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Cameron sweeps to regional title - news-shield.com
The Comets defeated Grantsburg in the regional semifinal Thursday night. They will next take on Eau Claire Regis at Durand at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov.2, with a berth into the State Tournament on the line. Look for full details, including photos, in the Nov. 6 ...
Man ran through home while pursued by police - news-shield.com
An Aug. 19 chase of a car allegedly stolen in Barron ended with a foot chase and arrest of a Chetek man in a home in Roberts, Wis., in St. Croix County, according to the St. Croix County Sheriff’s Department. David J. Janowski, 42, is in the St. Croix ...
Sand plant expansion - news-shield.com
A hearing will be held Sept. 3 in Weyerhaeuser on a proposed expansion of the Source Energy Services sand drying and processing facility. Proposed is the addition of one new dryer building and natural gas drying unit.
One year prison for role in corpse hiding case - news-shield.com
Timothy A. Zamsky, 50, rural Holcombe was sentenced Monday by Rusk County Circuit Court Judge Steven Anderson to a year in prison followed by three years of extended supervision for party to the crime of hiding a corpse, felony.
Felony burglary charges face father, son - news-shield.com
A rural Weyerhaeuser man and his son, who lives at Cameron, are set for initial appearances next Tuesday in connection with the June burglary of a pole shed in the Town of Rusk near Weyerhaeuser, and the investigation indicates more burglary charges may be ...
The champs are back! - news-shield.com
The Golden Girl volleyball team took time from practice last week for a team photo. The squad will be busy in the next week with a tough non-conference schedule as they prepare at a run toward a fourth straight Heart of the North title. Pictured are: row ...
Girls hope for another great fall - news-shield.com
The Barron Golden Girls, winners of the last three Heart of the North volleyball titles, return a lot of talent to the court this fall as they aim for another superb season. Elizabeth Stephens was the lone senior on a team that posted a 13-1 mark in league ...
Rain pain - news-shield.com
Cameron senior Michael Semon broke up a pass with a punishing hit on Clear Lake receiver Alex Colbeth in the driving rain to end a Warrior drive short of the end zone at the end of the first half Thursday, Aug. 21, at Rice Lake. Cameron’s defense held ...
Fighting water and Warriors - news-shield.com
Cameron’s senior quarterback Kyle Heinsohn tried to slip out of a Clear Lake tackle while running through the rain Thursday, Aug. 21, at Rice Lake. The Comets lost the non-conference season opener 21-8.
Giving the slip - news-shield.com
Bucky Nelson slipped a defender during another big run at Rice Lake in Prairie Farm's 50-22 season-opening win over Northwood. Nelson scored a touchdown and a pair of two-point conversions in the win.