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Fire destroys mobile home in Roberts
Wisconsin deer harvest up 15%; Drunk driver suspected in death of Amish man; 11 more state news stories
Three hunting-related deaths reported thus far; 110 rowdy Badger fans ejected from snowy NW game; 11 more Wisconsin news stories
New Richmond man crashes car into Apple River
Ratings lag as public tunes out state politics; Republicans press gender-specific 'bathroom bill'; 11 more Wisconsin news stories
crime and courts
Malecek, Air Force Academy team, will wrestle at St. Croix Central on Saturday
Osceola football wins state title; St. Croix Central girls basketball opens with win
Tigers stunned a step from state championship game, lose on last play 27-24
Hausman is all state; hopes to kick at college level
New Richmond Running Club plans annual Thanksgiving run
Molls make $200K donation to be used toward construction costs of auditorium
Olson recommends NR school board razes Commons
Young adult, children's author visits with middle schoolers
New Richmond students gain experience in raising a goat
Why did he do it?
Veterans Day 2015
2015 New Richmond Citizen of the Year: Nominations are in, it's now time to vote
Ball honored for 73 years of service to Knights of Columbus
Salvation Army needs public's help
Cuddles for a Cause
arts and entertainment
15CV534 In the matter of the name change of Mary Audrey Flaherty
Ordinanace #482 - City of New Richmond
15PR101 In the matter of the estate of Herman W Keller, Sr
Dept Homeland Security - Federeal Emegency Mgmt - Proposed Flood Hazard
15PR98 In the matter of the estate of Rita M Martin
Clinton Pfluger, 78
Alice Koshenina, 89
Sandra Krueger, 69
Jean Tubman, 87
Safety in the forefront
Letters to the Editor: November 19, 2015
Students learning to be part of the community
Letters to the Editor: November 12, 2015
Letters to the Editor: November 5, 2015
July 11, 2008
Schools reimbursed $27,000
The Somerset School District received a $27,819 reimbursement from the state last week as part of the Department of Public Instruction's 'Keeping The Promise' aid plan. Funds totalling $5.4 million went out to 127 school districts around the state.
July 11, 2008 - 12:00am
May 23, 2008
District selects co-op over City utility
Dennis Horner, City of New Richmond administrator and utility manager, presented his case for providing power to the new schools before the New Richmond School Board Monday night. Horner and his colleagues suggested that the City utility company had exclusive rights to provide the...
May 23, 2008 - 12:00am
May 2, 2008
Meet St. Croix Central's new superintendent
The St. Croix Central School Board made an offer to David Bradley, current administrator at Charles City School District in Iowa, for the superintendent position in the SCC district. The decision came following a day featuring a round of interviews that began at about 9 a.m. on April...
May 2, 2008 - 12:00am
April 18, 2008
Letter: Day of silence not good for kids
To the Editor: If your child's school observes the homosexual sponsored "Day of Silence" on April 25, parents should consider keeping their children at home. This is a nationwide push to promote the homosexual lifestyle in public schools. By remaining silent, the intent of the pro-homosexual...
April 18, 2008 - 12:00am
March 21, 2008
School districts feeling pinch of higher diesel prices
Lots of Wisconsinites did a double-take when they first saw diesel fuel prices go above $4 a gallon. But school districts and their bus-fleets must live with that hard reality so will taxpayers when the next tax bills come out. Even a small district like Neillsville which has...
March 21, 2008 - 12:00am
March 4, 2008
School vandals plead guilty and get probation
Nine months to the day after Hudson and New Richmond high schools were vandalized, eight of the 14 Hudson High School graduates accused in the case pleaded guilty and heard their sentences. After first rejecting a plea agreement presented by special prosecutor Rich White of the Eau...
March 4, 2008 - 12:00am
February 29, 2008
Letter: Virtual schools work for some families
To the Editor: I am a self-employed person in Holmen, Wis. My wife and children recently traveled to Madison as a show of support for virtual school. We, as a family, had high expectations the politicians on this day would act like adults and come together on a compromise promoting...
February 29, 2008 - 12:00am
February 15, 2008
School District has immediate space needs
While the Somerset School District referendum is an attempt to deal with the long-term needs of the District, there is an immediate need to decide on what will be done with the space crunch in the District for the 2008-09 school year. The Board of Education has been meeting to decide...
February 15, 2008 - 12:00am
February 8, 2008
Letter: K-5 school plan offers plenty of positives
To the Editor: While I certainly respect the feelings and comments of those who support housing two grades per elementary school, it is my opinion that K-5 in each school is far more beneficial and I highly support this decision. I hope that the supporters of the fore mentioned will...
February 8, 2008 - 12:00am
January 25, 2008
Somerset working to get Safe Routes to Schools
Walking to school may get safer in Somerset. The Safe Routes to School Task Force is looking at applying for the Safe Route to School (SRTS) grant to improve the main thoroughfares to the school campus. The roads currently identified are Church Hill Road, Highway 35 from the Dairy...
January 25, 2008 - 12:00am