By Lori Johnson BLACK RIVER FALLS - Many people feel that a quilt is the epitome of a combination of a work of art, thrift, re-purpose and beauty. It comforts, it evokes memories to the lucky ones...
By Lori Johnson FAIRCHILD - Confirmations were held a little differently because of following COVID-19 safety guidelines, with some on different days or at different Masses, but they were proud and...
By Lori Johnson It was the first day of spring, when the call came out. Because of the Corona Virus, there was a possibility that protective masks could become in short supply and folks handy with a...
Two Tri-County area prep boys' basketball teams will play in the semifinals of their respective WIAA regional tournaments this evening beginning at 7 p.m. If they win they will play on Saturday in...
By Lori Johnson FAIRCHILD - In a last hurrah before the Lenten season, a Mardi Gras celebration was held at St. Joseph’s Fairview Catholic Church on Sunday, February 23. After 8:30 a.m. mass, over...

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  As summer sets in and temperatures begin to rise, it’s important to keep cool and stay hydrated. Hot weather can lead to heat exhaustion, heat stroke and sometimes even death.HSHS Sacred Heart and...
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by Alexa MooreContributor With a little less than two months left in Zambia, I have started to reflect on my two years spent on this crazy adventure. While I was originally dispatched to this country...
Doug Sands has been a valued employee with the Tri-County News & Augusta Area Times for nearly two years. From sports to features to frequent editorials, Sands has stretched his artistic love of...
by Doug Sands As my high school career wound closer to its finish, I found a moment of relaxation in something I once never thought to try. During the spring, I made my first loaf of bread. Since...
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  by Alexa Moore, Contributor  The wailing could be heard before we saw anyone. The piercing shrieks and moans combined to create a terrifying chorus. I felt a tingling of uncertainty as I stepped...
by Alexa Moore, Contributor The loud “thwack, thwack” sound coming from outside the classroom didn’t draw my attention at first. From the giggling of younger pupils out of class early to dogs barking...
by Doug Sands As I walked through the aisles of a local Walgreens this past week, I was struck by how many different Valentine products surrounded me. All around me were colors of red and pink. Heart...
  by Doug Sands, Contributor Work is a powerful, driving force. It is the energy, the lifeblood of the nation we live in. To work with one’s hands- lifting, pulling, and pushing- may be exhausting,...
  by Alexa Moore, Contributor Zambia, Africa As soon as contractions started and her water broke, Juliet started the four kilometer walk to the small rural clinic in her community. My host sister was...
Girls attend Camp GLOW, a program organized to help educate young women, in Victoria Falls, Zimbambwe.
by Alexa Moore, Contributor All around me blankets sparkled with their offered wares; there were outfits made from colorful fabric, stocks of handmade peanut butter, deliciously sticky pumpkin jam...

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