Kaitlyn Brooks and Berenice Lira both smacked home runs to power the Athens softball team to a 12-2 win against Chequamegon at home on Monday. Subscribe to The Record-Review by calling 715-223-2342 to read the full story.
Jake Peissig, back center, explains how his farm’s robotic milkers work as students watch them in action during a tour at JTP Dairy near Dorchester Saturday.
With blue plastic booties wrapped around their shoes, dozens of high school students and their teachers shuffled their way around the Heeg Brothers Dairy Saturday afternoon, walking between calf hutches, a large freestall barn and a machine shed with a hands-on exhibit displaying the inner-workings of a dairy cow.
While students work on various welding projects in Abbotsford High School’s shop class, Gov. Scott Walker speaks to teacher John Slipek, left, and principal Ryan Bargender, right, during Friday’s visit.
Speaking to the student body of Abbotsford High School last Friday, Gov. Scott Walker said today’s seniors and juniors have a lot to be optimistic about as they prepare to enter the workforce. “Your future is as bright as you want it to be,” he said. “There’s not a career that you can’t pursue that isn’t overwhelmingly hiring.”
Supervisor Sue Breneman makes a point during a conversation with fellow supervisor Ray Soper prior to the start of Tuesday’s county board session. The county had a lengthy agenda taking up several ordinances, a proposed increase in supervisor pay as well as discussing the ownership and future maintenance of the Chelsea Lake Dam. After county clerk Bruce Strama argued in favor of the dam action being in the form of a resolution to be presented at the next meeting, Breneman replied that they had better meet s
Taylor County will take responsibility and ownership of the Chelsea Lake Dam. At least it will if county board members approve a formal resolution stating that at their next meeting.
 Ted Goodrich, an author from Rib Lake, poses with a copy of his book, “In My Own Words,” which recounts his recovery from a traumatic brain injury.
Ted Goodrich has little memory of his life before the age of 23. For a long time, his parents, siblings and childhood friends were complete strangers to him. It was as if the first two decades of his existence were erased from his mind, along with all the knowledge and skills one learns in their formative years.
UW-Stout professor Forrest Schultz, president of the state Science Olympiad program, presented the first place trophy to Richard Colwell and Lauren Carstensen, captains of the Medford Area Senior High School Science Olympiad team. A mix-up in the scoring at Saturday’s state tournament in Milwaukee had the Medford team announced as taking second place. The error was caught and Schultz came to Medford on Monday morning to present the team with the first place trophy. This is the first time Medford has won the
Disappointment turned to elation this week for members of the Medford Area Senior High School Science Olympiad team.
Stratford senior Cole Hoffmann accumulated an impressive seven hits, seven RBIs and four runs scored in a combined eight at bats in back-to-back home games this past week against Abbotsford and Edgar. Subscribe to The Record-Review by calling 715-223-2342 to see the full story.
Architect Rita Liddell of the Cedar Corporation speaks to the Colby city council April 4 about the bids that came in for the new library, which is slated to be built later this year.
Colby’s city council last week awarded a $1.8 million contract to S.D. Ellenbecker of Athens to build a new library on the current site of the Colby District Education Center.
Ralph Ottum, senior vice president of Colby VFW Post 2227, lays a wreath in honor of those who died in the line of duty at a monument at Colby Memorial Cemetery last Memorial Day. The association that runs the cemetery requested $2,200 in funding from Clark County to pay for the upkeep of military veterans graves, but that request was denied.
Attorney Tom Harnisch, when speaking to his clients on the Colby Memorial Cemetery board of directors last week, said he recently coined an expression to drive home the importance of maintaining cemeteries, especially those with the graves of military veterans.
Packers player Jake Ryan shakes hands with fan Tristan Webb during Tuesday's Packers Tailgate Tour event at Black River Industries in Medford. BRYAN WEGTER/THE STAR NEWS
Black River Industries in Medford hosted the first official stop for the Green Bay Packers on their 2017 Tailgate Tour.
City of Medford residents will be able to drop off their old trash cans at the Advanced Disposal transfer station on Jensen Dr. after new carts are delivered in mid-April.
Garbage pick-up in the city of Medford is changing. Dale Marth of Advanced Disposal updated members of the Medford city council about the changes during Monday’s committee of the whole meeting.
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Bert Nitzke, a nationally certified incident command instructor and active firefighter and EMT, has been hired as the part-time chief of the new Central Fire and EMS District.
Jake Peissig, back center, explains how his farm’s robotic milkers work as students watch them in action during a tour at JTP Dairy near Dorchester Saturday.
While students work on various welding projects in Abbotsford High School’s shop class, Gov. Scott Walker speaks to teacher John Slipek, left, and principal Ryan Bargender, right, during Friday’s visit.
Supervisor Sue Breneman makes a point during a conversation with fellow supervisor Ray Soper prior to the start of Tuesday’s county board session. The county had a lengthy agenda taking up several ordinances, a proposed increase in supervisor pay as well as discussing the ownership and future maintenance of the Chelsea Lake Dam. After county clerk Bruce Strama argued in favor of the dam action being in the form of a resolution to be presented at the next meeting, Breneman replied that they had better meet s
 Ted Goodrich, an author from Rib Lake, poses with a copy of his book, “In My Own Words,” which recounts his recovery from a traumatic brain injury.
UW-Stout professor Forrest Schultz, president of the state Science Olympiad program, presented the first place trophy to Richard Colwell and Lauren Carstensen, captains of the Medford Area Senior High School Science Olympiad team. A mix-up in the scoring at Saturday’s state tournament in Milwaukee had the Medford team announced as taking second place. The error was caught and Schultz came to Medford on Monday morning to present the team with the first place trophy. This is the first time Medford has won the
Architect Rita Liddell of the Cedar Corporation speaks to the Colby city council April 4 about the bids that came in for the new library, which is slated to be built later this year.
Ralph Ottum, senior vice president of Colby VFW Post 2227, lays a wreath in honor of those who died in the line of duty at a monument at Colby Memorial Cemetery last Memorial Day. The association that runs the cemetery requested $2,200 in funding from Clark County to pay for the upkeep of military veterans graves, but that request was denied.
Packers player Jake Ryan shakes hands with fan Tristan Webb during Tuesday's Packers Tailgate Tour event at Black River Industries in Medford. BRYAN WEGTER/THE STAR NEWS
City of Medford residents will be able to drop off their old trash cans at the Advanced Disposal transfer station on Jensen Dr. after new carts are delivered in mid-April.
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