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.
The Abbotsford High School graduating class of 2017
A total of 46 Abbotsford High School seniors will receive their diplomas on Saturday, May 20, at a 2 p.m. commencement ceremony in the north gym.
Gov. Scott Walker talks with Kierra Krause (left)  and Isabella Sigmund about their college algebra assignments during a visit to Medford Area Senior High School on Tuesday. Walker noted the high value of being able to take classes for college credit while still in high school. He said it was a way for students and families to save money and get ahead in their educations.
The budget was on Gov. Scott Walker’s official list of things to talk about during his visit to Medford Area Senior High School Tuesday afternoon.
A car driven by Robert Thorson of Chippewa Falls sustained major damage after being hit by a semi Thursday. Thorson survived with non life-threatning injuries.
A semi rear-ended a car on STH 29 near River Avenue Thursday afternoon, leaving the driver of the car with “non-incapacitating” injuries, according to the Clark County Sheriff’s Department.
A picture of the liquid manure pump involved in Thursday night's fatal accident.
A 24-year-old man, Jason Lindner of Greenwood, was killed Thursday after a valve blew off a liquid manure pump and struck him in the face, according to the Clark County Sheriff's Department.
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.
This map from M3 Insurance shows the insurance co-ops formed by smaller districts.
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.
The name of Colby’s new public library was unveiled to the crowd at Monday’s groundbreaking ceremony.
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.
Jake Peissig, back center, explains how his farm’s robotic milkers work as students watch them in action during a tour at JTP Dairy near Dorchester Saturday.
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.
While students work on various welding projects in Abbotsford High School’s shop class, Gov. Scott Walker speaks to teacher John Slipek, left, and principal Ryan Bargender, right, during Friday’s visit.
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.”
Supervisor Sue Breneman makes a point during a conversation with fellow supervisor Ray Soper prior to the start of Tuesday’s county board session. The county had a lengthy agenda taking up several ordinances, a proposed increase in supervisor pay as well as discussing the ownership and future maintenance of the Chelsea Lake Dam. After county clerk Bruce Strama argued in favor of the dam action being in the form of a resolution to be presented at the next meeting, Breneman replied that they had better meet s
Taylor County will take responsibility and ownership of the Chelsea Lake Dam. At least it will if county board members approve a formal resolution stating that at their next meeting.
Brayan Delgado-Camacho
The Abbotsford High School graduating class of 2017
Gov. Scott Walker talks with Kierra Krause (left)  and Isabella Sigmund about their college algebra assignments during a visit to Medford Area Senior High School on Tuesday. Walker noted the high value of being able to take classes for college credit while still in high school. He said it was a way for students and families to save money and get ahead in their educations.
A car driven by Robert Thorson of Chippewa Falls sustained major damage after being hit by a semi Thursday. Thorson survived with non life-threatning injuries.
A picture of the liquid manure pump involved in Thursday night's fatal accident.
This map from M3 Insurance shows the insurance co-ops formed by smaller districts.
The name of Colby’s new public library was unveiled to the crowd at Monday’s groundbreaking ceremony.
Jake Peissig, back center, explains how his farm’s robotic milkers work as students watch them in action during a tour at JTP Dairy near Dorchester Saturday.
While students work on various welding projects in Abbotsford High School’s shop class, Gov. Scott Walker speaks to teacher John Slipek, left, and principal Ryan Bargender, right, during Friday’s visit.
Supervisor Sue Breneman makes a point during a conversation with fellow supervisor Ray Soper prior to the start of Tuesday’s county board session. The county had a lengthy agenda taking up several ordinances, a proposed increase in supervisor pay as well as discussing the ownership and future maintenance of the Chelsea Lake Dam. After county clerk Bruce Strama argued in favor of the dam action being in the form of a resolution to be presented at the next meeting, Breneman replied that they had better meet s

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