Carlos  Santiago-Gonzalez
Two suspects are at large following a non-fatal shooting at the Northside Apartments in Abbotsford on Sunday.
BLOCK PARTY IN ABBY - Reiley Schreiber stuffs Granton’s Brandon Jakobi on Monday night. Schreiber finished with a season high three blocks against the Bulldogs.
The Abbotsford Falcons boys basketball team broke out of their eight game funk in a big way, scoring a pair of home wins over Assumption and Granton. The wins earn the Falcons back to back victories for the first time this season. The two victories improves Abby’s record to 5-16 on the year, and 2-13 in Marawood action.
The team of Mary Nelson, Lauren Paul and Chris Kolstad scored a rare eight-ender during Women’s League play Tuesday night while playing on sheet three of the Medford Curling Club. The team’s normal fourth player, Connie Bergman, was out of town for league night.
The team of Mary Nelson, Lauren Paul and Chris Kolstad scored a rare eight-ender during Women’s League play Tuesday night while playing on sheet three of the Medford Curling Club. The team’s normal fourth player, Connie Bergman, was out of town for league night.
Every sports team needs a Swiss Army knife athlete, who is versatile and can play any position needed in the starting lineup. Junior Beau Gross is the Stratford wrestling team’s Swiss Army knife this season. To read the full story, please call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review newspaper.
People can count with their fingers on one hand the number of wins the Athens varsity boys basketball team has against Marathon in the past 63 years. To read the full story, please call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review newspaper.
Maddy Lang, an eighth grader at St. Mary’s Catholic School in Marathon, both battles on the basketball court and in her life outside the sport. To read the full story, please call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review newspaper.
BUSINESS OF THE YEAR - Paul Erikson, owner of Kulas Body Shop in Abbotsford, took over the business in 2002 and has since expanded it beyond a simple body shop for car repairs.
When Paul Erikson bought Kulas Body Shop in 2002 — taking over for the namesake founder of the business — he said there was a lot to learn when making the leap from worker to owner.
The Edgar boy’s basketball team takes pride in playing great defense against its opponents, and its defensive tenacity this season has kept the Wildcats in contention to win the Marawood South Conference championship. Edgar has now won six straight wins.
The way the Stratford girl’s basketball team lost to Auburndale on Thursday was eerily similar to how the Tigers fell to the Colby Hornets on Dec. 16. To read the full story, please call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review newspaper.
Booking photo of 29 year old Andrew James Eisner who was arrested in connection with a New Years Day stabbing in Rib Lake
On January 1, 2020 at 7:28 a.m. Taylor County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to the report of a stabbing at the Birds’ Nest Tavern located in the Village Of Rib Lake. The caller reported that an injured man was still there but the suspect had left the scene.
Law enforcement and emergency responders were on the scene of a head-on crash nine miles north of Medford on Hwy 13 on January 2. The crash resulted in the death of one of the drivers. The names of those involved is being held pending notification of families.
At 2:20 p.m. Thursday the Taylor County Sheriff’s Office received a 9-1-1 call reporting a two vehicle accident located approximately 9 miles north of the city of Medford on State Highway 13 in the Town Of Chelsea, Taylor County. Sheriff’s Deputies along with fire and ambulance services were dispatched.
HOMECOMING - The Colby Coalition will perform their new show, “Coming Home to Colby,” which features an original song called  “Colby Cheese,” during this Saturday’s Central Wisconsin Show Choir Spectacular at Colby High School. The performance also includes songs by John Denver, Motley Crue and Miranda Lambert.
Lights, stage, costumes and talent galore! Show choirs will combine glitter and “Glee” at the 16th Annual Central Wisconsin Show Choir Spectacular scheduled for this Saturday, Jan. 4, at Colby High School.
Carlos  Santiago-Gonzalez
BLOCK PARTY IN ABBY - Reiley Schreiber stuffs Granton’s Brandon Jakobi on Monday night. Schreiber finished with a season high three blocks against the Bulldogs.
The team of Mary Nelson, Lauren Paul and Chris Kolstad scored a rare eight-ender during Women’s League play Tuesday night while playing on sheet three of the Medford Curling Club. The team’s normal fourth player, Connie Bergman, was out of town for league night.
BUSINESS OF THE YEAR - Paul Erikson, owner of Kulas Body Shop in Abbotsford, took over the business in 2002 and has since expanded it beyond a simple body shop for car repairs.
Booking photo of 29 year old Andrew James Eisner who was arrested in connection with a New Years Day stabbing in Rib Lake
Law enforcement and emergency responders were on the scene of a head-on crash nine miles north of Medford on Hwy 13 on January 2. The crash resulted in the death of one of the drivers. The names of those involved is being held pending notification of families.
HOMECOMING - The Colby Coalition will perform their new show, “Coming Home to Colby,” which features an original song called  “Colby Cheese,” during this Saturday’s Central Wisconsin Show Choir Spectacular at Colby High School. The performance also includes songs by John Denver, Motley Crue and Miranda Lambert.

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Medford senior Zeke Sigmund hooks Mark Jarman’s arms and works toward a quick 52-second pin to finish the Raiders’ 63-16 win over Northwestern in the semifinal round of Tuesday’s WIAA Division 2 team wrestling sectional at Baldwin-Woodville. Photo by Matt Frey/The Star News
WIAA DIV. 2 BALDWIN-WOODVILLE TEAM WRESTLING SECTIONAL Semifinals Medford 63, Northwestern 16 Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau/Melrose-Mindoro 44, Baldwin-Woodville 21

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