Christ the King Sunday

During Thanksgiving, be thankful for the Grace of a loving and kind and merciful sovereign


Forward Donates $55,000 to Local Charities During Guide Giving Campaign

Non-profits are the cornerstones of our communities


Forward Bank Named Among the Best

Forward Bank named on the Best Banks to Work For list for the 5th year.


Don Wyeth


JFK May 29, 1917 – November 22, 1963


Don Wyeth

Love and Fear, part 2

If you are in love, stay the course. If you're not, fall in love.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Thank you all for taking the time to read what I write here.


Frank Varney

Frank in France #35

Happy Thanksgiving!


Forward Bank’s $5,000 Halftime Contests Return for Winter Season

Forward Bank will be sponsoring a $5,000 Half Court Shot


Arian Knops


“Everything has its wonders, even darkness and silence.”


Michael Tidemann

Sweeper: A Sports Romance Novel

Sports romance has well-rounded characters


Anne Gajewsky

The Wounded Tiger & The Foundling

Stories of Pearl Harbor and of London Orphans


Travis Rogers, Jr.

June Bisantz – 7 Shades of Snow

A celebration of the Winter season.


Travis Rogers, Jr.

Carolyn Lee Jones – Christmas Time is Here

Dusting off old favorite Christmas albums? Here's something new!


Travis Rogers, Jr.

Alexis Cole – Sky Blossom: Songs from My Tour of Duty

Alexis Cole may be the most talented singer to ever hold a top secret military clearance.

Respect for our Veterans Shown

Sometimes the children show more respect for authority and intelligence than some adults


Travis Rogers, Jr.

Farewell, Graeme Edge

One of my favorite bands growing up was The Moody Blues...


Don Wyeth

Love and Fear, part 1

Human progress is neither automatic nor inevitable

The Little Apocalypse of Mark 13

Sermon of Sunday, November 14, 2021

How Can We Work Best?

I've learned that those "millions of possibilities in between" are what help each of us

St. Katherine’s Thanksgiving is ON

Thanksgiving would just not be the same without it.


Arian Knops

Winter Weather Folklore

Squirrels gathering nuts in a flurry, will cause snow to gather in a hurry.


Don Wyeth

Ozone and Climate Change

Greenhouse gases are instrumental in retaining heat at the surface of the Earth.


Frank Varney

France in France #34

November 16, 2021


Update on Possible Hit and Run Fatality in Taylor County

Update on hit and run fatality in Taylor County.

Owen-Withee’s New Police Chief

Meet the new Owen-Withee Police Chief Patrick Fehlman.

Library News

Make Tracks to the Western Taylor (Gilman) County Public Library

Gilman Library Hosting Annual Making Tracks Event.


Carpenters’ Story Comes to Life in A Carpenter’s Christmas

A Carpenter's Story Comes to Life at the Tack.


Mystery Writer to Speak at the Tack

Jeff Nania to speak at Tack Center.


Women in the Military Exhibition

Women in the military display at The Highground.

Shark-Infested Waters

Protecting our sharks.


Don Wyeth

6:18 Intermittent Fasting

The health benefits of Intermittent Fasting.


Don Wyeth

The Gold Standard

Historical look at the gold standard.


Don Wyeth

Human Extinction

CGI Dinosaur warns of human extinction.

Drama Events in O-W

Entertainment happening in the Owen-Withee area.


Children 5-11 Now Eligible for COVID Vaccine

The youngest age group to date is now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. 


Turkey Fire Tips for Your Holiday Meal

Tips for Staying Safe This Thanksgiving.


Eddie L. Smith, Jr.

Eddie L. Smith, Jr. Eddie L. Smith, Jr., age 77, of Loyal, WI, passed away on Nov. 6, 2021


Shawn “Rabbit” Alan Decker

Shawn “Rabbit” Alan Decker, of Dorchester, passed away on Sunday, October 31, 2021.


Truman C. "Cliff" Thorson

Truman C. "Cliff" Thorson, age 91, of Loyal, WI, passed away on Nov. 5, 2021.

Death Swallowed Up: Sermon by Travis Rogers, Jrr.

Travis Rogers, Jr. share his sermon on Revelation.

Rural News

Herbs Are Definitely Multi-Purpose Plants

Explore the many uses for herbs.

Eva Cassidy

Last Tuesday, November 2nd, marked the 25th anniversary of the death of Eva Cassidy.


Rich in Poverty

Rich in Poverty Mark 12:38-44

Jesus Wept

Jesus Wept Isaiah 25:6-9; Revelation 21:1-6a; John 11:32-44

Conquering Death John 11:32-44

Conquering death from John 11:32-44.

Rural News

Wisconsin Farmers Union Lauds Passage of Infrastructure Deal

The U.S. House of Representatives passed the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.

CVTC Offers Tips on Starting a Business

Learn How to Integrate Ideas, Be Your Own Boss

State-bound OWHS One-Act Performs for Public

O-W Theatre One Act Play advances to the State Competition.

