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Travis Rogers, Jr.

Afro Yaqui Music Collective – Maroon Futures

The message of radical freedom and universal acceptance is long past due. long p

Entertainment

Travis Rogers, Jr.

Steve Hunt – Connections

The present album is called Connections and is fitting

Rural News

Riley Hebert

DNR Cautions Public About Bears Coming Out of Hibernation

DNR Cautions Public About Bears Coming Out of Hibernation.

Dahl poetry collection a unique production

Dahl poetry collection a unique production.

Glammy

First signs of spring revisited.

Columns

Imagine the Possibilities During the Year of Broadband Access

Imagine the Possibilities During the Year of Broadband Access.

News

Rep. Rozar on Returning to In-Person Work for State Employees

Rep. Rozar on Returning to In-Person Work for State Employees.

Rural News

Riley Hebert

Wisconsin Milk Price Down 30 Cents

The Wisconsin all milk price for February was $17.20 per hundredweight.

Rural News

Riley Hebert

Corn Planting Expected to Be Up Slightly In 2021

Corn Planting Expected to Be Up Slightly In 2021.

Sports

Learning Spanish to Be a Better Teammate

Retired Twins star gained close friends as he learned to speak Spanish—A Lesson for MLB.

Rural News

Riley Hebert

Changes to Wisconsin's Wolf Conflict Program

Changes to Wisconsin's Wolf Conflict Program.

Dietrich Bonhoeffer – Life Together – Part 8 – Chapter 3 – The Day Alone (conclusion)

Dietrich Bonhoeffer – Life Together – Part 8 – Chapter 3 – The Day Alone (conclusion)

Easter Reminder

Easter message from the United Church of Christ.

Marshfield Residents Not Happy with Mayor's Removal

Marshfield Residents Not Happy with Mayor's Removal.

Obituaries

Ruth Lillian Harris

Ruth L. Harris, age 90, of Dorchester passed away at her home on Saturday, April 3, 2021.

Obituaries

Rhonda Kay Jakel

Rhonda Kay Jakel, age 51, of Curtiss, passed away on Friday, March 26, 2021.

Obituaries

Leon G. "Leo" Staniec, Jr.

Leon G. "Leo" Staniec, Jr., age 68, of Thorp, passed away on Sunday, March 21, 2021.

Obituaries

Dolores M. Martens

Dolores M. Martens, 92, of Loyal, passed away on Saturday, March 27, 2021.

Obituaries

Bradley Gene Taylor

Bradley Gene Taylor, 70, of Gilman Wi., passed away at his home on March 17. 

Obituaries

Anthony Lloyd “Andy” Duranceau

Anthony L. “Andy” Duranceau, 62, passed away at his home on Friday, March 26.

News

Forward Bank Goes Green for Power of Community Week

Forward Bank Goes Green for Power of Community Week.

Columns

Don Wyeth

The City of Cahokia

History of the Cahokian civilization.

Health

Mammograms Detect Cancer Early and Save Lives

Aspirus Health encourages women to get back on track with routine mammograms.

Highly Bioavailable Curcumin Kills Cancer Stem cells

Highly bioavailable curcumin can kills Cancer stem cells.

News

Wisconsin’s Tornado & Severe Weather Awareness Week April 12-16, 2021

Wisconsin’s Tornado & Severe Weather Awareness Week April 12-16, 2021.

Columns

Don Wyeth

Judgement Day

Doctrine of an afterlife and final judgement discussed.

Easter Sunday Church Lady Epiphany

Easter morning brings contentment and joy.

Entertainment

Frank Varney

Frank in France April 6, 2021

Enjoying time at Oleron Island, off the west coast of France.

Entertainment

Travis Rogers, Jr.

Michael Whalen – Future Shock

Michael Whalen is it composer that you should have known by now.

Entertainment

Travis Rogers, Jr.

Ahmed Warshanna – Ishta

Ahmed Warshanna splashes onto the scene like a thunderbolt with his debut album Ishta.

Gilman Corner Store

The Very Model of What a Small Town Corner Store Should Be

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for the week of March 29, 2021

Entertainment

Frank Varney

Frank in France March 30, 2021

Joyeuses Pâques (Happy Easter!)

Recounting Weekend Blessings

The sun fills my office window on Monday morning

An Easter Meditation

Oscar Wilde was calling out in his misery and humiliation

Health

Make Hunter Education a Family Affair

The course will be held in the Owen-Withee High School library starting on May 20

I Don't Know

The beginning of all wisdom is the statement 'I don't know.'

Fresh Start, Part 4 – Securing Your Digital Privacy in 2021

A guest post from our friends at Emsisoft.

Columns

Don Wyeth

Organic Food

There continues to be confusion for many shoppers about what constitutes organic foods

The Silver Edge of Ionic Silver

Part Four: Silver Uses B-C

Obituaries

Beverly Jean (Pyatt) Baum

Beverly Jean (Pyatt) Baum, age 88, passed away peacefully on Friday, March 19,2021.

Obituaries

John F. Kahon Jr.

John F. Kahon Jr. passed away on March 22, 2021

Obituaries

Maynard Eugene Purgett

Maynard Eugene Purgett, age 75, of Abbotsford, passed away on Monday March 29, 2021

Obituaries

Paul G. Stumpner, Jr.

