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Chamber picks Rob Kreibich as new executive director
Middle school Tiger Night set for Sept. 26
Board approves Leo A Daly contract, FirstRobotics team
Tax levy, mill rate go up
Compass awards announced
crime and courts
New Richmond boys soccer team takes MBC lead
New Richmond football uses big plays to sting Durand, 35-7
Somerset football team braces for battle with Ellsworth
New Richmond volleyball team wins Grantsburg Invitational again
St. Croix Central football team unveils more facets of its offense
Riverboat Cruisin’ for Kids
Return of the Border Battle
Heritage Court Art Show set for Sept. 23
Cowgirls take over SomerStar Ranch
arts and entertainment
Orville J. Knoll, 86
Terry J. Olsem, 60
Larry Parfitt, 75
Larry Parfitt, 75
Arnold Geister, 76
Village of Star Prairie Board Proceedings - August 6, 2014
14Cv53 Royal Credit Union vs Dale A Knutson
14CV5 Bank of America vs Troy C Austin, Jon\'a N Austin
Community Right-to-Know About Hazardous Materials - St. Croix County
Town of Somerset, Vil of Somerset & Somerset Fire/Rescue Joint Meeting 7/23/14
Our View: Changes coming to newspaper next week
Letters to the Editor: Sept. 18, 2014
Our View: Fire contract needs to be reworked
Letters to the Editor: Sept. 11, 2014
Our View: City department tour is a valuable tool
August 14, 2009
Point Beach nuclear power plant ready to make 17 percent more electricity
The Point Beach nuclear power plant in Manitowoc County wants to make 17 percent more electricity. Its owner, Next-Era Energy, has asked the federal government for its approval. But the Nuclear Regulatory Commission says it must first consider a licensing change for the plant's...
August 14, 2009 - 9:00am
July 8, 2009
ATC studies possible line carrying electricity from La Crosse to Madison
Three companies have spent the last year studying the idea of putting an electric transmission line from La Crosse to Madison. But now, the American Transmission Co., says it's considering an even bigger line along the same route. And it would carry green electricity made by wind...
July 8, 2009 - 9:05am
May 27, 2009
Project helps consumers gauge power usage online
A Green Bay-based power company is taking part in a pilot project that may help utility customers better manage their electricity usage. Wisconsin Public Service is only one of eight power companies in the world taking part in the web-based project. The program is being launched...
May 27, 2009 - 7:00am
August 26, 2008
Power out in south part of New Richmond
At about 1:45 the power went out along Richmond Way and Paperjack Drive and the surrounding areas. According to Beth Thompson, spokesperson for the New Richmond City Utilities, the cause of the power outage is yet undetermined. "There was a bad overhead line and a bad underground...
August 26, 2008 - 12:00am
August 14, 2008
Letter: SCEC president clarifies controversy
To the Editor: In last week's edition of the News, Gail Winship reported on some of the issues surrounding the debate as to whether St. Croix Electric Cooperative (SCEC) should provide electric service to the new high school, or service should be provided by New Richmond Utilities...
high school / opinion
August 14, 2008 - 12:00am
August 8, 2008
School decision sparks debate
Despite the fact that the New Richmond School Board has voted unanimously to allow St.
August 8, 2008 - 12:00am
May 23, 2008
Officials say state should have plenty of power for AC season
Wisconsinites are still getting spring heating bills. But when it's time to cool the house, the state says we should have plenty of electricity. Robert Norcross of the Public Service Commission says Wisconsin is in much better shape than a year ago to handle big air conditioning...
May 23, 2008 - 12:00am
February 22, 2008
The manure from the Turkey Store Company's farm near New Richmond is making western Minnesota homes a little brighter. Since last June, the farm along County Road A has been shipping tons of "turkey litter" to an electrical generation plant in Benson, Minn. The litter includes a...
February 22, 2008 - 12:00am