Northern WI Community News

Evers Signs Bill Allowing for Larger Liquor Sales

Bayfield County Discusses Rainbow Family Gathering with Community

Wisconsin Supreme Court Upholds GOP's Lame-duck Laws

UPDATE: Wisconsin Assembly OKs Drunken Driving Bills

Large Gathering Expected in Northern Wis. Forest

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Family of World War II Veteran Presented High Honor

Hayward Man Charged with Possession of Child Pornography

Raising Awareness on Volunteers Needed in Emergency Services

The Grandma's Marathon Shoe Drive is Underway

Gov. Evers Awards Iron County $13,000 for Land and Water Resource Plan


Local Foster Grandparent Program in Need of New Sponsor

Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Breaks Ground on New Cell Phone Tower

Riding for Needs of the Community

Authorities ID Man Killed in Ashland Officer-Involved Shooting

Patterson Gets Maximum Sentence in Closs Killing, Kidnapping
DCI: Man Killed in Ashland Tried to Flee Marshals with Warrant
Ashland Residents React to Officer-Involved Shooting Incident
Officer Retires after Being Accused of Stealing Vehicle
Bayfield Co. Deputy Saves Man from Sinking Boat
DNR Board Makes First Revisions to Bear Plan in 39 Years
Evers, Republicans Talking K-12 Education Funding
Ashland Mayor Asking For Citizens to Conserve Water
Jayme Closs Receives Hometown Hero Award
Wisconsin Unemployment Rate Falls Back to Record Low
St. Croix Tribe Could Face $5.5M Fines
Authorities ID Man Killed in Washburn County Three-vehicle Crash
Brent Fennessey selects a four of hearts, making him president of the Superior City Council.

Superior Council Draws Cards to Elect President, Paine Vetoes Censure

Superior Marks End of Slavery with Annual Juneteenth Celebration
19th Annual "All Ford-Powered Father's Day Car Show" Held in Superior
Pancake Breakfast Raises Funds for Men's Homeless Shelter in Superior
Superior Girl Sells Lemonade for St. Jude
The Grandma's Marathon Shoe Drive is Underway
James Engel of Wakefield ran in his 32nd Grandma's Marathon on Saturday, and his 200th marathon overall.

Wakefield Man Runs in His 32nd Grandma's Marathon, 200th Overall

Michigan Lawmakers OK $15M in Loans to Farmers Amid Rainfall
Anti-Abortion Ballot Drives to Start Soon in Michigan
Michigan Opioid Prescriptions Down 15 Percent Last Year
Milk Production Ending in 2 UP Counties
Enbridge to Begin Rock, Soil Sampling in Straits of Mackinac