Paul G. Stumpner, Jr., age 68, of Owen, passed away on Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Dietrich Bonhoeffer – Life Together – Part 7

We must recognize the teaching about Christ begins in silence

Rural News

Riley Hebert

USDA Publishes Final Rule for Hemp Production

the establishment of a domestic hemp production program, effective March 22.

Rural News

Riley Hebert

Wisconsin’s Honey Production Up in 2020

The state's 2020 honey crop was valued at $7.34 million, up 13 percent

Outdoor Report

for the week of March 29, 2021

Columns

Expand BadgerCare and Bring our Dollars Back Home

Thanks to the ACA, the federal government has offered to return our tax dollars back to WI

State Parks Already Record Attendance for 2021

More people have been flocking to Wisconsin’s state parks since the pandemic began.

Entertainment

Arian Knops

The Billboard

The words he chose to put on the sign altered its intended meaning.

School Days Memories in the Air

The walk back home that morning left me positively energized

The Unsightly is Often the Most Important

Many times, the most important body parts become the most ignored or uncared for.

Frank in France - March 23, 2021

À table! (To the table!)

Health

COVID-19 Vaccination Eligibility Enters Final Phases

Aspirus Providing Vaccinations As More Qualify

Dreaming to Be a Pip

I’ll never forget the look on his face, somewhere between shame and horror.

Obituaries

Judy M. Molitor

Judy M. Molitor, of Curtiss, passed away on Sunday, March 21, 2021

Obituaries

Connie L. Clark

Connie L. Clark, age 83, of Thorp, passed away on Thursday, March 18, 2021

Rural News

Riley Hebert

WI Milk Production Slightly Off in February

Compared to the same time a year earlier

We Wish to See Jesus

Sermon for Sunday, march 21, 2021

A Forgetful God

Sermon for Sunday, March 21, 2021

Columns

Don Wyeth

Music as a Brain Tune-up

Music can actually strengthen our relationships with others.

Opinion

Blaming Obama for the Border Crisis

The border crisis is an absolutely despicable, harmful abuse.

Opinion

Opposing Equality and the Equality Act

As for LGBTQIA+ folks, let's read the Bible.

Outdoor Report

for the week of March 22, 2021

Columns

Wisconsin Women to Remember

March is Women’s History Month

Health

Aspirus MedEvac Helicopter to Change Home Base

The Aspirus Bell 407 helicopter will reside in a hangar located at Howard Young Med Cntr

Fresh Start, Part 2 – Part 3

Securing Your Digital Privacy in 2021

Columns

Don Wyeth

The Mashkiiziibii People (Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa)

The tribal territory of 124,459 Acres stretches across the southern end of Lake Superior.

Columns

Don Wyeth

The Little Ice Age

Scientists agree that the world has experienced five major ice ages

Easter Eggs

The excitement that arose the morning of the Easter celebration in our home.

It’s Always Baehr Season

The Withee Electricians and Their Impact

Features

Frank Varney

Frank in France - March 16, 2021

My Spanish education allowed me to open my eyes and my heart to other cultures.

Features

Dr. Gelhaus is NOT Retiring

But He IS Selling the Business

Loving Life

Love life unconditionally. Love like you want to be loved.

Supporting Equality and the Equality Act

I would say these things even if I weren't a pastor. 

Obituaries

Elaine Lorraine (Haas) Schultz

Elaine Lorraine (Haas) Schultz, age 90, of Colby, passed away on Tuesday, March 9, 2021.

Dietrich Bonhoeffer – Life Together – Part 5

Chapter 1 – Community (conclusion)

Rural News

Riley Hebert

Wisconsin Farmers Saw Record Year for Milk Production in 2020

Wisconsin farms produced 30.7 billion pounds of milk in 2020

Entertainment

Arian Knops

Memories

I’m always on the lookout for something pleasurable to write about.

Columns

Don Wyeth

The Ides of March

Beware the Ides of March

The Silver Edge of Ionic Silver - 2

Part Two: Silver and Bacteria, Viruses and Mold

How Do You Deal with Stress?

In a stressed, fearful environment, what’s one to do.

Columns

Don Wyeth

Solar Innovations

Making solar electric generation a viable option has always been a balancing act

Honesty in Love

Sermon for March 14, 2021

Obituaries

Ronald H. Kowitz

Ronald H. Kowitz, age 80, of Greenwood, WI, passed away on Wednesday, February 24, 2021.

Pregnancy and Chiropractic

Call your local chiropractor to help you have the best pregnancy you can!

The Silver Edge of Ionic Silver

Part One: History and Benefits

Inflammation and Cod Liver Oil

Inflammation is a major player in multiple diseases

Keeping a Proper Attitude – Part 2

We are all going to go through some hard times and those hard times are temporary.

Columns

Don Wyeth

Personal Integrity

Having integrity helps foster an open and positive work environment

Columns

Don Wyeth

Renewable vs Carbon-based Energy

Can the US meet energy needs with renewable sources?

First Case of South African COVID-19 Seen in WI

The department did not note in what city or county this new variant was found in.

Welcome, Frank from France!

Travis and I are so pleased to welcome another kind, creative and thoughtful columnist.