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Parade killings judge running for Wisconsin Supreme Court

By |December 1, 2022|

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The judge who presided over the trial of the man convicted of killing six people during the Waukesha Christmas parade is running for a spot on the Wisconsin Supreme Court, her […]

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Siren VFW holds spaghetti dinner fundraiser

By |December 1, 2022|

SIREN – Almost everyone loves a freshly cooked spaghetti dinner. The only thing that beats that is a freshly cooked spaghetti dinner benefiting an organization like the Veterans of Foreign Wars. That is exactly what […]

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Remains of Wisconsin man who went missing in 1976 identified

By |December 1, 2022|

Montana authorities said Tuesday that human remains found in Carbon County about 18 years ago have been identified as those of a Wisconsin hitchhiker who left his home state to flee legal trouble.

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Sports

Weekend Sports Schedule Look Ahead

November 17, 2022|

SPORTS Schedule Today, Thursday, Nov. 17 Girls basketball scrimmage: Lac Court Oreilles @ Luck, 6 p.m. Girls basketball: Clayton @ Shell Lake, 7:15 p.m. Girls basketball: Siren @ Solon Springs, 7:15 p.m. Girls basketball: St. […]

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USC, UCLA may cause Big Ten schools to expand recruiting map

November 16, 2022|

Southern California and UCLA’s pending moves to the Big Ten could give the league’s existing members the opportunity to expand their recruiting maps and pursue more West Coast prospects. It will take some time for […]

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St. Croix Falls Saints girls volleyball return home in style

November 15, 2022|

On Tuesday, Nov. 8, the St. Croix Falls girls volleyball team celebrated their successful season with a ride down Main Street on the city's fire trucks, one of them driven by Mayor Kirk Anderson.

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Features

Carrie Classon: The Postscript

Lulu  My husband, Peter, and I are back in our little place in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.    Of course, it is not really “our” place. We don’t own it and have no desire […]

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A battle for individual worth

Jack was experiencing another meltdown. An appropriate analogy for the origin of “meltdown.” A nuclear power plant of any sort has to be kept cool. There is more heat available in nuclear fission than can […]

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Carrie Classon: The Postscript

by Carrie Classon Good enough    I’ve decided that I’m good enough.     I had a big birthday, and it got me to thinking, as big birthdays will, about what would change and what would […]

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