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Gunshot incident investigated in River Falls
Wisconsin roundup: Group says proposed change would protect bad landlords; more state news stories
Life on the mend: Rescued dogs adapt to new homes
UW-River Falls to host seminar on marketing livestock
Zimmerman: Reward teachers who perform, set good examples
crime and courts
DiSalvo names his WFCA All-Star coaching staff; Badger named to large school staff
Hockey: Spartans keep edging forward
Tiger girls net first win against Ashland
Defense becoming a constant for Spartans
Panthers girls hold off emerging Prescott team
Love Baskets starting holiday season
NR Chamber introduces new holiday event
Veterans Day ceremonies and events
Annual Veteran's Roundtable to be held Nov. 9
NRACF holding silent auction at local businesses
arts and entertainment
CITY OF NEW RICHMOND: 1/2/18 Plan Commission Hearing re: James Place
TOWN OF SOMERSET: 12/6/17 Town Board Meeting Minutes
VILLAGE OF SOMERSET: 11/28/17 Budget Hearing Meeting Minutes
FORECLOSURE: Lakeview Loan v. Corey McCutcheon, et al.; Case No. 15-CV-518
FORECLOSURE: Bank of NY Mellon v. Kathleen M. Franzmeier; Case 16-CV-491
Brett Ryan Mueller
Doris Marie Caroline Sette
Ruth M. McCance
Louis Claude Berney
Viewpoint: Poor broadband access puts rural areas at a disadvantage
Letters to the editor: Dementia strikes every 6 seconds; Support for local candidates
A view from an economist: Use of data
Letters to the Editor
Viewpoint: Federal tax reform would benefit Wisconsin
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January 7, 2017
Needle and thread document story of six generations
The tradition of quilting celebrates a rich history that is both utilitarian and commemorative.
January 7, 2017 - 5:00pm
November 11, 2016
Read to Succeed: Foundation group brings literacy front and center
Reading is something many take for granted. But because there are so many who struggle with reading and understanding, the New Richmond Area Community Foundation is working to bring people and local resources together to address those needs. You may have a friend who struggles reading...
November 11, 2016 - 5:00pm
October 25, 2016
New Richmond School District to hold Child Development Days
All families that reside in the School District of New Richmond who have children ages 2 years and 9 months to 5 years old are invited to participate in Child Development Days held at the New Richmond WITC on Nov. 3-4. Also invited are families with pre-kindergarten children who...
October 25, 2016 - 12:00pm
May 21, 2015
An early start: Sisters chase figure skating dreams together
It requires athleticism and dedication. It combines the agility, coordination and timing of gymnastics with the choreography, costume and theater...
May 21, 2015 - 9:28am
June 12, 2014
UPDATE: Runaway 15-year-old girl home safe
UPDATE A New Richmond 15-year-old girl is home safe after relatives and law enforcement officials spent four days trying to track her down,...
June 12, 2014 - 9:52am
August 22, 2012
Safety tips: help keep kids safe, parents worry-free
It is recommended that parents walk the route to school with students before the start of the year to assess hazards and select a course with...
August 22, 2012 - 6:56am
October 9, 2009
Senate committee votes to end letting younger kids drink with their parents in bars
A state Senate committee has endorsed a bill to end Wisconsin's tradition of letting younger kids drink with their parents in a bar. The committee sent the measure to the full Senate. For years, kids of any age have been able to drink with their parents in a tavern, and the new...
October 9, 2009 - 10:07am
September 3, 2009
Low-income children have more tooth decay, less access to dentists
The state has just made it easier for dentists to move to Wisconsin but it might not help patients who need the most care. The state's licensing agency has agreed to accept the results of competency tests taken by dentists in other parts of the country. More states are doing that. ...
September 3, 2009 - 9:12am
August 24, 2009
Public hearing Tuesday on bill to stop kids from drinking in taverns
A state Assembly committee will hold a public hearing Tuesday on a bill to stop letting kids under 18 drink with their parents in taverns. Terese Berceau, D-Madison, is one of the bill's main sponsors and she chairs the Local Affairs Committee which will hold the hearing at the...
August 24, 2009 - 10:01pm
May 29, 2009
Clinic offers child ID kits on June 13
Stillwater Medical Group will offer free fingerprinting and photographs of children at the Somerset Clinic (700 Rivard St., Somerset) grand re-opening event on Saturday, June 13, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, 800,000 children younger than 18...
May 29, 2009 - 10:43am
November 21, 2008
Letter: Help for stuttering should be offered early
To the Editor: I am writing in response to your "Around Town" column last week about the meeting of the group for people who stutter in New Richmond. Dr. Jerry Halvorson should be commended for his perseverance in starting this group. I just want to point out to your readers that...
November 21, 2008 - 12:00am
September 24, 2008
Feeding the troops at Starr Elementary
September 24, 2008 - 12:00am
July 18, 2008
Yoga for youngsters
This isn't your momma's yoga. Participants in the "Downward Dog" pose bark rather than stay in quiet meditation. The "Tree" pose prompts shouts from the group to specify the types of trees they are, whether of the real or imaginative species. At this class there is no wrong way....
July 18, 2008 - 12:00am
June 30, 2008
New Children and Families department debuts Tuesday
Starting Tuesday, Wisconsin will put a new focus on children. The cabinet-level Department of Children and Families will make its debut as the state's new fiscal year begins. One of its first projects is a Web site that lists all 5,700 Wisconsin child care centers and day camps. Parents...
June 30, 2008 - 12:00am
May 6, 2008
Study: Children from smoking ban areas less likely to smoke
Wisconsin's anti-smoking advocates have new ammunition to support their cause. A Boston University study said youngsters who live in places with strict smoking bans are 40 percent less likely than others to become regular smokers. Researcher Michael Siegel said many kids in those...
May 6, 2008 - 12:00am