New Richmond High students complete day of service
Hundreds of New Richmond High School students hit the streets on Friday, May 17, to take part in Service Learning Day....
Late spring, more walleyes prompt lawmaker to back off funding threat affecting tribes; Milwaukee falls to 30th largest U.S. city; more state briefs
Tensions between six Chippewa tribes and the DNR are expected to ease a bit after a lawmaker backed off his threat to block state funding for a cultural center in the wake of higher spearing quotas. Also, stories about how many wolves may be killed next year, the still-unexplained death of a 12-year-old, a gold-broker being sent to prison and new U.S.Census figures.
Bosch Packaging Technology, one of the leading international suppliers in processing and packaging technology, has completed the expansion of its state-of-the-art vertical form fill seal (VFFS) test facility in New Richmond.RELATED CONTENT
Hello everyone! I’m Heidi Feyereisen, your 2012-2013 St. Croix County Fairest of the Fair. It is that time of year again.RELATED CONTENT
New Richmond is “barking” loud and clear for its planned local dog park.RELATED CONTENT
New Richmond’s director of public works, Dan Koski, will be leaving his position at the end of the month.RELATED CONTENT
New Richmond High School has its fingers crossed that the snow is finally gone.RELATED CONTENT
St. Croix County will host a County Parks Open House Day Sunday, June 2, for all park visitors.RELATED CONTENT
New Richmond varsity football coach Jason Eckert has submitted his resignation from his football post.RELATED CONTENT
In this day of computers and emails, receiving a handwritten, personal letter can be a special thing. Patty Schachtner, Somerset school nurse, helped organize the letter-writing campaign in the schools with Gina Knutson, Carol Jones, Gail Buell and Randy Calleja as a part of the Leadership Trust Initiative, a course sponsored by the New Richmond Area Community Foundation.RELATED CONTENT
Big Joint Finance decisions expected today as Walker travels; Lake Superior warm-up blamed for waning Lake Trout population, more state news
The Legislature's Joint Finance committee will decide the fate of a half-dozen signficant affecting the poor and unemployed, state assets and state workers who smoke. Read on for stories about the sale of Wausau Paper,a 2.5 degree warm-up of Lake Superior and a large industrial fire in Sauk City.
Measure to require more job efforts from food stamp recipients advances; fallen FBI agent with Wisconsin link remembered; more state news
Joint Finance committee members Tuesday limited a provision in Gov. Scott Walker's budget to sell public property and advanced rules to incent unemployed citizens getting food assistance to work harder at finding a job. Also, Weather Service records compare the Moore, OK. tornado to epic twisters that have hit Wisconsin and a story about two FBI agents killed in a training exercise last week -- one of whom started his career in Milwaukee.
Starting today, you can make a difference in the lives of turtles by participating in the new Citizen-based Turtle Monitoring Project.RELATED CONTENT
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