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Man subject of lockdown, manhunt in custody

A report of an armed man in the area of Webb Ave. and Braun St. sparked a massive armed manhunt by local officers and the lockdown of local businesses. Throughout the afternoon police continued searching the area around downtown Crossville. The search for a man wanted in a domestic situation that re


Christmas parades begin next week

Even before the Thanksgiving meals were prepared, officials in Putnam's four cities have been planning their annual Christmas parades.Baxter's is first, beginning a week from today, Dec. 1, at ... This item is available in full to subscribers. Preparing for Putnam County's four Christmas parades ar

HERALD-CITIZEN - 2017-11-24 17:00:09

School District saving money on energy costs

birdman@tmcvoice.com Last year's major overhaul of McCreary school facilities has proven to be a major savings in overall energy costs for the District. At Thursday night's meeting of the McCreary County Board of Education a presentation by Adam Pierce from CMTA Energy Solutions showed the Board h


Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Jones Home & Farm Center

Photo by Eugenia Jones The McCreary County Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for Jones Home & Farm Center formerly Dolen's Furniture and Appliances in Whitley City. With Matt Jones owning the property and Chad Jones as company owner, the store offers a complete line of M


Historical figures come to life

Mrs. Barbara Thomas' 6 th Grade class from Whitley City Elementary presented a wax museum of historical figures last Friday. The sixth graders were challenged to research their chosen character, develop their character's costume, create the back drop for their character, and write and present a scri


Three arrested on drug charges

birdman@tmcvoice.com Three individuals were arrested on trafficking charges early Sunday morning at Parkland Motel after authorities were searching for a wanted suspect. According to McCreary County Sheriff Randy Waters officers went to the motel after receiving information that William R. Cross, 3


It Pays to Shop Local

"Shop Local" event supports local economy by showcasing unique local businesses By Eugenia Jones eugenia@highland.net Want to find unique merchandise at a great price? Want to discover new local businesses? Want to support our neighbors and our local economy? If so, make plans now to be at the M


SMHS hosts sixth annual Panther Dash

The Coordinated School Health Team at Stone Memorial High School hosted the sixth annual Panther Dash on Saturday, Nov. 11. The dash featured a 5K race and a one-mile fun run/walk for all ages that were timed by Tennessee Race Timing. There were more than 60 participants ranging in age from 4 to 80.


Rafa Todd joins district attorney's office

The Barron County District Attorney's Office has a new assistant district attorney. John Rafa Todd earned his law degree at the University of Wisconsin Law School in Madison in the spring. He replaced Rachel Kibbe (Payne) who was with the office since spring 2015. Rafa Todd, who now lives in Rice L

APG OF WISCONSIN - 2017-11-24 12:00:00

Police-Sheriff calls: Wednesday, Nov. 22 and Thursday, Nov. 23

Law enforcement and emergency response agencies in Chippewa County responded to the following calls: Wednesday, Nov. 22 9:28 a.m. Criminal damage, 6000 block of 190th St., Chippewa Falls. 11:13 a.m. Domestic, 25000 block of Highway 40, New Auburn. 1:22 p.m. Theft of shepherd/chow mix dog, 28000 bloc

CHIPPEWA HERALD - 2017-11-24 16:23:00

Holiday event for the United Way

The annual Holly Auction and Taste of the Holly Days is Wednesday, Dec. 6 at Turtleback Golf Course in Rice Lake. The event is a fundraiser for the United Way. Donations are currently being accepted. Tickets are available at the door for $15 at 6 p.m. or at the VIP level of $30 at 5:30 p.m. The purc

APG OF WISCONSIN - 2017-11-24 12:00:00

Ag group's focus is on trade - Barron News-Shield: Agriculture

KANSAS CITY - Trade was topic of discussion during the National Association of Farm Broadcaster's Convention in Kansas City. President for the National Grain and Feed Association Randy Gordon told News Talk WJAG the NGFA supports a proactive U.S. trade agenda focused on expanding market access and f

NEWS-SHIELD.COM - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

Father arrested, suspected of role in 3-month-old's death

A 3-month-old child died at the hospital in July and now the child's father has been arrested on suspicion of first-degree reckless homicide. Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said in a press release on Wednesday, Nov. 22, that Curtis Strand, 31, of Haugen, had been arrested. On July 9, at 5:2


Man allegedly interfered with ambulance crew

Criminal charges have been filed against a Rice Lake man accused of interfering with an ambulance crew tending to his sick roommate. William R. Eckerman, 59, of 215 W. Eau Claire St. appeared in Barron County Circuit Court on felony charges of intentionally obstructing emergency persons and bail jum


Turkey Recipes - How to Make Thanksgiving Leftovers Pizza

This recipe is similar to the other pizza recipes, but it offers a slightly different take on how to combine your leftovers. Allrecipes' directions are also a little more thorough yet slower-paced, so even the beginner chef should be able to pull this off. This article originally ran on news.lee.net


Letter to the editor: Wisconsin Economic Development Council

With a terrible past record of accountability, why is WEDC allowed to exist? I have read numerous articles about lack of accountability, inaccurate account of the number of jobs created, and the list goes on. Does WEDC have full knowledge of where taxpayer's dollars were spent and what were the resu


Tom Landry Hall of Fame Stadium comes alive

For most of their adult lives attending Friday night football games at Mission High School was a family tradition for Joe and Maria Montemayor. Herself a Mission High graduate, Maria said the couple's four children are also MHS graduates and all three daughters, Marizol, Lauri and Melinda were cheer

PROGRESSTIMES.NET - 2017-11-24 15:00:00

New property annexed into the city of Palmview

The Palmview city council approved an ordinance at their Tuesday meeting annexing around 400 acres into the city. However, the city council voted to make the ordinance take effect next summer instead of the standard 15 days it normally takes for an ordinance to take effect. The property is located i

PROGRESSTIMES.NET - 2017-11-24 15:00:00

Back to the classics: Local arcade store feels national demand for nostalgia

McALLEN - The sound of more than 40 classic arcade machines fills the main floor of The Flux as customers are transported to an era when video games and toys required more than a swipe and a tap to be enjoyed. The shop - which feels more like a museum of vintage toys, games and other niche items tha

MCALLEN MONITOR - 2017-11-25 03:00:00

Attorney who defended South Texas sheriffs and drug kingpins dies at 77

Roberto J. "Bobby Joe" Yzaguirre, a Rio Grande Valley attorney who represented sheriffs and Gulf Cartel bosses, died Thursday. He was 77. Yzaguirre died on Thanksgiving at Doctors Hospital at Renaissance in Edinburg, days after suffering a heart attack. "I considered him a colleague - not just a def