Dance Explosion founder Shannon Wisemiller was joined by her husband Mike and her parents Jody and Tom Green along with New Richmond Mayor Fred Horne, Community Development Director Beth Thompson, District 3 Alderman Tom Weinmeyer, Aaron Mork of WESTconsin Credit Union, Chad Derrick of Derrick Construction and Executive Director of New Richmond Chamber of Commerce Rob Kreibich for the long awaited ground breaking ceremony for her new studio facility located at 410 St. Croix Ave. in the Business & Technical Park on the city's south side Wednesday, May 8, 2019.
Interested in bolstering your knowledge of birds or sharing your passion for birding? Do not miss Tropical Wing's sixth annual Bird Migration Celebration, May 10-12, 2019.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's St. Croix Wetland Management District is inviting public comment on their proposal to build a new parking area, trail and blind on the footprint of an old farm site on the Erickson WPA in St. Croix County. Residents are invited to review a draft of a new Compatibility Determination (CD) document, a tool used by managers of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service lands to assess actual, potential and cumulative impacts of new activities or infrastructure on wildlife and wildlife habitat.
As New Richmond prepares to welcome the Green Bay Packer Tailgate Tour to its airport Thursday, April 11, another event, the NCAA Final Four is taking place this weekend in Minneapolis drawing devoted basketball fans from across the country. The News wondered how air traffic for the Final Four will compare to Super Bowl LII held just over a year ago in the Twin Cities, and what that might mean for the New Richmond Airport only days ahead of the Tailgate Tour.
The bitter cold outside was no match for the generosity, friendship and fun inside Saturday, Jan. 19, at the annual gathering at the New Richmond Fire House that has come to be known as Collin's Community Hero Day. The event commemorates the life of Collin John Fitzgerald who died in a tragic accident in 2012 just shy of his fifth birthday.
Springbrook 4-H Club member Emma Trautmiller imagined an ingenious way to combine two of her favorite things, ice cream and s'mores, and it won her first place in the annual statewide contest to come up with a new flavor sponsored by Cedar Crest Ice Cream. "I like all the things in s'mores, like graham crackers and marshmallows, so I made them a little bit smaller than a whole s'more so they would be able to fit in ice cream and into one bite. I never tested it, but it seems like it could work. I love s'mores in the summer so that's what I named it, Wisconsin Campfire S'more.
In 1993, Tennessean Jack Davidson had a chance encounter with a priest from Haiti at his church in Signal Mountain, Tenn. The priest invited him, he thought, on a trip to visit Tahiti to which Davidson responded, "Well sure." Turns out the one week visit turned into a five-year mission to raise $400,000 to build a school overlooking the Caribbean Ocean in the town of Petite Riviere De Nippes. On Nov. 10, 2018, Dr.
The 2019 robotics competition season is underway with Somerset looking to build on last season's success which saw one of its teams qualify and compete for the first time at nationals. The parking lot was packed as the Somerset High School gym hosted a day-long basketball tournament while the multipurpose room was home to an arena filled with battling robots.