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Rice Lake Area Police Log, Monday, September 17
3:54 p.m. Caller got call from ex’s neighbor who said his kids are outside and can’t get inside ex’s house. 3:57 p.m. Dispatcher called ex but it went to message. 4:02 p.m. Caller wants to pick up his kids. Officer told him to come to house. 4:09 p.m. Ex just returned home from probation office, and
Ladysmith racks up XC wins at Rice Lake
In middle school boy’s action it was Eli Rogers finishing eighth, Timmy Meltz finishing eleventh, Dane Prohaska coming in fourteenth and Gavin Stewart finishing fifteenth as the boys finished in first place in both the overall and small school divisions.
Donations sought for Wooly, future sculptures
Before visiting community events Saturday in Rice Lake, metal mammoth sculpture "Wooly" was park on a trailer Thursday at what will be the sculpture's permanent home later this year.Donations are sought for Wooly and other sculptures by off a check at Rice Lake City Hall payable to City of Rice Lake
UPDATE: Jury selection underway for man accused of killing Rusk Co. deputy
Nitek’s trial will begin Tuesday in Dunn County. St. Croix County judge Scott Needham, who is presiding over the case, ordered the jury to be selected in the county where the incident took place.
Couple charged in fatal Wisconsin crash
OCONTO, Wis. (AP) — Prosecutors say a woman and man were drunk and fighting in their pickup truck when they caused a fatal crash in northeastern Wisconsin.Twenty-six-year-old Kelly Crispin, of St. Paul, Minnesota, and 31-year-old Eric Soloman, of Plymouth, Wyoming, are both charged in Oconto County
How last weekend’s commit, prospect visits went for Wisconsin
This past weekend, Wisconsin hosted several recruits who took in the sites and sounds of Camp Randall Stadium. Despite the 24-21 upset loss to BYU, it appears the prep players enjoyed themselves.
Life Insurance in Wisconsin – A Comprehensive Guide
The benefits of a life insurance policy goes beyond what people usually think. Some don’t even bother with such policies because, in their opinion, this is “poorly-spent” money. In the prospect of an unfortunate event, however, these policies could ensure the well-being of your family.Policyholders
Before Foxconn got access to millions of gallons of Lake Michigan water, Wisconsin quietly gave small village even more
Governors from all eight Great Lakes states had to sign off before Waukesha, Wis., could siphon water out of Lake Michigan.
Police-Sheriff calls: Tuesday, Sept. 11 - Sunday, Sept. 16
Chippewa County law enforcement and emergency agencies responded to the following calls:Tuesday, Sept. 118:54 a.m. Gas leak, Boyd.
Wisconsin Weather: Area Braces For Thunderstorms
The National Weather Service says that periods of showers and thunderstorms will affect southern Wisconsin through Thursday night. Widespread showers and storms, possibly producing flooding rainfall, will be Wednesday night into Thursday.
UPDATE: One taken to the hospital after shooting in Eau Claire
UPDATE:Eau Claire (WQOW)– According to Eau Claire police, there is an “active investigation” into a shooting that occurred on Eau Claire’s southwest side Sunday night around 8:20.According to Eau Claire police, they responded to a call of shots fired at the Oak Ridge Village Mobile Home Park on Reve
Rice Lake Area Police Log, Sunday, September 16
12:49 a.m. Officer has man in custody for drunken driving at Main and Ann streets.10:43 a.m. Woman is causing disturbance in pharmacy. Officers responding.1:30 p.m. Report that convicted sex offender was seen getting into vehicle with woman and children. 5:32 p.m. Officer emailed Sex Offender Regist
Soccer: Spooner vs. Barron
The Spooner-Shell Lake Rails tangled with the Barron Golden Bears in soccer on Thursday, Sept. 13. Despite a terrific effort from the Rails, Barron won the game 6-0. See more in the September 20 edition of the Spooner Advocate. [Photos by Bill Thornley]
Newest Rice Lake restaurant to hold grand opening Wednesday
The Flying Apron Bake House & Bistro has been serving customers on the north side of Rice Lake for a couple months now, but the tethers are officially flying at the Main Street restaurant this week.On Wednesday, Sept. 19, the newest food haven will celebrate a grand opening featuring exclusive speci
1 killed in crash on I-94 in Minneapolis
MINNEAPOLIS (KMSP)- One person has died in a crash on Interstate 94 at 7th Street Saturday afternoon in Minneapolis.According to the Minnesota State Patrol, the crash happened around 2:15 p.m. Saturday.Fox 9 will update the story as more information becomes available.
Wisconsin Football plummets in latest AP Top 25 poll
If Wisconsin wins out in the regular season and then emerges victorious in the Big Ten Championship Game, a Playoff berth will most likely come to fruition. As my colleague, Tanner, notes in hispiece from earlier today, every Power 5 team that has finished with one loss or less and a conference cham
Candidates for 75th District to be interviewed
Candidates running for the 75th District seat of the Wisconsin State Assembly will be featured on Wisconsin Public Radio’s The West Side at 10 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 17, on The Ideas Network on 88.3 WHWC-FM/ Menomonie-Eau Claire and 88.7 WRFW-FM/ River Falls.Democrat Ali Holzman of Cumberland and Rep
170 pounds of meth seized in record drug bust
The investigation, carried out by agents of the Cannon River Drug and Violent Offender Task Force, began in January of 2018 in southeastern Minnesota. Months of police work led to a home on the 3600 block of Dupont Avenue North, where surveillance yielded enough information to get a search warrant i
Election Security Remains A Work In Progress For Wisconsin
A voting sign is seen outside the town hall in Lake Mills, Wis., on Aug. 14, 2018. Cybersecurity experts warn that private vendors, modems and removable memory devices make the state's decentralized voting system vulnerable to attack.
Rice Lake Area Police Log, Thursday, September 13
5:16 p.m. Caller’s teen daughter walked away from her on South Main Street, and caller has to go pick up another child at daycare, and then will meet officer at Police Department. 5:38 p.m. Officer is at store with teen. 5:48 p.m. Officer reports that she was counseled and returned to mom.