Kids in the Fair . . . Everywhere is the theme of the 2017 Taylor County Fair. The fair opened on Thursday, Aug. 3 and runs through Sunday, Aug. 6. The fairgrounds are located at the corner of Hwy 13 and 64 in Medford.
Marathon senior tight end Nathan Stoffel has given a verbal commitment to play football at the University of South Dakota, which is a Division 1 Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) college. To see the full story, call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review newspaper.
Sand Box Child Care & Preschool is once again raising the bar on child care services in Taylor County.
The center recently received national accreditation for its child care services. The process evaluates the center’s facilities, staff, programming and leadership to determine if they meet high standards.
Marathon’s 9U baseball team won its home tournament in impressive fashion on Saturday by outscoring its three opponents by a dominating 43-0 margin. Call The Record-Review at 715-223-2342 to subscribe and see the rest of the story.
Honoring the earth really is what the Native-led organization, Honor the Earth, has set out to do for over 24 years. On July 10, Honor the Earth, led by founder Winona LaDuke, started their 5th annual Love Water, Not Oil Spiritual Horseback Ride in Nekoosa and stopped for the night in Gilman.
While Randy and Donna Butalla of Marathon strolled onto the Halder tractor pull and little league tournament grounds on Saturday, they stopped to say how much they appreciate all the volunteer work the Baur and Martin families do in Halder. Subscribe to The Record-Review newspaper by calling 715-223-2342 to see the full story.
This year’s Colby Cheese Days parade will feature a piece of local history that recently made its way out of the museum and into a repair shop.
A 1924 Wards Hawthorne moped — originally built by Harvey Meacham — will be part of the Rural Art Museum’s entry into Sunday’s parade, which starts at noon in Colby.