Stratford’s volleyball players, especially the seven seniors, shed tears knowing they came just short of their season goal of winning a WIAA Division 3 state championship on Saturday against Lake Country Lutheran. To read the full story, please call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review newspaper.
Hoping to one day establish a new industrial park just north of STH 29, Abbotsford’s elected officials are asking the state’s railroad commission to approve a new crossing for a road branching east off STH 13.
As you step inside the Coffee Coop in Colby, the first thing you notice is the smell. Fresh coffee and tea is brewing, filling the air with fragrant aromas.
As your gaze sweeps across the room, you notice the gleaming bakery filled with delicious sweets: muffins, cookies and turnovers.
For the third week in a row, the Colby/Abbotsford cross-country co-op hosted a cross-country meet on Saturday, this time the state qualifying WIAA sectional race.
As has been the case in their previous meet, Mother Nature had just as much say in determining the outcome as the runners themselves.
Edgar senior starting quarterback Karson Butt will be remembered for leading his varsity team to a last-second win in the 60th game in the storied rivalry between Edgar and Stratford. To see the full story, please call The Record-Review at 715-223-2342 to subscribe.
Muddy courses. Winds that whipped the leaves off trees. Temperatures in the low forties.
These were just a few of the obstacles Colby/Abbotsford cross-country had to overcome on Saturday, and that’s not counting the stiff competition that came to Colby for the Cloverbelt Conference championship meet.
Stratford’s varsity volleyball team has won the Marawood South Conference championship for the second straight season. The Tigers remain undefeated at 39-0 in matches and ranked No. 1 in Division 3, and they are awarded a first-round bye in Tuesday’s regional playoffs.