One town. One team. One dream. And as of Thursday morning, make that two state baseball championships. A three-month odyssey ended on prep baseball’s biggest stage, and in victory, as the Bluejays beat the Independence/Gilmanton Indees 2-0 to clinch the WIAA Division 4 state championship Thursday morning at Fox Cities Stadium in Grand Chute.
Janet and Richard Kunze and their dog, Dennis, are ready to host the Colby Dairy Breakfast on Sunday at their farm.
The Richard and Janet Kunze Farm will host the Colby FFA Alumni’s 36th annual dairy breakfast on Sunday, June 25, from 7 a.m. to noon. The breakfast is sponsored by the alumni and the AbbyColby Crossings Chamber of Commerce.
A construction crew on Tuesday works on rebuilding the parking lot behind Colby Middle/High School as part of a $7.8 million referendum project approved last November. After learning the project is $2 million underbudget, the school board voted Monday to seek bids for additional projects.
With the Colby School District’s referendum projects coming in $2 million under budget, school board members on Monday gave the go-ahead to pursue bids for additional facilities upgrades.
The property at 127 S. Front St. in Dorchester is generating a fine of $100 per day for owner Terry Recore, who has failed to clean up the site after several warnings were issued by the village.
After failing to completely clean up his property in downtown Dorchester, resident Terry Recore is being fined $100 per day by the village for violating an ordinance prohibiting nuisance properties.
Tractor pulls will once again be a big attraction at the annual Dorchester Days this weekend.
It’s that time of year again, when all the festivals, parades, fairs and carnivals come to town. This weekend is no exception, with the 59th annual Dorchester Days scheduled for June 16-18.
The Medford Kmart store will close this fall as part of ongoing cuts by Sears Holding Company, which owns the brand.
Medford’s luck ran out this week when it was reported that the Medford Kmart Store is among 72 additional stores the company plans to close this year.
To honor the 100th anniversary of Lions Clubs International, members of all six local Lions and Lioness clubs posed for a picture recently at the Lions Shelter in Abbotsford’s Red Arrow Park.
The Lions Club International turned 100 years old on June 7, a full century after the organization was founded by Chicago businessman Melvin Jones as a way of contributing to local communities and to national and internationals causes.
A collection of Class C fireworks was on display at Monday’s Abbotsford city council meeting, when the council approved hiring Big Daddy Fireworks out of Medford.
Abbotsford will have its annual Fourth of July fireworks show next month as usual, thanks to a city council decision Monday to hire a family-owned company promising to put on a great show for the community.
Dustin Podeweltz
A 24-year-old Abbotsford man has been charged with threatening a police officer after an April 29 incident in which he allegedly started to pull a knife on a Colby-Abbotsford patrolman.
From left to right, Jim Decker, Pat Mateer and Bryce Kelley display some of the newly refinished Civil War-era grave markers from the Colby Memorial Cemetery.
Thanks to the efforts of a few local volunteers and businesses, some of the very first military veterans ever buried in the Colby Memorial Cemetery have newly refurbished grave markers honoring their service in the Civil War.
A crew from Schuette Movers of Wausau accompanied by the Medford Police and Taylor County Sheriff’s Department move a large shed from the Medford Area Middle School property to the high school campus in order to allow for work to begin on the new middle school parking lot. Crews from the Medford Electric Utility and TDS Telecom were on hand to raise cables crossing the roads as needed.
A crew from Schuette Movers of Wausau accompanied by the Medford Police and Taylor County Sheriff’s Department move a large shed from the Medford Area Middle School property to the high school campus in order to allow for work to begin on the new middle school parking lot.
Brayan Delgado-Camacho
A 21-year-old Colby man has been charged with carrying a concealed weapon and obstructing officers after he fled police last week Tuesday following an altercation at Abbyland Foods.
Janet and Richard Kunze and their dog, Dennis, are ready to host the Colby Dairy Breakfast on Sunday at their farm.
A construction crew on Tuesday works on rebuilding the parking lot behind Colby Middle/High School as part of a $7.8 million referendum project approved last November. After learning the project is $2 million underbudget, the school board voted Monday to seek bids for additional projects.
The property at 127 S. Front St. in Dorchester is generating a fine of $100 per day for owner Terry Recore, who has failed to clean up the site after several warnings were issued by the village.
Tractor pulls will once again be a big attraction at the annual Dorchester Days this weekend.
The Medford Kmart store will close this fall as part of ongoing cuts by Sears Holding Company, which owns the brand.
To honor the 100th anniversary of Lions Clubs International, members of all six local Lions and Lioness clubs posed for a picture recently at the Lions Shelter in Abbotsford’s Red Arrow Park.
A collection of Class C fireworks was on display at Monday’s Abbotsford city council meeting, when the council approved hiring Big Daddy Fireworks out of Medford.
Dustin Podeweltz
From left to right, Jim Decker, Pat Mateer and Bryce Kelley display some of the newly refinished Civil War-era grave markers from the Colby Memorial Cemetery.
A crew from Schuette Movers of Wausau accompanied by the Medford Police and Taylor County Sheriff’s Department move a large shed from the Medford Area Middle School property to the high school campus in order to allow for work to begin on the new middle school parking lot. Crews from the Medford Electric Utility and TDS Telecom were on hand to raise cables crossing the roads as needed.
Brayan Delgado-Camacho

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