Girls’ hockey team loses to Northland Pines
Performance includes Bach’s fourth Brandenburg Concerto
The Polar Bears soccer team recorded a win and a loss at two away games last week.
Reducing carbon footprints one house at a time
Team hopes to repeat as conference champions
Bemis working with Mission of Hope
Public can comment at April meeting
Wolves outscored 123-30 in two games
A 65-year-old man who told police he cannot stop shoplifting because it is a sickness now faces a felony criminal
W-F launches first day of school
Vicki has been a strong advocate of victim’s rights. She has worked to insure that the rights of victims are protected in a manner no less vigorous than the protection afforded criminal defendants.
Clintonville, Hortonville compete in Seymour Invite
I-S baseball team defeats Amherst, Wild Rose
Third through sixth-grade students at Iola-Scandinavia Elementary School presented their holiday concert, “Dear Santa: A Musical Tweet for Christmas,” Tuesday,
Fiesta offers Mexican buffet, silent auction, door prizes
New London hosts annual county track meet
Religious leaders reject Walker’s drug-testing plan
Large increases in state borrowing is huge concern
Kell describes Clintonville’s process as a ‘circus’
Few legislative causes have drawn as much interest and as little traction as redistricting — the drawing of new voter boundaries after each 10-year census.
Nine I-S seniors returning this season
Antique tractors coming to Symco
New Look created by Bemis Graphics Design Team
Historical society keeps local history alive
Most voters are disappointed in Walker’s job performance
Q&A with Celeste Ratka
Norwegian pastries, lefse making and other crafts featured at Iola’s annual event
DNR specialist recommends winter drawdowns
Clintonville boys out of the playoffs
Criminal charges were filed against a New London man for a pedestrian fatality that occurred in July 2014.