2021 Gun Season Coming Soon

2021 Deer Gun Season less than 2 weeks away.

Shawn, Tom and Gary

Story about doing the right thing by Arian Knops.


Baldwin Addresses Supply Chain Disruptions

Supply chain disruptions due to pandemic.


Protecting Those Who Protect Us

Annual Crash Responder Safety Week Places Spotlight on A Dangerous Job.


Voters Win with Fair Maps

A look at redistricting in the state.


Wisconsin Department of Transportation Unveils Dual-Language Sign Program

Signs At Tribal Boundaries to Include Tribes’ Names in Native Language and English

Public Notices

Clark County Marriage Licenses

Marriage Licenses applied for in Clark County, WI.

Celebrating the Modern World of Martin Luther

Iit is 500 years since Luther brought us into the Modern World


Don Wyeth

Past, Present, and Future

A great number of us choose to focus on our past accomplishments, our past relationships

Pay It Forward

Are we loving our neighbor as ourselves?


Supply Chain Issues Impact on Local Health Care

More in-demand medical supplies are needed as more people are hospitalized


Be Careful with all the dry brush

As Fall approaches many people are inspired to do some Fall clean up


Don Wyeth

King Tut

The tomb, which had been sealed for over 3200 years, yielded a marvelous collection

Greenwood City Council Discusses Golf Cart Ordinance

Greenwood City Council held a discussion regarding the City’s golf cart ordinance


Kornfield Friends

Remembering Hee Haw at the Tack


Pat M. Anderson

Pat M. Anderson, 68, Thorp, WI passed away October 22, 2021


Shirley A. Kollmansberger

Shirley A. Kollmansberger, age 83, of Greenwood, WI, passed away on October 25, 2021


Pat L. Sazama

Patricia “Pat” L. Sazama, age 81, of Colby, passed away on October 28, 2021

Rural News

Riley Hebert

Clark County Horse Tests Positive for EEE Virus

This is the first confirmed case of EEE in a horse in Clark County this year.

Rural News

Riley Hebert

Federal Judge Rejects Call to Block Fall Wolf Hunt

Six different bands of Ojibwe filed that lawsuit in federal court

Rural News

Riley Hebert

WI Hunters Harvest over 3,800 Black Bears

That is a decrease from the more than 4,300 taken last year

Greenwood School Board Approves Tax Levy

The Greenwood School Board held their Annual Meeting on Monday, October 25.

Give Vets A Smile Event Set for Nov. 6

Free Services Include Dental Care, Haircut, Wellness Screenings

CVTC’s Levy Decreases By $1 Million For 2021-2022

District Board Approves 81 Cent Tax Rate

CVTC Hosts Inaugural WTCS OER Symposium

More Than 300 People from U.S. And Beyond Attend Virtual Conference


Arian Knops

The Dance

Unless you’re a Baptist, I’m sure you’ve been to a number of dances.

Jesse James Rides into Withee

The Lawmaker, Not the Law-Breaker

Open Our Eyes to Kindness

This Sunday I heard three inspirational messages on Mark 10.

Take Heart and Get Up

We should take heart because Jesus hears our calls for mercy. But we need to get up.

What Do We Want Restored?

“Why am I being tested this way?” “What did I do?”

Fall Feasting

You got to love the Autumn season when churches everywhere are having their Fall feasts.


Don Wyeth

Personal Environment

So many factors in our environment can impact our behavior and general well-being.


Don Wyeth


Roaming the neighborhood with my brother and two sisters...

Not Doing Nothing

I'm going to continue to fight to do the right thing, and NOT do nothing.

The Best Apples for Baking and Cooking

Not all apples are ideal for cooking.


Arian Knops

A Trip to New Orleans

It was Mardi Gras time in 1966 and four of us packed into Wally’s ’55 Chevy...

Owen's Autumnfest Blast

Chili Cook-off, Scarecrow Contests, Pie-Eating and More


Don Wyeth

Hunger in America

There are several things concerned citizens can do to address f food insecurity.

Going Greenish

I like clean air, clean water, and not seeing trash all over the place.


Don Wyeth

Freedom of Speech

“I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.”

Those Dog Days of Summer

Just recently I have learned about "dog days."


Don Wyeth

Migration and Global Climate Change

The Foresight Report is one of the earliest assessments linking all the evidence collected

On the Passing of John Shelby Spong

Spong was one of those important speakers of our time for critical reading of the Bible.

To Serve and Not Be Served

In the end, who is it that is at the right hand and left hand of Jesus?

Be Last to Be First

We need people who could care less if they are ever recognized

Do you know what you are asking?

We, too, are baptized into Jesus’ death and resurrection.


Maynard E. Mitchell

Maynard E. Mitchell, age 83, of Owen, passed away on Friday, October 1, 2021