Misconceptions abound when it comes to the topic of rabies vaccinations for pets and bite holds, but one thing is clear – infection with the virus brings an almost certain death sentence if treatment doesn’t start early.
Each member of the Royal Court, from king and queen to town crier and jester, is getting ready to herald in the Northwoods Players’ 28th annual Madrigal Dinner, coming to Club 13 Restaurant and Lounge in Phillips Friday-Sunday, Dec. 6, 7 and 8. Comments (0)
The Butternut Midgets girls basketball team lost to the Winter Warriors 63-11, Tuesday, Nov. 26. Comments (0)
Get on the train or be left at the station: One of the greatest benefits of living in Wisconsin’s great white north is, to be blunt, the great whiteness. White-out snow conditions can blast through with little to no warning, stay all day and night, and leave nary a hint of the no… Comments (0)
In an attempt to cure myself of the dreaded Weird Al Yankovic Syndrome that comes upon me every Christmas season, I'm turning over a new holly leaf. No more mangling and tangling of Christmas tunes, poems or stories. I'm mixin' it up. I'm practicin' self-restraint. Going in a new direction. This is the first week of Advent, the beginning of the Christmas season, so we'll see how long my resolve can actually last. Comments (0)
Based upon one or more of the following – citizenship, attitude, kindness, accomplishments and/or academic progress Leah Harper and Nathan Belan have been selected as Students of the Month for October at the Phillips Elementary School. For their efforts to make the School District of Phillips a better place, these students will be rewarded with a pool pass and a movie pass. Comments (0)
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