Northern WI Community News

Jeff Hubbard serves chicken at Wednesday's community dinner in Hayward.

Hayward Church Serves Wednesday Meals for 20 Years

Some records could be purged from an online Wisconsin court database after a recommendation from a state committee.

Panel Votes to Purge Cases from Wis. Online Court Database

Poll Finds No Consensus on Wisconsin Roads Funding

ATV Rider Dies Following Douglas Co. Crash

Man Apparently Drowns in Chequamegon Bay

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LCO Chairman Responds to Sen. Duffy's Request for More Information

DirecTV Settles with Wisconsin Viewers over Billing Issues

Charges Considered after Ashland Inmate Disturbance

Wisconsin Schools Borrowing at Highest Level in 20 Years

Northland College Provides Undocumented Immigrant Sanctuary


Special Report: Mold in LCO Housing Raises Concerns and Request for Financial Information

Wisconsin Woman Killed in Iron County Snowmobile Accident

Thousands Flock to Cable for First-Ever Birkebeiner Festival

Cooperative Mergers Shrink Wisconsin Dairy Farmers' Options

The American Birkebeiner ski race will not be held this year due to a lack of snow, but a ski event will still be held at the trailhead.
Birkie Canceled due to Lack of Snow, Replaced with 5K Loop
44th Annual Birkiebeiner Events Held Despite Unseasonable Weather
Wisconsin Budget Proposal Would Move Forestry Division Up North
After taking a closer look at the numbers, the Wisconsin DNR has found that hunters took slightly more deer in 2016 than the previous year.
New Wis. DNR Estimates Show Hunters Took More Deer in 2016
Mercer School District Closes due to Flu
American Birkebeiner events are scheduled for Feb. 23, 24, and 25 in Hayward and Cable.
Community of Hayward Braces for the Birkie
Two Wisconsin legislators have dropped a bill to get rid of daylight saving time. Instead, they want to make it permanent year-round.
Wis. Lawmakers Now Want Year-Round Daylight Saving Time
Study: Wisconsin's Deer Overpopulation Harms Soil, Plant Growth
Delegates, Lobby Teams Prepare for Superior Days
Hunting, Fishing Fees Wouldn't Go Up under Walker Budget
UW Study Finds DNR Underreported Wolf Deaths
Proposals at the Wisconsin Capitol would create stiffer penalties for drunken driving.
New Push for Stiffer Drunken Driven Penalties in Wis.
Volunteers made comforters for kids in crisis during a Quiltathon in Superior on Thursday.

Volunteers Quilt for Kids in Crisis

Council Approves Engineering Plan for Wis. Point Restoration
Panel Votes to Purge Cases from Wis. Online Court Database
Superior Mayoral Candidates Talk Short-Term Challenges in Forum
Virtual and Augmented Reality Helping Clients Envision LHB Designs
Superior Sister City Holds Fundraiser to Support Anniversary Celebration
The Ironwood Public Safety Department responded to a fully engulfed house fire on Wednesday morning.

Home Destroyed, Dog Feared Dead in Ironwood Fire

Human Remains Found in Ironwood Home Slated for Demolition
Michigan Jobless Rate Rises to 5.3 Percent
Michigan Graduation, Dropout Rates Don't Change Much
Michigan Governor Hopes House GOP Health Bill is 'Improved'
New Mich. Legislation Aims to Help Victims of Human Trafficking
UMD Wins in OT to Claim NCAA West Regional, Earns Spot in NCAA Frozen Four

This will be the first trip to the NCAA Frozen Four for UMD since 2011.

Pentagon: An Al-Qaida Leader Killed in Afghanistan Airstrike

Rich Updegrove Kicks off Campaign for Duluth City Council At-Large Seat

Northlander Karen Diver Honored at Annual Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial