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Fifield moves toward ownership of commemorative wayside

The Fifield community has stood to lose their historic wayside near Freedom's Bridge for the past seven months, as the DOT and local organizations have discussed the potential demise of the little rest stop, culminating in a meeting of stakeh… Comments (0)

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Fifield moves toward ownership of commemorative wayside

The Fifield community has stood to lose their historic wayside near Freedom's Bridge for the past seven months, as the DOT and local organizations have discussed the potential demise of the little rest stop, culminating in a meeting of stakeholders on March 19.

  • icon Posted: March 27

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Friday 03/27/2015
Four exchange students enrich student life
Posted: March 27, 2015

Chequamegon High School is hosting four foreign exchange students this semester: Anastasia Korets from Ukraine, Laura Lechner from Germany, Sonya Becker from Sweden, and Marija Jeknic from Montenegro. All four girls were randomly assigned a school and host family in America. They are all incredibly talented and Chequamegon is very proud to have them. As Marija put it, “This is not a year in my life, this is a life in a year.” True not just for the foreign exchange students, but for all students at the high school.

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Thursday 03/26/2015
Phillips School works to improve employee relations, increase education quality
Posted: March 26, 2015

The Phillips School District has started a new project this year designed to improve communication and employee moral while increasing the quality of educational standards in the school.

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Draft ordinance on ATV road regulations under consideration
Posted: March 26, 2015

There have been groups of all-terrain vehicle (ATV) enthusiasts asking for changes in Price County ordinances regarding where ATV's can be ridden.

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Wednesday 03/25/2015
Education and healthcare programs prevailing concerns at northern state budget hearing
Posted: March 25, 2015

The education of young minds and the care for the elderly and disabled were of primary concern to many citizens speaking at the state Legislature’s Joint Finance Committee hearing on the state’s proposed budget Monday in Rice Lake.

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Tuesday 03/24/2015
Additional funds awarded to Phillips Pool’s Unisex Locker Room project
Posted: March 24, 2015

During the Phillips School Board meeting of March 16, Jon Pesko, school board vice president, reported that about six months ago the pool committee had come forward with a plan to add a unisex locker room at the Phillips Pool. This extra unisex changing room would give parents and caregivers of different genders a place to change clothing and shower after using the pool. The pool committee has been fundraising extensively since September, and through much effort in the community, $69,000 has been raised in the six-month period.

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Trap shooting club approved by Phillips School Board, combines with Chequamegon
Posted: March 24, 2015

Jim Nesbit discussed a proposed trap shooting club in Phillips – a shared project with Chequamegon – at the Phillips School Board meeting on March 16, asking for approval from the board to start the club this year.

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Grants available for emergency food and shelter programs locally
Posted: March 24, 2015

Price County has been chosen to receive $2,800 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs that serve those suffering from an economic crisis.

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Aspirus Pleasant View renovations complete
Posted: March 24, 2015

In a ceremonial ribbon cutting, the newly renovated Aspirus Pleasant View long-term care facility in Phillips was officially recognized March 20. The 50-bed facility now has spacious new rooms with private baths, cable television and wi-fi, all new beds and furniture, new common spaces, a completely renovated Physical Therapy wing, and new offices. “Docs Porch,” honoring Dr. Walter E. Niebauer, M.D. and Dr. Edward C. England, D.D.S. in memory of their lifetime of contributions, is a welcome addition that provides a relaxed environment where residents can gather. The completion of the renovation assures that a continuum of care will be available to the Phillips and surrounding area communities in perpetuity.

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