What a way to cap off your summer: Vacation Bible School! Bible stories, games, treats, crafts, songs, skits and lunch
Two people were taken into custody Tuesday afternoon following a traffic stop in the Town of Russell. The passenger, a
August 10 12:06 a.m.- A caller reported a roommate had entered the residence through a window after being locked out.
This week’s featured question was submitted for a member of the Merrill Fire Department The question reads: “I’ve always been
The 20th annual American Cancer Society Relay For Life in Merrill last weekend brought people together to celebrate those who
The following cases were heard in Merrill and Tomahawk Municipal Court July 30, 2018. Theft of Library Materials Dusta M.
july 31 Calls: #1178- At 10:21 a.m. Eng 62 responded to O’Day St. for a smoke detector beeping, no fire
August 6 12:33 p.m.- A caller reported someone entered his vehicle sometime overnight and stole items from it. 3:38 p.m.-
VFW Post 1638 Auxiliary of Merrill held its second Quilt of Honor presentation at the Merrill Eagles Club July 28.
Researched by Michael J. Caylor Jr. 8-16-78 School officials in Tomahawk are scrambling today to find space for the more
By Collin Lueck Editor Rich Poirier is excited about the direction Church Mutual Insurance Company is headed into the future.
With 12 weeks remaining in the Kulwicki Cup, the Kulwicki Driver Development Program (KDDP) has announced its current points leader.
The beautiful gardens of Darlene and Roger Bade is just a show case of color and different varities of annuals
In less than a week, months and in some cases close to a year’s worth of campaigning will come to
Jeremy Ratliff Reporter Effective Wednesday, Aug. 1, Josh Zalewski has been selected to step into the newly created position of
Enjoy air-conditioned comfort and great, free entertainment in the Enrichment/Expo Center at the fair this year. On Sunday, Aug. 19,
By Debbie Moellendorf 4-H Youth Development Educator UW-Extension Lincoln County During this summer, 4-Her’s have been working hard on their
This month’s Critic’s Choice Movie Event is on Friday, Aug. 10, at 1 p.m. at the T.B. Scott Library. This
Norbert “Nubs” Ashbeck, member of the Board of Directors of Crime Stoppers of Lincoln County, poses with Crime Stoppers sign