With one unlikely swing, Colten Weiler toppled the league leaders and sent shockwaves through the Marawood North. Weiler shot a clean single to right with the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh, lifting the Athens Bluejays past the Rib Lake Redmen 4-3 last Friday in Athens.
Looking to save money on health insurance next year and into the future, the Abbotsford school board voted last week to join a consortium of five other districts that promises better rates with a larger pool of employees.
Just hours after a spring snowstorm left a fresh trail of puddles on the ground Monday, over 60 people ventured out to a muddy, vacant lot on Spence Street to celebrate the start of construction for Colby’s new public library.
Kaitlyn Brooks and Berenice Lira both smacked home runs to power the Athens softball team to a 12-2 win against Chequamegon at home on Monday. Subscribe to The Record-Review by calling 715-223-2342 to read the full story.
With blue plastic booties wrapped around their shoes, dozens of high school students and their teachers shuffled their way around the Heeg Brothers Dairy Saturday afternoon, walking between calf hutches, a large freestall barn and a machine shed with a hands-on exhibit displaying the inner-workings of a dairy cow.
Speaking to the student body of Abbotsford High School last Friday, Gov. Scott Walker said today’s seniors and juniors have a lot to be optimistic about as they prepare to enter the workforce.
“Your future is as bright as you want it to be,” he said. “There’s not a career that you can’t pursue that isn’t overwhelmingly hiring.”