New Richmond News
High school students received an up close and personal encounter with pigs' feet and cow stomach compartments and learned to suture and splint when two Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College instructors visited their classroom. Jeffrey Johnson, doctor of veterinary medicine and WITC Dairy Herd Management instructor, and Julie Wadzinski, WITC Farm Business and Production Management instructor, recently taught New Richmond High School's agriculture students, employing hands-on instructional techniques.
Friday Memorial Library is hosting a free class about protecting your identity at 1 p.m. Tuesday, April 25. From online banking, taxes, medical records to monthly bills, personal information gets put through online accounts regularly. Learn how to protect that information and take control of your online identity. WESTconsin Credit Union representatives will be at the library to teach how to protect your identity as well as providing steps to take if it happens to you.
Report: State prison costs grow five times the rate of school expenses
JACounter has been honored with a 2016 When Work Works Award for its use of effective workplace strategies to increase business and employee success.
On Tuesday, June 21, the St. Croix County UW-Extension offices will be hosting two dairy farm modernization tours. These tour stops will provide other dairy farmers and consultants the opportunity to learn from visiting new facilities.
Medical specialists from Amery Hospital & Clinic, Hudson Hospital & Clinic, Stillwater Medical Group, Lakeview Hospital and Westfields Hospital & Clinic partnered to recently host a Ladies Night Out event at The Water Street Inn.
iVantage Health Analytics has again named Westfields Hospital & Clinic as one of the Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs) in the United States.
Marquette poll shows Clinton ahead MILWAUKEE -- Wisconsin's best known independent poll gives Democrat Hillary Clinton a 42 to 35 percent lead over Donald Trump among registered voters in the state. But the Marquette Law School survey also shows that voters are holding their noses, like others around the nation. Seven of every 10 overall voters say they would be uncomfortable with Republican Trump in the White House, while close to two-thirds say they'd be uncomfortable with Democrat Clinton running the country.
Rotary Club of New Richmond is accepting applications for host families for the upcoming 2016-17 school year. The Rotary Club is sponsoring a female student from Brazil who will be...
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