June 14, 2013 in New Richmond News
The local fairy population blossomed in the early years of New Richmond’s history. According to Mary Sather, local historian, the community’s first documented fairy settler was Mr. Pixie Paperjack, who arrived in town thanks to a strong northeast wind in the summer of 1857.
June 6, 2013 in New Richmond News
Expanded entertainment options and activities highlight Osceola’s third annual Rhubarb Days on June 7-8. Continue Reading
May 30, 2013 in New Richmond News
Dancing Dragonfly Winery, the Twin Cities newest destination winery, is now open for business near St. Croix Falls, Wis. Continue Reading
October 3, 2012 in New Richmond News
Following six months of construction, Trollhaugen Outdoor Recreation Area will open the first phase of its brand new Aerial Adventure Park on Sunday, Oct. 7.
September 30, 2012 in Worthington Daily Globe
WORTHINGTON Frogs are everywhere in teacher Nancy Johnson’s classroom at St. Mary’s Catholic School in Worthington. The green amphibians hop all over the walls, decorate bulletin boards, and a few of the stuffed variety inhabit corners of the room. Continue Reading
September 28, 2012 in New Richmond News
Staff and volunteers at the Heritage Center are gearing up for the 27th annual Heritage Days celebration, which will take place this weekend, Sept. 28-30. Continue Reading
September 26, 2012 in New Richmond News
The Willow River Piecemakers Quilt Guild will present its ninth annual 2012 Quilt Show at Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College in New Richmond this weekend.
August 16, 2012 in New Richmond News
Plans are being hammered into place as Star Prairie prepares for its 43rd annual Ox Cart Days this weekend, Aug. 16-19.
August 11, 2012 in New Richmond News
Wisconsin travel destinations are some of the best kept secrets around. While some folks view vacations as a trip to far and exotic places, we really only have to look within our state to experience some really novel opportunities. Continue Reading
August 9, 2012 in Hudson Star-Observer
The old United States Post Office building, located on 225 Locust St., supplied service to Hudson for 56 years.