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Thieves Steal 2 Red Kettles in Hayward

Thieves have stolen two Salvation Army red kettles in Hayward in recent weeks, leaving the Sawyer County chapter with only three collection stands remaining to collect donations in the final week before Christmas.  One kettle was believed to contain $300 to $400.

  • Grand Jury Indicts 2 in Ashland Synthetic Drug Sales
 
The proposed Gogebic Taconite mine would be located in the Penokee Hills east of Mellen, Wis.
  • Walker to Review Using Hunting Fees for Mine Costs
 
  • With Fewer Volunteers, Rural Fire Departments Consider Options
 
  • Wisconsin Ice Caves Could be Accessible Again


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  • This file photo shows a 2010 homecoming ceremony for the 829th Engineer Company. Ashland Ready to Welcome Soldiers Home from Afghanistan

    About 160 soldiers from the 829th Engineer Company are returning after six months in Afghanistan. The 829th is headquartered in Chippewa Falls, Wis., and includes soldiers from Ashland.

  • Wis. DNR Outdoor Report: Deer Harvest Falls

    Wisconsin's 2014 nine-day gun deer season closed Sunday with preliminary harvest of 191,550 deer. This harvest was down from recent years, which wildlife officials had expected due to greatly reduced antlerless deer tags and a reduced deer herd in northern Wisconsin following two sever winters. Minnesota, Illinois and Iowa all saw similar declines this year.

  • Pattison State Park near Superior in June New Wis. State Park Stickers, Trail Passes Go On Sale

    The 2015 stickers and passes went on sale Monday at state parks and Department of Natural Resources service centers around the state.

  • Wisconsin DNR Set to End 2014-15 Wolf Season

    The Department of Natural Resources has already closed four of the state's six wolf hunting zones. The agency announced Thursday it will close the last two zones on Friday.

  • Wis. Deer Harvest Falls Sharply

    The Department of Natural Resources says preliminary figures show 191,550 deer were taken, down 25 percent from last year.

  • More Wis. Deer Seasons Coming Up

    Wisconsin's nine-day gun deer season is just about over, but that doesn't mean hunters who came up empty are out of luck yet.



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