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Minnesota State Patrol finishes 3rd in calendar contest; Wisconsin misses the cut
Prosecutor: Somerset drug bust suspect was 'setting up for a fight'
Wisconsin roundup: State 10th-most reliant on industrial robots, report says; 10 more state news stories
School lunch and breakfast policy announced
Two cops, administrative aide gone from Prescott department
crime and courts
Million Calorie Burn is underway in New Richmond
Friday's Results: New Richmond, SCC football open with wins; Somerset loses wild battle
Fall Sports Preview: New Richmond football is young, but retains its lofty goals
Fall Sports Preview: Somerset football looking to turn things around
Fall Sports Preview: St. Croix Central begins state title defense on Friday
School lunch and breakfast policy announced
Donnelly has progressive plans for SHS education
Education student hones teaching skills at American camp in Latvia
Saluting second semester honor roll students at Somerset High School
Kiwanis honors Kier by donation to early literacy
Area students perform at Shell Lake Arts Center
NR Heritage Center names new executive director
Bucklew keeps Navy wing flying
Meet Libby, Overdrive's new one-tap reading app from your library
Panelists announced for John Doar History Trail Celebration
arts and entertainment
NOTICE TO CREDITORS: Delores M. Quinn Estate; Case No. 17PR81
FORECLOSURE: St. Croix Habitat for Humanity v. Carol J. Sarafin; 17CV183
VILLAGE OF SOMERSET: 9/7/17 Hearing - Amend Zoning Code
CITY OF NEW RICHMOND: Ordinance #499 - Restricted Areas for Sex Offenders
CITY OF NEW RICHMOND: Ordinance #498 - Annex Territory (Krumm
Anne E. Hawkins Johnston, 102
John "Joe" Kelly, 86
Travis J. Gillen, 29
Raymond John Wynveen, 83
Patrick W. McGurran, 82
Letters: Water protection needs to be revisited; Foxconn fiscally irresponsible
Editorial: Imagine you have no newspaper
Bill Rubin column: Real estate values finally recover
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Editorial: Conservation success story continues to soar
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January 10, 2014
Nelson sentencing provides closure; SCC still healing
A number of St. Croix Central School District staff agree Justin Nelson’s sentencing on Dec. 20, provides a sense of closure to staff and students. They also agree it’s only one step in the long process of healing from the fire Nelson set on April 30, that destroyed parts of St....
January 10, 2014 - 1:15pm
Coming to a location near you: Redneck Juice
Sportmans Bar & Grill owners Ed and Missi Fazekas knew their homemade Bloody Mary mix was top-notch. But who knew once they marketed Sportsmans...
January 10, 2014 - 1:10pm
Students taking advantage of Youth Options program at high school
Since the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction created the original Youth Options program in 1991, students across the state have been able to take college classes for courses their schools didn’t or couldn’t offer. “There is a variety of classes that students can...
January 10, 2014 - 9:01am
Extension veteran named to lead UW System; Wisconsinites have become 'weather whimps' say seasoned observers; more state news
MADISON -- After a national search, the University of Wisconsin System found its new president in its back yard. Ray Cross -- who's been the chancellor of the UW Extension and two-year colleges since 2011 -- was named Thursday to replace Kevin Reilly. It's the third straight time...
January 10, 2014 - 8:48am
The reading challenge is on
With the second semester at New Richmond High School getting underway, the students and faculty have less than a semester to beat the Great Tiger...
January 10, 2014 - 8:48am
January 9, 2014
NR Reads program hopes to boost literacy
If New Richmond Superintendent Jeff Moberg was to make a New Year’s resolution, one of the top things he would set forth to do this year would be to communicate to the community how important literacy is to succeed in school and life as a whole. In an effort to increase the...
January 9, 2014 - 10:46am
Somerset schools to host tours of referendum projects
For those of you interested in seeing your school district referendum dollars at work, Somerset School District administrator Randy Rosburg invites the public to join the Somerset Board of Education on tours of completed referendum projects Jan. 14 and 16 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the...
January 9, 2014 - 9:48am
Osceola was state’s morning warm spot; Elderly Barron woman dies of exposure; more state news
It's supposed to get a lot warmer in Wisconsin today even though it's the coldest morning of the week in some places. It was 31 below at 7 a.m. in both Tomahawk and Land O'Lakes in far north central Wisconsin. The far southern part of the state was still as cold as 20 below. But...
News/crime and courts
January 9, 2014 - 9:25am
Somerset family's home lost in New Year's Day fire
The new year is off to a somber start for one Somerset family. A single mother and her two children lost just about everything they owned, including...
January 9, 2014 - 9:23am
St. Croix Crossing piers completed
The St. Croix River Crossing project hit a milestone in the final days of 2013 when crews completed construction of the piers that will support...
January 9, 2014 - 9:21am
Kim Korbel hired as new library director
The City of New Richmond announced Friday, Jan. 3, that it has hired Kim Korbel as its new library director. Korbel, from Eau Claire, has been...
January 9, 2014 - 9:17am
Art & Culinary Show seeks artists, chefs
Planning is underway for the ninth annual St. Croix Art and Culinary Show, sponsored by the Rotary Club of New Richmond. This year’s event...
January 9, 2014 - 9:14am
January 8, 2014
Minnesota firms pay penalty for allegedly polluting St. Croix River
MADISON -- Two companies have paid $80,000 to settle a Wisconsin complaint that their sand mine polluted the St. Croix River. Twin Cities-based Tiller Corp. and Interstate Energy Partners reached an agreement with the Wisconsin attorney general's office. The companies did not admit...
January 8, 2014 - 9:32am
Wind-chill advisories still in effect; Use of solar energy slow in Wisconsin; More state news
Winds are either light or non-existent in most of Wisconsin, but the National Weather Service still has wind-chill advisories out for virtually all of the state. Most parts of the state have wind-chill advisories until noon. The advisories end at 9 a.m. for 13 counties between...
January 8, 2014 - 9:12am
January 7, 2014
Cold snap unlikely to prompt waiver of DPI's 180-day rule; fines ordered in mining run-off that soiled the St. Croix; more state news
MADISON -- State law requires public schools to be in session for 180 days a year but some school officials say the mandate should be waived due to Wisconsin's coldest weather since 1996. State officials say there's almost no chance of that happening. Most Wisconsin schools closed...
January 7, 2014 - 8:34am