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Andrew Nusbaum of the Wisconsin Department of Tourism presented a check for $17,600 to the City of New Richmond, Saturday, July 11 as part of the state's Joint Effort Marketing...
Stevens Engineer Angela Poppenhagen presented the Village of Star Prairie Board with a proposed Capital Improvement Plan at their meeting Wednesday night.
Back in April, the Roberts Village Board helped out Wells Fargo by agreeing to take over ownership of the property located at 204 W. Main Street.
Families took advantage of nice weather Saturday night to enjoy kids games, concessions and music provided by the Kiwanis Club prior to the 4th of July fireworks display at Hatfield...
By now the actual 25th year reunion for the members of New Richmond High School Marching Band’s historic trip to Russia in 1990 is over.
“We want parents to know that we care about their kids. We care about them academically but we really care about them as people. We want kids to be safe and healthy and to feel connected at school. We will do all that we can to minimize the risk in their lives, to educate and equip them with the skills to make positive choices, to be positive influences in the lives of the people around them and to live a big life.”
We got the call two weeks ago. A friend learned during a family get together that her nephew’s family was about to get the boot from their landlord if a certain four-legged mutt named Lilllee wasn’t sent packing in the next day or so.
The Star Prairie Community Club crowned its first court since resurrecting the program at coronation Friday night at the Star Prairie Ballfield. The club continues to work on its float...
Coronation will begin at 6:30 p.m., at the Star Prairie Ball Park, Friday, July 19. The Star Prairie Community Club will be selling food and drinks. DJ following after coronation.
The Somerset Board of Education approved a preliminary budget recommendation of $16,470,295 for the 2015-16 school year at their meeting Monday night. That represents a decrease of roughly 1.7 percent or $284,965 from the 2014-15 budget.