The death of an Abbotsford woman last Wednesday remains under investigation while police wait for the results of toxicology tests.
Colby-Abbotsford police chief Jason Bauer said Monday the cause of death for 44-year-old Sue Luraas is still unknown at this point, and it could take up to six weeks to get blood tests back.
“I am just doing my job,” says Rib Lake band teacher Matt Robisch.
Robisch, who has taught middle and high school band at Rib Lake for 21 years, was selected to receive a 2016 Kohl Educational Fellowship.
The Abbotsford school board has officially selected Cheryl Baker of Tomahawk to replace outgoing superintendent Reed Welsh as the district’s top administrator.
The school board met with three finalists for the position Monday, April 4, and picked Baker for the job at a special meeting held April 7.
Board president Don
People are the drivers behind economic prosperity more than bankers, government or entrepreneurs. That was one of the clear messages from Tuesday night’s community economic summit hosted by Nicolet National Bank.
About 125 business and community leaders attended the forum held at the Veranda.
4:52 p.m. -- The names of the individuals involved in last week's murder/suicide in downtown Medford have been identified. The deceased have been identified as 27 year old Chad K. Mayes and 20 year old Kristina I. Knopp both of the City of Medford.