Saturday’s Marawood Conference Crossover match in Stratford. Subscribe to The Record-Review by calling 715-223-2342 to see the full story.
Members of the Abbotsford Falcons football team hoist up the WIAA Division 7 Level 4 Runner-up plaque presented after Friday’s game against Bangor.
Fred Schindler took this photo of his horse barn as it was engulfed in flames early Friday morning.
Firefighters from the Medford Area Fire Department were called to a house fire at the corner of State and Second Streets in across from the Taylor County Courthouse in downtown Medford Tuesday evening. The flames were quickly knocked down and firefighters began searching the building for hotspots and potential cause.
Emergency personnel were called to the Taylor Count Courthouse slightly before 4 pm on Oct. 30  in response to individuals passing out while in the building. Courthouse staff was evacuated from the building, but then allowed to reenter before being told to leave for the day. Firefighters from the Medford Area Fire Department are searching the building. EMTS transported an individual from the building. More information will be posted as it becomes known.
Emily, Ava and Ryan Kramer of Chicago were in Taylor County on Saturday visiting relatives near Owen when they stopped at the Medford Cooperative Convenience Store to paint pumpkins and visit with farm animals. The Medford FFA was on hand pumping gas and talking about agriculture. A large number of youth came out despite the rainy weather.
Coach Barb Anderson said she was humbled by the outpouring of support from the community and former players that took place at Tuesday night’s game. Anderson has coached girls volleyball in Rib Lake for 34 years and plans to step away from coaching at the end of the season. Tuesday was her last regular season home match.

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Rib Lake's Cameron Scheithauer races to an easy left-handed lay-up after a first-half steal during Rib Lake's 64-20 blowout win over Chequamegon Monday. Photo by Matt Frey/The Star News
Monday, Nov. 20 Rib Lake 64, Chequamegon 20 Rib Lake improves to 2-0 in Marawood North, 3-0 overall. Next: Rib Lake at Tomahawk, Nov. 28 at 7:15 p.m.

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