The 24th Annual Youth Fishing Contest comes to a close. Here, Ryann Raiche caught this Bluegill which captured first place for the 5-8 year olds. Ryann said she had a great time in the fishing...
Durand's 24th Annual Youth Fishing Contest is now happening
24th Annual Durand Area Youth Fishing Contest Begins Early anglers caught on camera were the Jeff Davidson family (Maddie, Lillie and Conner) geared up and ready to fish. Good Luck to all of the kids...
Durand's 24th Annual Youth Fishing Contest is now happening
By Steve Carlson Editor On a warm and sun-shiny Wednesday, July 17th from 4pm until 10pm, Bauer Built, Inc. threw a 75th Anniversary party that was well attended by company employees, business...
The Durand Smokehouse recently earned two awards at the American Cured Meat Championships in Lexington, Kentucky. Above, from left to right in the front row, are Matt Juliet, Cabrina Grundseth, Mitch Auld, and Kay Sievwright. In the second row are Roy Elsenpeter, Ronda Elsenpeter, and Brenda Jiskra. Laura Berndt photo
By Laura Berndt The Durand Smokehouse recently attended the American Cured Meat Championships in Lexington, Kentucky. Although they were up against many strong competitors, the local business...
The Durand Smokehouse recently earned two awards at the American Cured Meat Championships in Lexington, Kentucky. Above, from left to right in the front row, are Matt Juliet, Cabrina Grundseth, Mitch Auld, and Kay Sievwright. In the second row are Roy Elsenpeter, Ronda Elsenpeter, and Brenda Jiskra. Laura Berndt photo
The Mark Cameron Band performs during the 2016 Blues on the Chippewa event, held in Durand’s Memorial Park. Laura Berndt file photo
By Laura Berndt Each year, Blues fans and community members pay a visit to Durand’s Memorial Park for the annual Blues on the Chippewa music festival. This year marks the tenth year of the event....
The Mark Cameron Band performs during the 2016 Blues on the Chippewa event, held in Durand’s Memorial Park. Laura Berndt file photo
Durand's 24th Annual Youth Fishing Contest is now happening
The Durand Smokehouse recently earned two awards at the American Cured Meat Championships in Lexington, Kentucky. Above, from left to right in the front row, are Matt Juliet, Cabrina Grundseth, Mitch Auld, and Kay Sievwright. In the second row are Roy Elsenpeter, Ronda Elsenpeter, and Brenda Jiskra. Laura Berndt photo
The Mark Cameron Band performs during the 2016 Blues on the Chippewa event, held in Durand’s Memorial Park. Laura Berndt file photo

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In a regular meeting held February 18, the Durand Board of Education discussed cuts should the April referendum be voted down. The consent agenda, including the agenda, minutes of the January 14...
An arraignment was held Monday morning in the case of the State of Wisconsin vs. Kevin Elberg. Judge Gary Schlosstein oversaw the hearing as a reserve judge. District Attorney Jon Seifert appeared...
Crockett & Boxy's Antique Attic is now open on the third floor of Toni's Interiors. Owned by Sandi and Richard Anderson, the antique store was named for the couples' favorite items, crocks and boxes.
Durand residents and visitors alike can now get their antique fix down town, on the third floor of Toni's Interiors. Sandi and Richard Anderson opened Crockett & Boxy's Antique Attic early in...
Following a 39-28 victory over Prescott on Friday evening, the Durand girls basketball team was named the 2014-15 Middle Border Conference Champions, with a 13-0 conference record.
Following a 39-28 victory over Prescott on Friday evening, the Durand girls basketball team was named the 2014-15 Middle Border Conference Champions, with a 13-0 conference record.
One question the district has gotten frequently related to both referendums is why do we need to move to one elementary school. The simple answer is one elementary school greatly increases our...
Todd Stittleburg, from Antler King, spoke at a seminar at the Durand Rod and Gun Club February 11, hosted by Countryside Cooperative. Jason Karshbaum, seed warehouse manager at Countryside Cooperative, organized the event.
Countryside Cooperative hosted an educational seminar February 11, highlighting the importance of year-round nutrition for deer. Todd Stittleburg, founder of Antler King, started the company about...
The Pepin County Health Department is offering free radon test kits to Pepin County residents until February 27. The test is quick and simple, with a 10-minute set-up and pick-up by someone from the Health Department. The test simply sits in the lowest level of the home for 48 hours and is then sent to the State lab to determine radon levels in the home.
With February being named National Cancer Prevention Month, and January having been National Radon Action Month, the Pepin County Health Department has aligned with the United States Environmental...
Virgie Evelyn Seifert (95) of Pepin went to be with her Lord on February 20, 2015 at Pepin Health and Rehab in Pepin, WI. She was born November 8, 1919 in Pepin Township the daughter of the Late...
Joyce J. Herbison, age 87 of Plum City, died Tuesday, February 17, 2015 at the Plum City Care Center in Plum City. Joyce was born on February 8, 1928 in the Town of Union, rural Plum City on the...
Esther “Nanny” Julia (Heike) Smith, 96, passed from this life lovingly surrounded by her family, Monday, Feb. 16, 2015, at her daughter’s home. She was born June 19, 1918, in Canton Township,...

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