Stratford’s wrestling team will get another shot at winning the school’s first team state championship. To read the full story, subscribe to The Record-Review by calling 715-223-2342.
An elevation drawing of the new Colby Public Library shows the east-facing entrance and parking. The building will have a copper-colored metal roof, cast concrete resembling rock and manufactured siding in between the roof and the masonry.
Members of Colby’s city council got one last look at the final floor plans and designs for the new Colby Public Library at their Feb. 7 monthly meeting.
An example of the Candy Heart Bingo on display at the Abbotsford Public Library.
Join the Abbotsford Public Library in celebrating Valentine’s Day in the sweetest way with Candy Heart Bingo. Instead of calling out “B 13” or “N 43” be prepared to hear “U R CUTE” or “BE MINE” as this bingo is played with sayings from a favorite holiday treat. There will be two opportunities to attend this event.
Last Friday night at Randall’s Beers and Cheers in Abbotsford, families fill the tables to enjoy food, drinks and a night out. In the background is the bar and the entrance into the kids arcade. A formal ribbon-cutting ceremony, hosted by the AbbyColby Crossings Chamber, was held the night before.
When Jack Pagels opened a new sports bar in Abbotsford two days before Thanksgiving, he wanted to do it quietly so his staff wouldn’t get slammed right away by a deluge of customers. “We did a real soft opening — no fanfare, no nothing,” he said. “All we did is put the open sign on. We didn’t even tell anybody we were opening.”
Dorchester police chief Gary Leichtman motions as he speaks with village board Randy Cook. Also pictured are village clerk Brooke Ruge, and trustees Mike Seubert and Oscar Underwood.
On the advice of their attorney, Dorchester’s village board members took no action last week against village president Wayne Rau after the police chief accused him of possibly violating a local ethics ordinance.
Dean Wiese and Roger Bartnick of the Midnight Riders pose for a picture on the trail groomer used in Abbotsford
Snowmobile trails in both Clark and Marathon counties are set to reopen on Friday, Feb. 3, which means the route through Abbotsford will also be open.
Although they started out as friends growing up in rural Gilman, Frank and Mary (Kowalczyk) Lencz reconnected in Chicago, Ill., and have spent the last 75 years as husband and wife. The couple says they are still in love, and that they wouldn’t change their life together.
What do a Purple Heart recipient and a welder have in common? How about 75 years of marriage for starters.
Chadwick Kayhart, left, is presented the Community Service Award from last year’s recipient, Jim Hager, at Saturday’s annual banquet.
There aren’t very many people in the area who don’t know about Cheese Days, the Abby Fall Festival or the Colby Dairy Breakfast. One person who helps make all these events run smoothly is Chad Kayhart, a dedicated volunteer who works behind the scenes.
Jim Maurina’s son, Scott, right, accepts the Lifetime Achievement Award from Dennis Kramer on behalf of his father at Saturday’s AbbyColby Crossings Chamber of Commerce banquet.
As a longtime funeral home director, Jim Maurina routinely dealt with people at the worst moment in life — immediately after the death of a loved one. “You cope with a lot of grief-stricken people, and you have to look at is a business and you’re there to serve people and do the best you can,” he said.
Kamren Bornbach has an opportunity on Saturday to become only the second wrestler in Stratford High School history to win four Marawood Conference championships. To see the full story, call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review newspaper.
The office staff at Badger State Western in Abbotsford. In back, from left to right, are Ryan Seefluth, Gary Hoff, Mike Stowell, Randy Kremsreiter, Kris Nosbisch and Jeff Seefluth; in front are Cheryl Dobeck, Joann Troka, Patty Klemm and Dorothy Beckman.
Truck drivers spend a lot of time on the open road, alone with their thoughts. More than 30 years ago, Dick Seefluth turned one of those thoughts into a successful business venture.
Attorney Bill Gamoke, representing the city of Abbotsford, speaks to municipal court judge Judy Kalepp during a motion hearing Wednesday. Also shown, from left to right, are attorney Adam Marshall, city clerk Jennifer Lopez and police chief Jason Bauer.
bbotsford’s municipal court judge has ruled that a trial is needed to determine whether or not business owner Hank Blazel is violating city ordinances, as alleged by city officials.
An elevation drawing of the new Colby Public Library shows the east-facing entrance and parking. The building will have a copper-colored metal roof, cast concrete resembling rock and manufactured siding in between the roof and the masonry.
An example of the Candy Heart Bingo on display at the Abbotsford Public Library.
Last Friday night at Randall’s Beers and Cheers in Abbotsford, families fill the tables to enjoy food, drinks and a night out. In the background is the bar and the entrance into the kids arcade. A formal ribbon-cutting ceremony, hosted by the AbbyColby Crossings Chamber, was held the night before.
Dorchester police chief Gary Leichtman motions as he speaks with village board Randy Cook. Also pictured are village clerk Brooke Ruge, and trustees Mike Seubert and Oscar Underwood.
Dean Wiese and Roger Bartnick of the Midnight Riders pose for a picture on the trail groomer used in Abbotsford
Although they started out as friends growing up in rural Gilman, Frank and Mary (Kowalczyk) Lencz reconnected in Chicago, Ill., and have spent the last 75 years as husband and wife. The couple says they are still in love, and that they wouldn’t change their life together.
Chadwick Kayhart, left, is presented the Community Service Award from last year’s recipient, Jim Hager, at Saturday’s annual banquet.
Jim Maurina’s son, Scott, right, accepts the Lifetime Achievement Award from Dennis Kramer on behalf of his father at Saturday’s AbbyColby Crossings Chamber of Commerce banquet.
The office staff at Badger State Western in Abbotsford. In back, from left to right, are Ryan Seefluth, Gary Hoff, Mike Stowell, Randy Kremsreiter, Kris Nosbisch and Jeff Seefluth; in front are Cheryl Dobeck, Joann Troka, Patty Klemm and Dorothy Beckman.
Attorney Bill Gamoke, representing the city of Abbotsford, speaks to municipal court judge Judy Kalepp during a motion hearing Wednesday. Also shown, from left to right, are attorney Adam Marshall, city clerk Jennifer Lopez and police chief Jason Bauer.

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