Emily, Ava and Ryan Kramer of Chicago were in Taylor County on Saturday visiting relatives near Owen when they stopped at the Medford Cooperative Convenience Store to paint pumpkins and visit with farm animals. The Medford FFA was on hand pumping gas and talking about agriculture. A large number of youth came out despite the rainy weather.
Emily, Ava and Ryan Kramer of Chicago were in Taylor County on Saturday visiting relatives near Owen when they stopped at the Medford Cooperative Convenience Store to paint pumpkins and visit with farm animals. The Medford FFA was on hand pumping gas and talking about agriculture. A large number of youth came out despite the rainy weather.
Stratford’s volleyball team won the school’s first ever Marawood Conference championship on Tuesday, one season after the Tigers captured the first Division 3 regional title in school history. To see the full story, call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review.
Coach Barb Anderson said she was humbled by the outpouring of support from the community and former players that took place at Tuesday night’s game. Anderson has coached girls volleyball in Rib Lake for 34 years and plans to step away from coaching at the end of the season. Tuesday was her last regular season home match.
It took a little while for Barb Anderson to figure out something was up.
The Athens volleyball team stunned highly ranked Wausau Newman Catholic with a 3-1 win during Saturday’s Marawood Conference Crossover match in Stratford. Subscribe to The Record-Review by calling 715-223-2342 to see the full story.
Stratford’s football team could easily be undefeated this season, if not for a few miscues the Tigers made which led to a season-opening loss against Stanley-Boyd, who is ranked No. 1 in Division 5 in this week’s wissports.net coaches poll. Subscribe to The Record-Review by calling 715-223-2342 to see the full story.
Avery Stark (left) and Annalee Bull place a penguin rock in the Medford city park. They are taking part in a national trend of people decorating rocks and leaving them in public places for others to find. Those finding the rocks are asked to post  pictures of the rocks to social media and place them in other public places.
Fun is where you find it. Roxanne Bull and her family are helping make the Medford area a lot more fun and proving that even little things are important.
The central channel of the Black River is visible as the water level in the Millpond was lowered over the past two weeks by the city of Medford. Lowering the water level was needed in order for the city to rebuild a section of Luepke Way between Hwy 64 and Maple St. If the city had not lowered the water in the adjacent pond, the construction which began on Wednesday morning, would have had increased issues with flooding and a greater potential for cave-ins as excavation for utilities was being done.
The central channel of the Black River is visible as the water level in the Millpond was lowered over the past two weeks by the city of Medford. Lowering the water level was needed in order for the city to rebuild a section of Luepke Way between Hwy 64 and Maple St.
Edgar’s defense might need to think of a nickname for its unit if it continues to dominate opposing offenses this season. To see the full story, call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review.
It is all water under the dam as the city of Medford opens the gates to lower the water level in the Millpond. The city plans to lower the water level by several feet, which will leave the shallow portions of the pond high and dry. The city is scheduled to begin work on rebuilding Luepke Way from Maple Street next week and lowering the water level will reduce the need for dewatering in the construction area adjacent to the pond.
It is all water under the dam as the city of Medford opens the gates to lower the water level in the Millpond. The city plans to lower the water level by several feet, which will leave the shallow portions of the pond high and dry.
Drew Spaeth of Stratford is realizing his dream of playing for the Wisconsin Woodchucks collegiate summer baseball team. To see the fully story, call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review.
Downtown festivities planned for this year’s Abbotsford Fall Festival have been moved one block to the north from their previous location.
A classic Corvette makes its way through Sunday’s car show at last year’s First City Days.
It’s officially August and that means it’s time for Abbotsford’s annual First City Days. Get ready for a jam-packed weekend of fun, which begins Friday, Aug. 11, and goes until Sunday, Aug. 13.
Emily, Ava and Ryan Kramer of Chicago were in Taylor County on Saturday visiting relatives near Owen when they stopped at the Medford Cooperative Convenience Store to paint pumpkins and visit with farm animals. The Medford FFA was on hand pumping gas and talking about agriculture. A large number of youth came out despite the rainy weather.
Coach Barb Anderson said she was humbled by the outpouring of support from the community and former players that took place at Tuesday night’s game. Anderson has coached girls volleyball in Rib Lake for 34 years and plans to step away from coaching at the end of the season. Tuesday was her last regular season home match.
Avery Stark (left) and Annalee Bull place a penguin rock in the Medford city park. They are taking part in a national trend of people decorating rocks and leaving them in public places for others to find. Those finding the rocks are asked to post  pictures of the rocks to social media and place them in other public places.
The central channel of the Black River is visible as the water level in the Millpond was lowered over the past two weeks by the city of Medford. Lowering the water level was needed in order for the city to rebuild a section of Luepke Way between Hwy 64 and Maple St. If the city had not lowered the water in the adjacent pond, the construction which began on Wednesday morning, would have had increased issues with flooding and a greater potential for cave-ins as excavation for utilities was being done.
It is all water under the dam as the city of Medford opens the gates to lower the water level in the Millpond. The city plans to lower the water level by several feet, which will leave the shallow portions of the pond high and dry. The city is scheduled to begin work on rebuilding Luepke Way from Maple Street next week and lowering the water level will reduce the need for dewatering in the construction area adjacent to the pond.
A classic Corvette makes its way through Sunday’s car show at last year’s First City Days.

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The Medford girls cross country team possesses the GNC championship trophy for the first time in program history. Team members include (front l. to r.) Franny Seidel, Lauren Meyer, Ellee Grunwald, (back) head coach Kevin Wellman, Paige Brandner, Karli Higgins, Alicia Kawa, Grace Kelley and assistant coach Sherry Meyer. Photo by Bob Mainhardt/Northwoods River News
GREAT NORTHERN CONFERENCE CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS Saturday at Northland Pines

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