This photo taken by the Clark County Sheriff's Department shows the aftermath of a tractor-car crash in the town of Mayville Tuesday night.
A Dorchester woman and her three children suffered incapacitating injuries Tuesday night when the car they were in struck a tractor at the intersection of Hickory Road and Sandhill Avenue in the town of Mayville.
Colby fire chief Ross Rannow, center, speaks at a fire district committee meeting last Thursday in Abbotsford. Also pictured, from left to right, are Abbotsford fire chief Jody Apfelbeck, Abbotsford EMT chief Travis Nixsdorf, firefighter/EMT Al Nixdorf, Pat Kampmeyer and Colby EMT Lin Mueller.
A pay rate of $15 per for firefighters is one of the recommendations that came out of a two-hour-long personnel committee meeting last Thursday for the new Central Fire and EMS District.
This overhead drawing developed by the Cedar Corporation shows a proposed layout for the new Colby Public Library, which is to be built on the current site of Colby District Education Center on Spence Street. Plans for the proposed 10,600 square building are set to be reviewed by the city’s planning commission next Wednesday, Aug. 31, at 7:30 p.m. before being presented to the city council on Sept. 6.
The city of Colby has been awarded a $500,000 grant by the Wisconsin Department of Administration to help build a new library.
Colter Rueth, 6, smiles and wags his tongue as he pedals his way down Hemlock Street during Abbotsford’s First City Days festitivies on Sunday.
Images from Abbotsford's 2016 First City Days, held Aug. 12-14.
A mini rod known as the “Grim Reaper” rips across the dirt track during the Colby Puller Club’s annual truck and tractor pull this past Saturday night.
Images from the Colby Pullers Club's annual truck and tractor pull held Aug. 13.
Medal presented Taylor County Veterans Service Officer Jeff Hein presented Charles A. Strebel of Rib Lake with the Bronze Star Strebel earned while serving in the Korean War in 1951.
The date was July 14, 1951. Sergeant Charles A. Strebel, a 20 year old from Chicago, was in South Korea serving for the United States in the Korean War. Strebel was a radio operator for the United States Marine Corps. At the time, Strebel was in his normal position with the artillery battery.
The map above shows a new residential development proposed by CAP Services for land just east of Community Drive in Colby.
A new residential development for seniors and families has been proposed in Colby, but first the city needs to vacate a platted road that was set to run east off of Community Drive.
Classic cars of all makes, models and colors will once again fill Red Arrow Park on Sunday as part of First City Days.
Abbotsford’s 11th annual First City Days kicks off this Friday with a 6 p.m. antique tractor pull at Red Arrow Park.
County personnel committee chairman Chuck Zenner listens to a proposal to revamp how child abuse and neglect reports are screened.
Tammy Tom-Steinmetz, director of Taylor County human services wants to make sure children at risk for abuse or neglect get the services they need when they need them. Tom-Steinmetz came to the county’s personnel committee last week seeking support for a new four-county initiative to help make sure that happens.
A crowd of military veterans and others gathered at The Highground Veterans Memorial Park on Saturday to dedicate “The Bootprint,” a memorial built in honor of all those who served in Afghanistan, Iraq and throughout the Middle East over the past 15 years.
From the sky and even gazing down from the plaza apex of The Highground veterans memorial near Neillsville, the new tribute to veterans of recent Persian Gulf conflicts is seen as a large footprint, a symbol of the lasting imprint made by U.S. veterans in the Middle East over the last 15 years.
Dr. Troy Schrock, seen here in 2008 shortly after he opened Country Health Clinic in Unity, has been reprimanded by the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Public Service after three of his patients died.
A Unity-based doctor who serves the area’s Amish and Mennonite population has been reprimanded by the state after investigations of three patient deaths uncovered flaws with his medical care.
The graphic shows plans for Phase 1 of a proposed renovation at Clark County Health and Rehabilitation Center near Owen.
In a sort of Field of Dreams scenario of “If you build it, they will come,” the Clark County Board of Supervisors will be asked in the next two months to support a $9 million upgrade to the Rehabilitation and Living Center near Owen in hopes of making it more competitive.
This photo taken by the Clark County Sheriff's Department shows the aftermath of a tractor-car crash in the town of Mayville Tuesday night.
Colby fire chief Ross Rannow, center, speaks at a fire district committee meeting last Thursday in Abbotsford. Also pictured, from left to right, are Abbotsford fire chief Jody Apfelbeck, Abbotsford EMT chief Travis Nixsdorf, firefighter/EMT Al Nixdorf, Pat Kampmeyer and Colby EMT Lin Mueller.
This overhead drawing developed by the Cedar Corporation shows a proposed layout for the new Colby Public Library, which is to be built on the current site of Colby District Education Center on Spence Street. Plans for the proposed 10,600 square building are set to be reviewed by the city’s planning commission next Wednesday, Aug. 31, at 7:30 p.m. before being presented to the city council on Sept. 6.
Colter Rueth, 6, smiles and wags his tongue as he pedals his way down Hemlock Street during Abbotsford’s First City Days festitivies on Sunday.
A mini rod known as the “Grim Reaper” rips across the dirt track during the Colby Puller Club’s annual truck and tractor pull this past Saturday night.
Medal presented Taylor County Veterans Service Officer Jeff Hein presented Charles A. Strebel of Rib Lake with the Bronze Star Strebel earned while serving in the Korean War in 1951.
The map above shows a new residential development proposed by CAP Services for land just east of Community Drive in Colby.
Classic cars of all makes, models and colors will once again fill Red Arrow Park on Sunday as part of First City Days.
County personnel committee chairman Chuck Zenner listens to a proposal to revamp how child abuse and neglect reports are screened.
A crowd of military veterans and others gathered at The Highground Veterans Memorial Park on Saturday to dedicate “The Bootprint,” a memorial built in honor of all those who served in Afghanistan, Iraq and throughout the Middle East over the past 15 years.
Dr. Troy Schrock, seen here in 2008 shortly after he opened Country Health Clinic in Unity, has been reprimanded by the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Public Service after three of his patients died.
The graphic shows plans for Phase 1 of a proposed renovation at Clark County Health and Rehabilitation Center near Owen.

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Gilman's Brady Emstrom (middle) celebrates scoring a touchdown in the first quarter of tonight's game against Athens. The Blue Jays won 40-13. BRYAN WEGTER/THE STAR NEWS
Football scores involving Taylor County high schools: Rib Lake-Prentice 44, Auburndale 7. Athens 40, Gilman 13.

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