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Heavy rain, flash flood hits Hayward

A severe thunderstorm brought heavy rain and temporary flash flooding to the Hayward area around 9:30 a.m. Friday, Sept. 22. The amount of rain reported included 2.85 inches at the Hayward Airport, 3.3 inches on Poppe Drive off County Hill Road, 4.22 inches on the north shore of Round Lake with 10 m

APG OF WISCONSIN - 2017-09-22 16:15:00

Area organizations combat human trafficking

The Sawyer County Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) and Hayward United Methodist Church continued the work of Project Compassion, Protect and Rescue (CPR) though creating First Steps Backpacks at an event Thursday, Sept. 15, at the Methodist Church. Church members and members of MRC Unit 3826 gathered in

APG OF WISCONSIN - 2017-09-24 19:30:00

Woodland owners to meet Sept. 21-24 at Lakewoods

Woodland owners from across the state will gather in Cable this September for the Wisconsin Woodland Owners Association's (WWOA) 38th annual meeting. The meeting is being hosted by WWOA's Northwest Chapter members at Lakewoods Resort Sept. 21-24. This year's keynote speaker will be Ben Popp, executi

APG OF WISCONSIN - 2017-09-24 16:30:00

Demand not there for more southern routes, says manager

Despite an appeal by a citizen in southern Sawyer County for more transit routes to serve residents in the southern reaches of the county, it appears that ridership numbers just won't allow the addition of additional routes. Karen Melasecca, transit manager for Namekagon Transit, said there isn't en

APG OF WISCONSIN - 2017-09-23 12:00:00

Repairs may hit $7.5 million

Seeking to do energy-saving facility repairs without an increase in taxes, the Hayward School Board voted 5-0 Monday to approve a scope of work. If the financing is approved later, the board would borrow approximately $5,987,050 for the repairs, plus a $1,497,000 energy consultant fee for a total po

APG OF WISCONSIN - 2017-09-22 12:00:00

Group takes part in 'God's Work - Our Hands'

Sunday, September 10, 2017 was the day that congregations of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) joined together across the nation for "God's Work - Our Hands" Day. Trinity Lutheran Church members in Spooner expressed the gospel's promise to serve neighbors by wearing bright yellow T-s

APG OF WISCONSIN - 2017-09-24 13:27:00

Injured hawk gets care; K9 watched, admired

Dr. Kim Ammann takes an injured red-tailed hawk from Steve Guernsey, who had found the bird along the highway, its wing broken.BY MARILYN CLARE His short broad tail brick red, his body's feathers brown speckled, his face creamy tan, a red-tailed hawk was standing, unmoving, roadside on Hwy. 53. We'd

APG OF WISCONSIN - 2017-09-23 13:27:00

Walk will raise money to help end Alzheimer's

SPOONER- Organizers of the Walk to End Alzheimer's invite people to join "the fight for Alzheimer's first survivor" during the walk on Saturday, Sept. 23, at Trinity Lutheran Church. Registration begins at 9 a.m., with a ceremony at 10 a.m. and then a two-mile walk to follow. The family-friendly eve

APG OF WISCONSIN - 2017-09-22 13:33:00

Tipping Point Book Club to meet

SPOONER- The Tipping Point Book Club meets from 6:30 to 8 p.m. the first Thursday of each month at Spooner Memorial Library. Everyone is welcome. Attendees at the October 5 gathering will discuss "Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City." Copies of the book can be obtained through the libra

APG OF WISCONSIN - 2017-09-22 13:31:00

Spooner PTA to host Spooner Glow Run

The Spooner PTA extends an invitation to everyone to attend the first-ever Glow Run at Spooner High School at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 29. It will be a fun family event for all ages. Glow stations will be set up on the course, and participants will be decorated with a variety of glow-in-the-dark i

APG OF WISCONSIN - 2017-09-23 13:35:00

Ceska's fall concert will feature squeezeboxes

HAUGEN- Tickets are now on sale for "Long Live the Squeezebox XXIX" Fall Edition, which will be presented at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 6, at the esk Opera House in Haugen. The show is a light-hearted celebration of accordion and concertina music and folk humor. Reservations are required and may be o

APG OF WISCONSIN - 2017-09-24 13:35:00

Natural Connections: A mycological foray in the North

BY EMILY STONE | CABLE NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM NATURALIST/EDUCATOR7 min ago0 A cluster of beautiful mushrooms pokes from a mossy, shaded section of rocky and wooded terrain in the woodlands. Experts are guessing that names will be put on at least 550 species of fungi collected over just a few days in

APG OF WISCONSIN - 2017-09-23 21:20:00

Woman robbed of shoes and phone in Aberdeen

A woman was beaten then robbed of her phone and shoes by two other women Thursday morning, according to Aberdeen Police Lt. Kevin Darst. Reports of a fight in front of the Aberdeen fire station brought officers to the scene, where the victim was still located. She told officers she knew the attacker

DAILY WORLD - 2017-09-23 08:30:00

Can you identify suspects who assaulted and stole a woman's shoes?

The Aberdeen Police Department needs your help to identify 2 women who assaulted another woman, and stole her shoes and phone. According to a report, on Thursday morning, Grays Harbor Dispatch leaned of a fight in progress in front of the Aberdeen Fire Department involving three women in the street.

KXRO.COM - 2017-09-22 18:49:32

First razor clam toxin tests look good at most beaches

Razor clams harvested Sept. 18 by the Department of Fish and Wildlife indicate toxin levels are low enough to allow for safe digging on all tested beaches. However, coastal shellfish manager Dan Ayres said that opening dates are still considered tentative until a second round of testing is performed

NORTHCOASTNEWS.COM - 2017-09-23 08:30:00

North Beach board hears outpouring of support for principal

Rhonda Ham, Ocean Shores Elementary School principal, has submitted her resignation. About 75 people packed the North Beach School District Board of Directors meeting this week, most of them in support of Ocean Shores Elementary School principal Rhonda Ham, who abruptly submitted her resignation eff

DAILY WORLD - 2017-09-23 08:30:00

Council candidates differ on business-tourism issues

The candidates for the four open Ocean Shores City Council seats focused on more business-related topics last week at a forum sponsored by the Ocean Shores/North Beach Chamber of Commerce. Questions ranged from staking out differing views of the proposed Point Brown Avenue redesign project to the ma

NORTHCOASTNEWS.COM - 2017-09-23 08:30:00

First test samples good for clam digs

The first recreational razor clam opener remains tentative as marine toxin tests are completed and the first round of test samples show acceptable levels for a clam dig. The samples were all collected on Monday and were announced yesterday as the WDFW says that all of the beaches returned with below

KXRO.COM - 2017-09-22 15:00:00

Boy Scouts give Woodland orchard new look

WOODLAND - Fresh fall apples and crunchy walnuts await visitors at the newly refurbished Guild-Klady Centennial Farm. In partnership with the Port of Woodland, Boy Scout Troop 531 recently completed a seven-month project to restore the 140-year old orchard, which had been overgrown and decaying for

COLUMBIAN - 2017-09-24 13:00:00

Federal judge stings Woodland officer

A federal judge has awarded both sides some victories in a lawsuit in which a former Woodland woman alleges an abuse of police power against the Woodland Police Department and two officers. But in a ruling handed down last month, U.S. District Judge Ronald Leighton had some stern things to say about

LONGVIEW DAILY NEWS - 2017-09-23 06:00:00