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Marshfield police search for suspect who stole card encoder from Baymont Inn Hotel
MARSHFIELD - Police are searching for a suspect who stole a key encoding machine from a Marshfield hotel. The Marshfield Police Department is looking for the person who stole the $3,000 encoding machine from the Baymont Inn Hotel, 2107 N. Central Ave., at about 9 a.m. Wednesday.
Braem Park 'master plan' unveiled, discussed at Marshfield open house
MARSHFIELD, WI (WSAU) -- A proposed master plan for improvements to Marshfield's popular Braem Park was unveiled, and discussed, at a special open house Thursday night. Former Marshfield mayor Chris Meyer now serves on the city's 'Park and Rec. Committee' and says city officials heard a lot of great
City of Marshfield considers 86-room hotel at former Knights of Columbus site
MARSHFIELD - A new hotel is in the works for the city of Marshfield. The Marshfield Joint Review Board heard a proposal this week from Redevelopment Resources, a Madison-based consulting firm, for an 86-room hotel building at the site of the former Knights of Columbus building on West Upham Street.
Marshfield police pay it forward through Shop with a Cop
MARSHFIELD – Marshfield’s Police Department helped 10 children do some Christmas shopping this year. The Department held its first “Shop with a Cop” program on Dec. 13. Police Chief Rick Gramza said 10 children each received $100 for a shopping spree at Walmart, thanks to the Marshfield Professional
Marshfield School District makes changes to retirement benefits
MARSHFIELD – The value of retirement benefits for certain employees in the Marshfield School District is dropping. With Frances Bohon and Dorothy Chaney absent, the Board of Education voted 5-0 last night in favor of a revised version of the district’s retirement benefit plan – which covers those te
Marshfield edges past Ashland gymnastics
MARSHFIELD — Marshfield edged by Ashland in gymnastics Thursday, and defeated the Oredockers 134.325 to 131.375 in a Great Northern Conference dual meet. "The girls had a very solid meet tonight," AHS head coach Donna Kurilla said. "They were able to overcome a lot of their anxiety that they felt go
Marshfield to hire three additional firefighter-paramedics
MARSHFIELD – Marshfield aldermen have signed off on the addition of three new firefighter paramedics for the city’s Fire and Rescue Department. The Marshfield Common Council voted 10-0 last night in favor of the additions, after the city’s Police and Fire Commission had given its approval in Septemb
PHOTO: Pedal for a Cure raises $14,457.53
STEVENS POINT — Marshfield Clinic Special Events Coordinator Mary Beth Knoeck (right) receives a check for $14,457.53 from Mark and Kathy Pliska; co-chairs of Pedal for a Cure. The money was raised duing an annual event at The Bar in Stevens Point in October, and will be used for multiple sclerosis
Marshfield police seek information in hotel theft
MARSHFIELD, Wis. (WSAW) The Marshfield Police Department is investigating the theft of a hotel key encoding machine worth about $3,000. The theft took place just after 9 a.m. at the Baymont Inn Hotel Wednesday morning at 2107 N. Central Avenue in Marshfield.
Marshfield could get new hotel development
MARSHFIELD – The city of Marshfield may be getting a multi-million dollar hotel development near the city’s world-class medical complex. The city’s Joint Review Board heard preliminary details Dec. 10, regarding plans to create a tax incremental financing district for the proposed development on the
Wisconsin Men Plead Guilty Charges Linked to Killing of Mountain Lion
Three Wisconsin men pleaded guilty to charges linked to the killing of a mountain lion in January 2017. Robert Peters, 53, and Steven Reindahl, 55, both of Turtle Lake, pleaded guilty in federal court on Dec. 12 of hindering a federal grand jury investigation by providing false testimony about the 2
New retirement plan approved by Marshfield School Board
MARSHFIELD, WI (WSAU-WDLB) -- It was a difficult decision but members of the Marshfield School Board have voted to modify the district's retirement plan for professional staff hired before July 1st, 2012.
Marshfield to add 'EMS' positions
MARSHFIELD, WI (WSAU) -- Marshfield's Common Council has approved the addition of three 'firefighter/paramedic' positions to the city's emergency response staff, and Fire Chief Scott Owen says they'll be a big asset to a department that's typically been under-staffed.
Marshfield Joint Review Board hears hotel proposal
MARSHFIELD, WI (WSAU-WDLB) -- The city of Marshfield could be getting a new hotel near the Marshfield Clinic campus. WDLB Radio reports the city's Joint Review Board heard the details of a proposal to create a tax increment district at the site of the old Knights of Columbus Hall to help kick-start
Wisconsin State Patrol Increases Presence on HWY 13
Wisconsin State Patrol is stepping up detail on HWY 13 between Spencer and Marshfield. Additional law enforcement vehicles are checking for traffic violations to remind drivers of the posted speed limit signs in place.
Marshfield Clinic Health System acquires Neillsville hospital, three clinics
NEILLSVILLE - Marshfield Clinic Health System got a little bigger with four local acquisitions — Neillsville's Memorial Hospital and Neillsville's Clinic, Greenwood Clinic and Loyal Therapy Center the company announced Thursday in a press release.
High school: Tuesday's girls results
De Pere's Keely Dorn (13) and SPASH's Kaylee Hintz (30) go for a rebound in a girls basketball game at De Pere high school on Tuesday, November 27, 2018 in De Pere, Wis. Adam Wesley/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin.
Marshfield boys overtake Red Raiders
WISCONSIN RAPIDS – The Marshfield Tigers boys basketball team claimed a conference win against the Wisconsin Rapids Red Raiders Dec. 11 at Lincoln High School. The Tigers (3-2 overall) led the Red Raiders (1-4 overall) at halftime, 48-19, before securing a 75-51 win in the Wisconsin Valley.
Farm Tech Days heading to Clark County in 2022
NEILLSVILLE, WI (WSAU-WDLB) -- The state's biggest farm technology show will be coming back to Central Wisconsin in less than 4 years. The Board of Directors of Wisconsin Farm Technology Days has announced that Clark County will host the event in the summer of 2022 after Marshfield hosted the event
Winter Weather Advisory Wednesday morning for some
**A Winter Weather Advisory is posted for Wood, Portage, Waupaca, Waushara, Adams, Juneau, Monroe, and Jackson Counties Wednesday morning for expected slippery conditions. Clouds will stick around the area and will start to deliver light precipitation to especially the southern portion of the area b