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House a North Shore Dream Retreat for Owners
Lumberjack World Championships Kick Off in Hayward
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07/20/2018 02:20 PM
Gov. Scott Walker has asked President Donald Trump's administration to issue a federal disaster declaration for six northwestern Wisconsin counties that saw flood damage in June.
Over the last month, severe storms have lead to millions of dollars of damage across the Northland. Wisconsin state and federal emergency management leaders met today to begin steps toward seeking federal disaster assistance.
A western Wisconsin man died after an ATV crash in Sawyer County on Saturday.
Another Northlander has won $1 million in the Powerball Lottery.
Wisconsin apple growers had a productive year in 2017, but cranberry and tart cherry producers faced more challenges.
The state Department of Natural Resources wants to open up 35 miles of existing roads in the Northern Highland-American Legion State Forest to motor vehicles to improve access for hunters.
A man faces several possible charges, including arson, after allegedly admitting to setting fire to his ex-girlfriend's home in Ashland.
The Engwall Wolff's Flower Shop in Superior will close at the end of July, but Engwall's says it will continue deliveries to Superior.
Experts predict that a worst-case scenario leak of an old oil pipeline where Lake Michigan and Lake Huron meet would cost nearly $2 billion.