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Bears roll to 3 league victories! - news-shield.com
The Barron Golden Bears had a nice stretch of soccer, defeating three conference opponents to bring their overall record to 11-2, 10-2 in Middle Border Conference play. The Bears trail New Richmond (12-0) and Amery (11-0) in league play, but those squads ...
Improved Bears fall to Spooner Rails - news-shield.com
In front of a large Homecoming crowd, the Barron football team put together its best game of the season, eventually falling 32-6 to the Spooner Rails. “The Homecoming atmosphere is a great atmosphere to play in, with alumni coming back and the stands ...
Barron sweeps away Cumberland - news-shield.com
The Barron volleyball team celebrated Homecoming in style last week, sweeping Cumberland Thursday, Oct. 1, during a special night that saw the Golden Bears and Beavers team up to raise funds for local cancer patients. “It was a great night of volleyball ...
Blockbuster smile - news-shield.com
Barron’s Kristin Doriott was all smiles after blocking a Cumberland attack Thursday night, Oct. 1. The Golden Bears and Beavers teamed up to raise funds for local cancer patients as the Barron girls also celebrated Homecoming week.
Young gun - news-shield.com
Barron freshman quarterback Warren Williams completes a pass during his first start. The Bears gave the Spooner Rails a run for their money but eventually fell 32-6 in front of large Homecoming crowd.
Zach attack - news-shield.com
Barron junior Zach Clemens offered a great offensive attack last week, scoring eight goals in just two games. Above, he hustles on the way to one of his four scores against Hayward on Thursday, Oct. 1. Clemens is up for a statewide award for his play.
Barron High School Homecoming Court - news-shield.com
Pictured (front row from left) Elsa Josefsson, Queen Sarah Prill, King Jacob Peterson, Aliana Sigala, Yolanda Candler. Middle row: Andrew Dominguez, Bailey Turgeson, Sarah Pintens, Kendall Verhulst, Amanda Queiser, Ramon Perez. Back row: Stephen Segner ...
They love their tractors - news-shield.com
Fifteen students participated in the Barron FFA’s annual Drive Your Tractor to School activity during homecoming week. The ages of the tractors ranged from 1951 to 2012. The students participating were (front row from left), Justin Bartlett, McKinley ...
Bountiful brat - news-shield.com
Unrolling a giant bratwurst at the Dallas Oktoberfest are, from left, Clicker’s Restaurant owner Ryan Lentz, at the wheel of the ATV, Scott Vergin (back to camera), Al McMahon and Al Schutz, Lentz said the brat was 170 feet long, covering the length ...
Man from Cameron faces felony firearms charge - news-shield.com
A Cameron man faces up to 10 years in prison and/or a $25,000 on a charge of possessing a firearm as a felon, accordng to a complaint filed Friday, Oct. 2, 2015, in Barron County Circuit Court. The defendant was identified as James M. Burke, 33, 411 S.
Rice Lake man charged after SWAT team arrest - news-shield.com
Barron County’s “emergency response team” was deployed in rural Rice Lake in early September after a report of shots being fired, and a 37-year-old man has been charged with two misdemeanors in connection with the incident, county Circuit Court ...
Encounter with warden brings felony drug charge - news-shield.com
An encounter between a fisherman and a game warden resulted in a felony drug arrest on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015, according to Barron County Circuit Court documents. A complaint filed on Oct. 2 identified the defendant as Shawn C. Gable, 57, 115 W. Messenger ...
Fun week for Barron High School Homecoming - news-shield.com
Barron High School’s annual Homecoming celebration lasted a full week, from Sunday through Saturday, Sept. 27 through Oct. 3, 2015, and featured many events. Events kicked off Sept. 27 with girls kickball and male cheer leading. The sophomore class took ...
Governor Walker attends Co-op Day celebration - news-shield.com
For the third year in a row, Gov. Scott Walker stopped off in Cameron Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015, to attend the annual Co-op Day event hosted by Barron Electric Cooperative. As he did last year, he sampled some ice cream, greeted guests and posed for photos.
Drive underway for improvements to Barron ice arena - news-shield.com
The Barron Indoor Ice Arena is a $1 million facility, privately owned and operated. The Barron/Chetek Youth Hockey Association makes ice available to about 75 young skaters and serves families in Barron, Almena, Chetek, Cameron, Dallas, Ridgeland and other ...