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Public safety: Woman steals, bubbles, candy, from store

At 3:19 p.m. Sept. 12, a Marshfield woman reported her 13-year-old son was riding his skateboard home from school when he collided with a van, fell to the ground, injured his wrist and broke his skateboard. The woman believed the van also was damaged. At 10:36 p.m. Friday, an employee at Walmart,

MARSHFIELDNEWSHERALD.COM - 2017-09-19 17:26:33

Walker proclaims United Way Months

MARSHFIELD - Gov. Scott Walker has designated the months of September and October 2017 as United Way Months in Wisconsin in recognition of the launch of United Way annual campaigns throughout the state. The 42 United Ways across Wisconsin each work within their communities to meet needs using funds

HUBCITYTIMES.COM - 2017-09-18 07:00:00

Featured MAPS pet of the week: Otto

Hi, my name is Otto. I am a sweet and attractive guy looking for my forever home. I am just one of more than 80 cats and kittens at the shelter. We all need homes, so we are having a "Back to School BOGO." Throughout the month of September, you can adopt two great cats or kittens, and MAPS will take

HUBCITYTIMES.COM - 2017-09-18 07:00:00

Step back in time: Sept. 10-16 in Hub City history

Recently held in the center court in front of JCPenney at the Shoppes of Wood Ridge Mall, the MOMS Club of Marshfield presented a children's book reading. Books were read by club members Charissa Yurkovich, Jessica Torres, Kari Lobner, Karen McGreevey, and Amy Neumann. Twenty-five years ago In recen

HUBCITYTIMES.COM - 2017-09-18 07:00:00

Annual Blackout Cancer Game Benefits Local Boy, 4

There was more than one winner at Goerke Field on Friday night. The annual Blackout Cancer football game, held when the Stevens Point Area Senior High School Panthers take on the Marshfield Tigers, raises money in support of a local cancer patient. This year's recipient is local 4-year-old Carsyn Gu

SPCITYTIMES.COM - 2017-09-17 07:00:00

5 ways to treat foot odor

Physical activity or day-to-day tasks can keep you on your feet all day. All this movement may be healthful, but one negative byproduct may be foot odor. Excess foot sweat or even certain shoe materials can be the cause. "Some of the main reasons for foot odor are increased perspiration, electrolyte

WAUSAU DAILY HERALD - 2017-09-17 22:26:01

Marshfield group hosts Nygren for drug talk

John Nygren, (R) 89th District State Representative MARSHFIELD, WI (WSAU-WDLB) -- State Representative John Nygren addressed the Marshfield Area Coalition for Youth (MACY) on Monday, during an event which was focused on recognizing community partners. Nygren has championed the HOPE Agenda in the As

WSAU.COM - 2017-09-19 07:28:00

Jamf's allure counteracts trend

EAU CLAIRE - From the fourth-floor community room at software developer Jamf, employees can grab a local craft beer from the fridge, teleconference with mentors at Fortune 500 companies and take in postcard-perfect views of a revitalized downtown riverfront. It's all part of company founder Zach Hal

EAU CLAIRE LEADER-TELEGRAM - 2017-09-17 23:28:58

Pacelli volleyball set to battle in CWC South

With a veteran team back from a year ago, the Pacelli Catholic High School volleyball team will look to contend for the Conference Title in the inaugural season of the Central Wisconsin Conference (CWC) South. The Pacelli Catholic High School volleyball team placed second at the Auburndale Invitatio

PCGAZETTE.COM - 2017-09-17 07:30:32

A western Wisconsin prison has limited its operations

STANLEY, Wis. (WEAU) -- A western Wisconsin prison has limited its operations A spokesman for the Department of Corrections says the Stanley Correction Institution was on "modified movement.' The department says some institution operations were limited due to operational needs. The DOC says it diff

WEAU-TV 13 - 2017-09-18 19:41:00

Menomonie Market hosts farm tour in Osseo

Osseo (WQOW) -- Are you interested to see where your food comes from? Or maybe you want to get to know the people who provide it for you. On Saturday, about 25 people from the Chippewa Valley were given that opportunity. The Menomomie Market offers a charter bus that tours farms to promote local far

WQOW - 2017-09-17 03:30:00

Stanley Correctional Institution not on lock down, DOC representative says

Stanley (WQOW) - A few viewers reached out to News 18 about a western Wisconsin prison, which they thought was under lock down. On Monday morning, News 18 reached out to the Wisconsin Department of Corrections about the tip. A representative with the DOC said the Stanley Correctional Institution was

WQOW - 2017-09-18 19:43:00

Classic cars bring families together at Route 66 Cruisin' Reunion in Ontario

ONTARIO >> When Jason Bootsma's grandfather bought the Chevrolet station wagon, it was just a handy way to take his family from Point A to Point B. It turned into a 51-year, not-quite-100,000-mile drive into a four-generational love affair with classic cars. The car now belongs to Bootsma, a 40-year

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-17 02:01:33

San Diego man removed from sex offender registry is arrested in Fontana, found with child porn, police say

Joseph Welsh, 47, of San Diego. (Photo courtesy of Fontana Police Department) A San Diego man who successfully petitioned not to have to register as a sex offender was found to be in possession of child pornography, Fontana police said. Their investigation into Joseph Welsh, 47, began after he was n

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-18 22:15:48

Riverside identity theft suspect with hundreds of alleged victims is ordered to stand trial

Cassandra Dianne Conney, 28, of Riverside was ordered Monday, Sept. 18, 2017, to stand trial on 41 charges of identity theft and other crimes. (Photo courtesy of Riverside Police Department) A probationer accused of stealing mail from hundreds of Riverside residents and using their personal informat

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE - 2017-09-19 01:52:37

PVHMC offers $50 mammograms through October

Breast cancer is a devastating disease that has claimed far too many of our mothers and grandmothers, sisters and daughters, friends and family members. At Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center (PVHMC), we are committed in making advanced 3D breast imaging technology available to all patients, regar

CLAREMONT-COURIER.COM - 2017-09-19 19:26:00

2 Men Arrested After Leading Police On Chase In Stolen SUV From San Bernardino County

PASADENA (CBSLA.com) - Two men in a stolen truck hauling a small trailer are in jail after leading police on a chase that began in San Bernardino County and ended in Pasadena. San Bernardino County sheriff's deputies began chasing the Ford pickup with a shell at about 12:45 p.m. in Rancho Cucamonga.

CBSLOCAL.COM - 2017-09-18 23:22:00

Pitzer College president to undergo chemotherapy for rare condition

Pitzer College President Melvin Oliver revealed he has been diagnosed with a rare protein condition. In a campus-wide email sent out September 19 and obtained by the COURIER, Mr. Oliver explained that the disease, AL Amyloidosis, causes malformed proteins produced in the bone marrow to multiply and

CLAREMONT-COURIER.COM - 2017-09-19 20:15:00

Chino police conducting pedestrian enforcement operation

Police in Chino will continue its week-long pedestrian safety enforcement operation through Friday that focuses on trouble spots in the city. In the past three years, there have been 68 fatal or injury traffic collisions involving pedestrians, said police spokeswoman Monica Gutierrez. "The departmen

CHAMPIONNEWSPAPERS.COM - 2017-09-19 18:00:00

Webb Schools finalizes 75-acre land purchase north of campus

The Webb Schools, the prestigious boarding school nestled in the Claremont foothills, is doubling its size. The news comes after the school made public a 75-acre purchase of pristine Claremont hillside to the northeast of the campus, Webb Schools Director of Communications Joe Woodward said. Head of

CLAREMONT-COURIER.COM - 2017-09-19 19:38:00