By Lori Johnson HIXTON - While many Memorial Day weekend events were cancelled because of the uncertainty of the times, celebrating the lifting of the stay at home ban, a flea market was held in...
By Lori Johnson For admitting that she had never done a Facebook live show, Michelle Deml sure handled it like a pro, as she demonstrated how to make masks, a much needed skill during these scary...
By Lori Johnson Amazing things can be done in a week! That is what Ari Charles, of Hixton, a senior at Blair-Taylor High School found out first hand. She returned from a week long mission trip to...
By Lori Johnson Since 2005 Cindy Kanarowski-Peterson and husband Lyle Peterson of Red Ridge Ranch in Mauston, WI have hosted a Gymkhana Series at their arena. The season runs every Thursday night...
By Lori Johnson HIXTON - Dale and Nancy Klevgard of Hixton have a unique way to help bear the isolation that the current times deem necessary. Dale is the Manager of the Black River Falls Airport,...

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Augusta FFA member Austin Stensen shakes a national officer's hand as he receives the American FFA Degree.
Each year, the National FFA Organization honors FFA members who show the utmost dedication to the organization through their desire to develop their potential for premier leadership, personal growth...
Augusta Food Pantry Director Brenda Pettis accepts the $1,000 donation from Augusta Therapy & Fitness employee Amy Flug at the pantry Tuesday, Oct. 28.
Rachel Dorf Larry Hickok, owner of The Augusta Therapy & Fitness and four other Therapy & Fitness locations issued a challenge on the popular social media website Facebook to all of his...
M. E. May recently visited the Augusta Memorial Public Library to present on the factors of her books; psychological profiles of serial killers and the topic of criminology.
On Saturday, M. E. May, author of the Circle City Mystery Series, which examines the fictional encounters of criminals and law enforcement, visited the Augusta Memorial Public Library to speak about...
Volunteer Alexa Moore shares a moment with her host brother Joseph during her time spent with the Peace Corps in Zambia Africa. Moore is currently in the country, and will continue to volunteer for the next 10 months.
Alexa MooreContributor I had already written an article for this month. It explained the conditions the teachers and pupils face in the Zambian education system and those who give me hope for Zambia’...

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by Bridget Cooke Editor Last week, the Osseo-Fairchild administration held referendum informational meetings in hopes of encouraging a dialogue between voters and organizers to dismiss any last...
Strum area firefighters display different pieces of equipment to local elementary students during Fire Prevention Week.
by Doug Sands Contributor Students from the primary and elementary schools at Eleva-Strum recently honored the public service workers in their communities in two programs: the annual Patriot’s Day...
Leader Dog for the Blind and Lion Len Quinn shares his story of taking on his first companion Mikey with the help of Slyder, his third.
Bridget Cooke Len Quinn has been a motivational speaker for years, traveling throughout the country and totaling 1,484 speeches. As an active member of the Lions Club in Ripon, Wis., he has been a...

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Members of the E-S football team celebrated their new status as Dairyland Conference co-champs by dousing head coach Chad Hanson with ice water after the game.
  by Beth Kraft   For an Eleva-Strum football team that hasn’t won more than three games per season in six years, a 7-2 overall record for the 2014 season is pretty impressive. Toss in the program’s...
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  by Beth Kraft   Following through on a message to staff at the beginning of the school year, Eleva-Strum Superintendent Craig Semingson has officially announced his plans to resign at the close of...
Girls prep hoops standouts (left to right) Kara Enos of Eleva-Strum, Jenna Franzwa of Mondovi and Brittany Laehn of Gilmanton recently helped lift the Division 4 and 5 North teams to victories over their South opponents during the 2014 WBCA All-Star Games. Enos and Laehn were teammates on the D5 North team while Franzwa played for the D4 squad.
by Beth Kraft   It’s relatively rare to have one area basketball player make an all-star game roster in a given year, but to have three reps be selected for the honor—one from each school district—is...

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