Jamey Krause-Simmons, a 2011 graduate of Abbotsford High School, poses with his bantamweight championship belt, which he won at a match in Minnesota this past Saturday.
Jake Klipp has seen dozens of aspiring mixed martial artists walk through the doors of his Milwaukee gym over the years. Something about Jamey Krause-Simmons stood out.
A Ford Taurus driven by David R.Vesel came to a rest on its roof after striking a power pole early Sunday morning.
An 18-year-old Greenwood man was killed early Sunday morning when the vehicle he was driving struck a power pole on Romadka Avenue in the township of York. David R. Vesel was pronounced dead at the scene after the Clark County Sheriff’s Department responded to a 911 call reporting the accident at 1:25 a.m.
Pieces of a STH 29 guardrail are seen next to the car driven by Aaron Dierich, who was killed in an accident Sunday.
A Chippewa Falls man was killed Sunday when his vehicle struck at guardrail on STH 29 while going over the STH 73 overpass near Withee.
Happy Joe’s will close in Medford on April 9 with Al and Mary Williams retirement. A sale is pending on the building to a new restaurant.
After nearly 39 years in the restaurant business in Medford, Al and Mary Williams are looking forward to retirement.
Mason Kauffman couldn’t stand watching from the sidelines as his team’s lead against Fennimore withered away during last season’s Division 3 state finals loss. Subscribe to The Record-Review by calling 715-223-2342 to read the full story on Stratford's wrestling team winning its first team state championship.
Colby-Abbotsford police chief Jason Bauer goes over cost projections for providing 24/7 police coverage with Dorchester village board members at their March 1 meeting.
Dorchester is exploring the idea of hiring the Colby-Abbotsford Police Department to provide 24/7 police coverage, following a presentation by CAPD chief Jason Bauer at the village board’s March 1 meeting.
Rhonda Kowle (Masha) and Barry Plautz (Vanya) dressed to attend a costume party as part of the play react to another character in the play. The Medford Area Community Theatre winter production, “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” by Christopher Durang opens March 2 at 7:30 p.m. with shows on March 3, and 4 at 7:30 p.m. in the Red/White Theater of the high school. Tickets are available at Black River Art Gallery and at the door prior. See more about the play on page 10 of the second section.
Rhonda Kowle (Masha) and Barry Plautz (Vanya) dressed to attend a costume party as part of the play react to another character in the play. The Medford Area Community Theatre winter production, “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” by Christopher Durang opens March 2 at 7:30 p.m. with shows on March 3, and 4 at 7:30 p.m.
A firefighter wheels a dryer out of an Abbotsford apartment building after it set off a fire alarm on Jan. 25. The city has not yet received a bill for that call.
Since the start of the Central Fire and EMS District on Jan. 1, the new district has yet to issue any bills for responding to fire calls, as required by a policy adopted last year by district board members.
Wednesday’s winter snow storm resulted in three accidents along the local stretch of STH 13, including this semi trailer rollover north of Dorchester. Another accident occurred south of Dorchester and a third was reported near Unity. Details of the accidents were not available at press time.
Stratford’s wrestling team will get another shot at winning the school’s first team state championship. To read the full story, subscribe to The Record-Review by calling 715-223-2342.
An elevation drawing of the new Colby Public Library shows the east-facing entrance and parking. The building will have a copper-colored metal roof, cast concrete resembling rock and manufactured siding in between the roof and the masonry.
Members of Colby’s city council got one last look at the final floor plans and designs for the new Colby Public Library at their Feb. 7 monthly meeting.
An example of the Candy Heart Bingo on display at the Abbotsford Public Library.
Join the Abbotsford Public Library in celebrating Valentine’s Day in the sweetest way with Candy Heart Bingo. Instead of calling out “B 13” or “N 43” be prepared to hear “U R CUTE” or “BE MINE” as this bingo is played with sayings from a favorite holiday treat. There will be two opportunities to attend this event.
Jamey Krause-Simmons, a 2011 graduate of Abbotsford High School, poses with his bantamweight championship belt, which he won at a match in Minnesota this past Saturday.
A Ford Taurus driven by David R.Vesel came to a rest on its roof after striking a power pole early Sunday morning.
Pieces of a STH 29 guardrail are seen next to the car driven by Aaron Dierich, who was killed in an accident Sunday.
Happy Joe’s will close in Medford on April 9 with Al and Mary Williams retirement. A sale is pending on the building to a new restaurant.
Colby-Abbotsford police chief Jason Bauer goes over cost projections for providing 24/7 police coverage with Dorchester village board members at their March 1 meeting.
Rhonda Kowle (Masha) and Barry Plautz (Vanya) dressed to attend a costume party as part of the play react to another character in the play. The Medford Area Community Theatre winter production, “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” by Christopher Durang opens March 2 at 7:30 p.m. with shows on March 3, and 4 at 7:30 p.m. in the Red/White Theater of the high school. Tickets are available at Black River Art Gallery and at the door prior. See more about the play on page 10 of the second section.
A firefighter wheels a dryer out of an Abbotsford apartment building after it set off a fire alarm on Jan. 25. The city has not yet received a bill for that call.
An elevation drawing of the new Colby Public Library shows the east-facing entrance and parking. The building will have a copper-colored metal roof, cast concrete resembling rock and manufactured siding in between the roof and the masonry.
An example of the Candy Heart Bingo on display at the Abbotsford Public Library.

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