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Additional charges filed against man for aiding in murder of Lac du Flambeau man

HURLEY, Wis. (WLUC) -On Friday, October 5, the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) filed a criminal complaint in Iron County charging Evan Oungst from Woodruff with 14 felony counts each relating to the death of Wayne M. Valliere, Jr. Oungst, 27, was initially charged in February 2018 with Conspir


Antigo Police & Langlade County Sheriff Reports for 10/22/18

5:47 PM Officers responded to a call from a male on 2ndAvenue reporting that he had just witnessed a silver extended cab pickup pull up to another residence on 2ndAvenue and a male subject got out with a bat and hit out a tail light on a vehicle at that residence. Officers received a second call fro

ANTIGOTIMES.COM - 2018-10-18 08:37:14

Powell: Ironwood finances improved since '17-18 audit

“The fact the number is lower than we want it to be is unfortunate, but that’s last year’s news,” Powell told theDaily Globeafter the meeting. “Moving forward, this year … my job is to keep expenditures low and to try and do everything we can to maximize revenues.”


Police searching for tire-theft ring

Police across northern Wisconsin are investigating a rash of thefts from car dealerships in which criminals are stealing wheels and tires from new trucks and SUVs.Ashland is the latest community to be hit by wheel and tire thieves. Other communities have included Hayward, Rice Lake, Merrell, Neillsv

APG OF WISCONSIN - 2018-10-17 10:40:40

Watersmeet man set for sentencing for having meth delivered to him through the mail

James Cannella, 53 pleaded guilty October 9th to controlled substance, possession of meth. A count of delivery and manufacture of meth was dismissed.


Eagle River man pleads not guilty to 10 counts of child porn possession

EAGLE RIVER, WIS. (WSAW)Ryan Frederick, 37, of Eagle River, pleaded not guilty in Vilas County court Thursday to 10 counts of child porn possession and will be heading to trial.

WSAW - 2018-10-18 11:51:00

‘Suspicious’ interaction between child and 2 strangers prompts letter from school district

“It’s scary to know that the innocence of kids is kind of gone, they can’t go out freely in the community,” she said.

KBJR6.COM - 2018-10-17 16:58:14

Hurley school aid drops, Mellen rises

The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction said state aid will be down by $16,902 for theHurleydistrict, from $2,546,628 to $2,529,726.

YOURDAILYGLOBE.COM - 2018-10-17 00:00:00

‘Witches’ night out’ offers downtown fun

The witching hour has been extended to three hours in Ashland as a Halloween tradition takes shape downtown Thursday with the reanimation of Witches’ Night Out Thursday.“Witches’ Night Out is one of our retail favorite events,” said Ashland Area Chamber of Commerce Director Mary McPhetridge.The even

APG OF WISCONSIN - 2018-10-17 19:09:00

Bessemer City Council struggles with U.S. 2 traffic, speed concerns

During public comment, concerns were heard about the Michigan Department of Transportation’s proposal to widen traffic lanes on the highway — either four wider lanes, or just three but still wider lanes.

YOURDAILYGLOBE.COM - 2018-10-17 00:00:00

Resolution reached in township treasurer case

Gogebic CountyCircuit Court Judge Michael Pope issued a judgement in favor of the township on Oct. 2 for $1,398,654 — the same amount he previously ordered Olson-DeRosso pay in restitution — as well as any applicable attorney fees.

YOURDAILYGLOBE.COM - 2018-10-17 00:00:00

Parents warned about strangers who approached student

Parents and students of the Ashland School District are being warned to exercise caution following an incident Friday in which two strangers approached a student and asked the boy several suspicious questions.The confrontation took place Friday after school had been let out for the day when children


Hurley fire chief credit card counts debated

Petrusha’s attorney, Steve Lucareli, argued the charges against Petrusha regarding the alleged mis-use of a fire department credit card should be dismissed.


Grand jury declines to indict Polk County deputy who fatally shot man in Altoona

Deputy Ryan Phillips, 31, fatally shot Isaiah Hayes, 25, of Ashland, Wisconsin, after a chase July 17 that began when he drove away from a traffic stop, authorities said.

DES MOINES REGISTER - 2018-10-17 00:20:00

This Alligator Was Left for Dead in Freezing Lake Michigan, With His Mouth Tied Shut

For once we have acrazy alligator storythat takes placeoutsideof Florida.According toPeoplemagazine, David Castaneda was fishing from his kayak in Lake Michigan when he came upon something with an odd shape. At first he thought it was a pool toy shaped like an alligator.But it turned out to be a REA


U.S. Marshals comb West Michigan for man wanted on 3 warrants

Lee has been known to hang out between Kent and Ionia counties and Greenville, Michigan, according to a post published late Saturday night on the sheriff's office Facebook page. The post also asks for tips regarding King's whereabouts.


Pie social draws crowd to township church

"We've had a good steady rush most of the day, lots of different community members coming out and supporting us," said Cortney Ofstad, the president of the church council.


Bowling ball smashed on worker's head at Michigan bowling alley

The Detroit Newsreported that the fight unfolded at around 11:45 p.m. Wednesday after the employee, a 28-year-old Roseville man, asked a group of unruly guests to leave, the Roseville Police Department said.


WATCH: 247Sports breaks down Michigan's ranking

The Wolverines won the game behind an elite rushing attack, led by running backKaran Higdonand quarterbackShea Patterson. Michigan rushed for over 200 yards in the second half, imposing a will on Wisconsin that teams are rarely able to do.


Madison Bach Musicians fill theatre with joyful music

The group is passionate about bringing the authentic sound of the Baroque musicians of the past in its fullness to the listening community. Before the concert, the group’s artistic director and harpsichordist, Trevor Stephenson, called the period of time when composers George Handel and J.S. Bach wr