Fresh off a program first WIAA D-5 regional title, the Athens Bluejays 2019-20 campaign is off to a perfect start after the ‘Jays moved to 3-0 with a pair of road wins. To read the full story, please call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review newspaper.
It’s difficult for a new basketball coach at either a high school or college to immediately guide a team to a winning record. To see the full story on the Athens varsity girls basketball team, please call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review newspaper.
HELP FOR THE HOLIDAYS - Conrad Flink adds LED lights to the manger float for the Abbotsford Christmas Parade that will take place on Saturday, Dec. 7. Nine students in Randy Pempek’s shop class have been making upgrades to the fan favorite float since September.
Nestled in a small corner of central Wisconsin is the small city of Abbotsford, and its 2,300 residents. For nearly 50 years, people have been flocking to this place to see a spectacle unlike any other in the state.
For two brief moments the Edgar Wildcats football team experienced the highest of highs, only to see that elation quickly disappear and become one of bitter disappointment. To view the full state finals game story, please call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review newspaper.
WORDS OF WISDOM - Abbotsford Falcons head football coach Jake Knapmiller speaks to his players after their Level Four playoff loss. The Falcons were attempting to reach the state title game for the first time, but fell short against the Ramblers in Chippewa Falls.
The Abbotsford Falcons found themselves in familiar territory on Friday night, playing the Regis Ramblers at Dorais Field in Chippewa Falls in a Level Four playoff game. The prize - a trip to Camp Randall on UW - Madison’s campus, and a shot at the WIAA D-6 state title.
When the 2019 football season began there was just one word that was on the lips of every member of the Edgar Wildcats as they suited up for practice, and that word was redemption. To ready the full story, please call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review newspaper.
 Father Patrick McConnell blessed the boxes before they were sent off to be delivered.
Students at Holy Rosary School in Medford in partnership with youth from four other parishes collected 260 Boxes of Joy that will be sent as Christmas gifts to children in developing countries.
Medford resident Mitch Mertens shows the city council a letter informing him a past-due utility bill would be placed on his taxes. Mertens purchased the previously bank-owned property in August and argued that he should not be responsible for the prior owner’s unpaid bills.
A Medford property owner is being forced to pay utility bills from before he owned the property.
Over the course of his many years as the Marathon Red Raiders head cross-country and boys track and field coach EJ Otto has seen it all. His boisterous and energetic personality has inspired countless student-athletes at Marathon High to accomplish great things.
I’M NOT LETTING GO OF THE BALL - Isaac Karl refuses to relinquish the pigskin during Colby’s game with Regis on Friday. The Hornets struggled to move the ball against the Ramblers, falling 36-0.
Colby was hoping to reverse the script on Friday night, and dearly wished to play the part of spoiler, but the number one ranked team in all Division 6 proved too much for the Hornets to handle, and Colby lost by a score of 36-0 ,ending their season with an 8-3 overall record.
Marathon boys and girls cross-country coach EJ Otto provided his teams with a little extra motivation on Friday afternoon, before they boarded a school bus to compete in the WIAA Division 3 sectional race at Erbach Park in Athens. To read the full story, please call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review newspaper.
Athens senior Johnathon Nowacki is striving to conclude his high school cross country-running career with strong finishes in the conference, sectional and state championship races this month. To read the full story, please call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review newspaper.
HELP FOR THE HOLIDAYS - Conrad Flink adds LED lights to the manger float for the Abbotsford Christmas Parade that will take place on Saturday, Dec. 7. Nine students in Randy Pempek’s shop class have been making upgrades to the fan favorite float since September.
WORDS OF WISDOM - Abbotsford Falcons head football coach Jake Knapmiller speaks to his players after their Level Four playoff loss. The Falcons were attempting to reach the state title game for the first time, but fell short against the Ramblers in Chippewa Falls.
 Father Patrick McConnell blessed the boxes before they were sent off to be delivered.
Medford resident Mitch Mertens shows the city council a letter informing him a past-due utility bill would be placed on his taxes. Mertens purchased the previously bank-owned property in August and argued that he should not be responsible for the prior owner’s unpaid bills.
I’M NOT LETTING GO OF THE BALL - Isaac Karl refuses to relinquish the pigskin during Colby’s game with Regis on Friday. The Hornets struggled to move the ball against the Ramblers, falling 36-0.

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Medford senior Jake Rau pins his opponent during Thursday's 51-30 win at home. Photo by Matt Frey/The Star News.
WRESTLING Medford defeated Rhinelander 51-30 BASKETBALL Boys Colby defeated Gilman 61-49 Girls Medford defeated Tomahawk 61-12

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