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Hammond man charged after St. Croix County crash

A Hammond man made his initial court appearance Wednesday on charges stemming from a suspected drunken driving crash. St. Croix County prosecutors charged Nicholas J. Hukriede, 29, with one count of felony OWI causing injury and a misdemeanor count of OWI-third offense. St. Croix County Circuit Cour

NEW RICHMOND NEWS - 2017-11-23 23:55:00

Frac-tured hills: Professor's book goes inside the fight against Wisconsin sand mines

Menomonie, Wis. - Like the west-central Wisconsin residents he attended meetings with, Thomas Pearson became aware of frac sand mining as a citizen, concerned about a new industry that threatened to alter lives and landscapes. His concern, as he watched the drama unfold, grew into a research project

CHIPPEWA HERALD - 2017-11-24 22:00:00

Ellsworth police: Snapchat scare; Sticky fingers

The following incidents were investigated by the Ellsworth Police Department Nov. 5-13. Snapchat scare A complainant forwarded Snapchat photos of a juvenile holding a gun to his head at 10:48 a.m. Nov. 6. The email was also sent to the Ellsworth Middle School principal. The school performed a threat

PIERCE COUNTY HERALD - 2017-11-24 20:46:00

Ellsworth students show support for local families in Gift Box Program

Ellsworth High School students have been planning this year's Gift Box Program since October, and are ready to see their hard work benefit the families in need in their community. The six students in charge of running this year's holiday program, Julia VanWatermeulen, Jake Nevison, Claire Straub, Na

RIVERTOWNS.NET - 2017-11-24 17:33:00

Candidates line up Harsdorf's former seat

Seven candidates have filed paperwork to run in a special election to fill the state Senate seat vacated by newly appointed Agriculture Secretary Sheila Harsdorf. Voters will choose replacements Jan. 16 for the Senate District 10 seat, which has state Reps. Adam Jarchow, of Balsam Lake, and Shannon


Don't be afraid of the Black Cat Punkin' Patch

After growing a small plot of pumpkins on his family's land last year, 10-year-old Roberts resident and fifth grade St. Croix Central Elementary student Thomas Iverson wanted to go bigger for his second foray into pumpkin growing. "We planted 1,500 seeds by hand, which was actually pretty fun. Then


College men's basketball: Wilson leads Bulldogs over Huskies

Wilson was 7-of-8 shooting from the field, hitting 4-of-5 3-pointers. He was one of five Bulldogs (2-2) to score in double figures along with sophomore and Superior native Brandon Myer (15), sophomore Logan Rohrscheib (13) and junior Trevor Entwisle (12). Sophomore Luke Harris came off the bench to


Twin Cities kids giving thanks for chairs, peacocks, art and family

We've all met those kids who somehow know and say things that even adults haven't figured out yet. As it turns out, the Twin Cities area is full of creative, funny and smart first-graders just like that. These young people know what it means to be grateful, and as the holiday season approaches, we h

PIONEER PRESS - 2017-11-23 15:00:00

Napa nonprofits team up on social media for Giving Tuesday

Numerous local nonprofit groups are joining forces online next week to encourage people to give as well as buy as the holiday season begins - and for many, the burdens created by the Napa County wildfires have added to the urgency. The sixth annual Giving Tuesday, a worldwide social media and Intern

NAPA VALLEY REGISTER - 2017-11-24 18:00:00

Napa Community Celebrates Thanksgiving After Devastation

People who live in Napa are coming together this Thanksgiving following the destructive and deadly Atlas fire. Some who lost everything, spent Thanksgiving with neighbors who's homes survived. "We care about each other," Napa homeowner Kathy Simmons said. "We came together to celebrate Thanksgiving

CBSLOCAL.COM - 2017-11-23 23:52:29

Police: Woman breaks into Napa house, uses bathroom

A woman was arrested Wednesday afternoon after a reported home break-in, according to Napa Police. Around 4:50 p.m., an intruder entered a house on Seminary Street and used the bathtub and toilet there, according to Cpl. Alfonso Ortiz. Upon being called by the returning homeowner, Napa Police sent o

NAPA VALLEY REGISTER - 2017-11-23 23:30:00

Napa Valley Distillery releases a special whiskey to honor fire fighters

Paul McRoberts tests the proof of the whiskey with a hydrometer and graduated cylinder as Napa firefighters pitched to help on the Napa Valley Distillery project. Submitted photo Napa Valley Distillery is releasing a limited-edition whiskey in honor of the firefighters of the Napa Fire Department "

NAPA VALLEY REGISTER - 2017-11-23 23:40:00

Napa Christmas Parade set for Saturday

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Napa Christian Scientists put the 'thanks' in Thanksgiving

Buy Now Jenny Pratt, a member of the Napa congregation of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, rehearses "Bless His Holy Name" before the congregation's Thanksgiving Day service. The holiday worship is unique in featuring both the full text of the president's Thanksgiving proclamation and a time f

NAPA VALLEY REGISTER - 2017-11-23 23:20:00

Two women arrested after reported clothing thefts in Napa

Napa Police reported the arrests of two women in connection with two thefts from a Levi's outlet store in five days. The suspects first went to Napa Premium Outlets on Freeway Drive on Nov. 17, when they selected various pieces of clothing and left without paying, according to Cpl. Alfonso Ortiz. At

NAPA VALLEY REGISTER - 2017-11-23 21:36:00

NapaSan delays big Brown Valley sewer project until 2019

Buy Now Napa Sanitation District is seeking a low-cost state loan to lower the cost of major sewer line construction project in west Napa. The project could begin in 2019.Register file photo A $20 million-plus sewer project along busy Napa streets - including Browns Valley Road near Westwood Hills


Our view: Cheers and Jeers

A CHEER ... to Trevor Healy, his family and the Honeoye Central School District community for the national recognition in having a talented musician rehearse and perform with the best of the nation at the National Association for Music Education's All-National Honors Ensembles Symphony Orchestra. Tr

MPNNOW - 2017-11-25 07:01:00

Black Friday: A subdued morning as shoppers hit area stores

BATAVIA - Despite the seasonal hype, this year's Black Friday shopping spree initially seemed a bit subdued. The streets of Batavia were quiet Friday morning on a day typically known for throngs of manic shoppers seeking holiday deals. "It's slower than normal," said Kmart's store manager Lil Grun

THE DAILY NEWS ONLINE - 2017-11-25 13:15:00

In her own words: Tina Woolley describes the ordeal of her husband of 15 years being detained

(Editor's Note: This is part of a six-page letter Tina Woolley sent to the Daily News about her ordeal in Lyndonville and what she has gone through) I am writing this letter in hopes that someone will read this and help us. I have emailed several politicians with the only reply being spam and junk m

THE DAILY NEWS ONLINE - 2017-11-25 13:15:00

New music teacher building program at St. Joseph School with donated instruments

BATAVIA - Page six is a magical place at St. Joseph's School band room. Students in grades four through eight have the same lesson book and practice the same songs on their own. And when they gather, it all comes together, instrumental music teacher Wendy Williams says. "It goes from 'I'm making sou

THE DAILY NEWS ONLINE - 2017-11-25 13:15:00