This week’s featured question was submitted for Merrill Fire Chief Dave Savone: The question reads: “Is Merrill the only full
Jeremy Ratliff Reporter Friday evening, the city’s west side was treated to the deep, soulful sound of local duo Nevermind;
MHS Sophomore Trinity Kanitz has made a habit of breaking school records this season as a member of the MHS
After a full season without a location for the homeless, a newly formed group has remedied that problem. The newly
By Jared Schmeltzer Reporter Last night the Merrill volleyball team hosted Northland Pines in Merrill’s first playoff game of the
The 7th Annual Very Merrill Christmas card was unveiled at the Chamber’s 106th event on Oct. 12 to a room
The Merrill Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated their 106th annual gathering of members on Oct.12 at Les & Jim’s Banquet
At approximately 7:38 p.m. Thursday, the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office 911 Center received a report of an ATV crash that
On Oct. 8, an Eagle Court of Honor was held to celebrate the accomplishments of Gavin Dinges, son of Garrett
Forty-nine youth from throughout Lincoln County were at the Lincoln County Service Center on Saturday, Oct. 14, where they participated
Jacob Schnabl, son of Leanne and Brad Schnabl, Merrill, achieved the rank of Eagle Scout on Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017.
The light posts of Merrill are getting a new look as brand new banners start appearing along the city’s thoroughfares.
Company selected for recognition after increasing manufacturing production quantity and efficiency by bringing work home Mitchell Metal Products of Merrill
Merrill Historical Society’s 2017 Trivia Night will be held Saturday night, Nov. 4, at the Merrill History and Culture Center,
Boys grades 3-8 will have the chance to participate in traveling basketball this winter. There will be a meeting Sunday,
The Merrill tennis team held their end of the year banquet last Tuesday (Oct. 10) at Merrill High School. The
By Jared Schmeltzer Reporter Merrill cross country finished off conference meets for the year running in the WVC (Wisconsin Valley
Trappers who incidentally capture wolves are encouraged to contact department staff and participate in Wisconsin’s wolf collaring and monitoring program.
Bell Tower is an assisted living community that has been recognized as “Large Business of the Year” by the Merrill
Council Grounds State Park along with the Friends Group of Council Grounds will host a fall candlelight walk on Saturday,