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Big bucks continue to fall in Burnett County

BURNETT COUNTY - It's been big year for big bucks during the archery season in Burnett County. Most readers of the Inter-County Leader are well aware of the giant buck that Webster science teacher Greg Widiker killed on the second day of the early archery season. The double-drop tined buck has poten


Calendar - Burnett and Polk counties

NOVEMBER NOW THRU NOV. 30 Amery "Circles of Light" art exhibit at ArtZ Gallery. Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. THURS., NOV. 16 thru TUES., JAN. 2 Siren Wisconsin Big Bundle Up, drop off warm clothes at The Lodge at Crooked Lake. THURSDAY/16 Amery Bingo at the VFW post, 6:30 p.m., mvfw.org/wi/post7929.


Minnesota's Christmas tree cut near Willow River

Minnesota's official Christmas tree was cut down Friday in the General C.C. Andrews State Forest near Willow River. The 30-foot-tall white spruce will be set up at the governor's residence in St. Paul on Monday, and lit on Nov. 27, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources reported. "DNR staff

DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE - 2017-11-18 00:13:54

Opportunities remain for catch and release musky record

While Wisconsin's first catch and release record has been established for musky, there is plenty of time left in 2017 for anglers to better that mark and enjoy some of the best fishing for the famed fighter and Wisconsin's official state fish. The Northern Zone musky season runs through November 30


Share your family 1918 Fire memories

On Oct. 12, 1918, low humidity and high winds whipped up a fire storm forcing thousands of people to flee from their homes in Moose Lake and Cloquet. The city of Cloquet was virtually destroyed; a half-dozen small towns were wiped off the map; and thousands of acres were scorched by the flames. Near

PINEJOURNAL.COM - 2017-11-17 12:14:00

No rest for health care coalition

Minnesota resident Rick Rayburn lives the creed "Power to the People." In early 2017, Rayburn and a grass roots coalition, formed to fight the state legislature, celebrated a victory for those 55 to 65 years old unknowingly shuttled to a state sponsored healthcare plan resulting in claims against th

MLSTARGAZETTE.COM - 2017-11-16 08:00:00

'Shrapnel in the Heart' and the Wall

"Thanks Richie, I was really hoping someone would respond to my post. A month ago I wrote my column about kneeling with the NFL players and got pretty reamed out for it when I thought my freedom of speech was earned by my service to country. So what I am saying, Richie, is that I appreciate doers li

MLSTARGAZETTE.COM - 2017-11-16 08:00:00

Webster woman sentenced to 25 years for second-degree sexual assault

BURNETT COUNTY - Violet S. Reynolds, 37, Webster, was sentenced to 25 years in state prison for the second-degree sexual assault of a child under 16, by Burnett County Circuit Court Judge Melissia Mogen last Thursday, Nov. 9. Reynolds was also sentenced to 27 months of confinement for possession of


Social media plays bigger role in local crime fighting

The Palestine Police Department has turned to social media to ask the public for help in apprehending a suspect. "Two arrested, one sought in Southside burglary spree," Tuesday's post on the PPD's Facebook page read. Underneath was a color photograph of suspect Bridgette Hood. Hood, 25, is wanted in

PALESTINE HERALD-PRESS - 2017-11-17 01:04:00

Palestine basketball roundup: Girls top Rusk on road

Destiny Mathews scored 21 points and she swiped nine steals as Palestine's girls' basketball team earned its third victory of the season on Tuesday at Rusk. Palestine Independent School District RUSK - The Palestine High School girls' basketball team kept winning on Tuesday, topping Rusk 46-40 on th


Outdoors: Giant salvinia now infests Lake Fork

Giant salvinia continues to spread throughout the lakes of East Texas, and recently it was spotted a three locations on Lake Fork - which is serving as the site of a pair of high school fishing tournaments in November.Texas Parks and Wildlife Department AUSTIN - The Texas Parks and Wildlife Departme

PALESTINE HERALD-PRESS - 2017-11-17 03:24:00

Jamie's Therapeutic Touch hosting seventh annual toy drive

Donate for a sip, clip, and jolly time at Jamie's Therapeutic Touch Day Spa this holiday season. Jamie's will host its annual Toy Drive and Cocktail Social from 5 to 9 p.m. on Dec. 7. For the past seven years, Jamie's has served as a drop-off spot for toy donations benefiting the local "Toys for Tot

PALESTINE HERALD-PRESS - 2017-11-18 01:39:00

Local JC Penney pilots nationwide clearance initiative

JC Penney - an American icon for more than a century and Palestine mainstay since 1979 - has good news for holiday shoppers. "We've recently opened a clearance center in our store," said store manager Dreama Spangler. "We're bringing merchandise into the store that people have never seen; it's all d

PALESTINE HERALD-PRESS - 2017-11-18 00:36:00

City health plan called unsustainable

An insurance consultant this week called Palestine's city employee health insurance plan "unsustainable," and "incredibly rich" when compared to those of other municipalities and companies. Under the city's self-funded plan for a single person, employees currently pay $69.15, twice a month, while th

PALESTINE HERALD-PRESS - 2017-11-18 00:30:00

Following threats, Minton to pack at council meetings

A sign with this language would be needed at council meetings to not allow guns at Palestine City Hall. The council would need to pass an ordinance to allow this to occur. After online moderator Ricky Minton started posting comments, about two weeks ago, concerning Councilman Mitchell Jordan's recor

PALESTINE HERALD-PRESS - 2017-11-17 01:06:00

Stockings for soldiers, veterans

To spread holiday cheer to veterans locally and abroad, Rhone Funeral Home is joining more than 800 Veterans & Family Memorial Care funeral home providers nationwide for the ninth annual VFMC Christmas Stocking for Soldiers. "Providing our heroes with good tiding and holiday cheer is a great way for

PALESTINE HERALD-PRESS - 2017-11-17 01:08:00

Big changes in football, soccer highlight new GMC fall sports division alignments

Subscribed, but don't have a login? The Greater Middlesex Conference announced new division alignments for the fall 2018-19 and 2019-20 seasons. Football, which expands from three to four divisions, and boys soccer, which expands from four to five divisions, highlight the biggest changes to the conf

MYCENTRALJERSEY.COM - 2017-11-17 18:54:50

Needle Niters of the Fanwood Presbyterian Church to meet Dec. 1

The next meeting of Needle Niters of the Fanwood Presbyterian Church will be held on Friday, Dec. 1 at 7 p.m. in the church dining room. Enter through the middle door off Marian Ave. This is Needle Nites' evening of fun, food and sharing. The activity of the evening will be filling the gift bags wit

NJ.COM - 2017-11-17 12:30:38

Holiday open house Dec. 9 at Watchung Library

WATCHUNG - Residents and friends of residents are invited to a holiday open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday afternoon, Dec. 9, at the Watchung Library, located at 12 Stirling Road. Guests are invited to enjoy the company of neighbors, partake of holiday refreshments, play a game and try simple holid

NEWJERSEYHILLS.COM - 2017-11-17 18:30:00

Hunter falls out of tree stand, is carried out to road

A hunter fell out of a tree stand Friday afternoon in Hope Township, a Warren County official said. It happened of Route 519 near Swayze Mill Road, Emergency Management Coordinator Frank Wheatley said. The injured man was reportedly being carried out as of 1:30 p.m. The initial call was at 1:07 p.m.

NJ.COM - 2017-11-17 18:57:33