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Couple faces charges after attempt to sell appliances - news-shield.com
An attempt to sell allegedly stolen merchandise to a Rice Lake recycling company has resulted in a variety of charges against a man from Chetek and a woman from Rice Lake, Barron County Circuit Court documents said. A July 15 criminal complaint named the ...
Youth facing 14 citations fails to appear for hearing - news-shield.com
A teenager who allegedly led police on a chase through Chetek that reached speeds up to 100 mph did not show up for a July 16 plea hearing here because he is in jail in Chippewa County, Barron County Circuit Court documents said. Mason P. Zanchetti ...
Arrests follow bank heist - news-shield.com
Three suspects arrested in connection with the noontime robbery of Sterling Bank in Rice Lake last Wednesday, July 16, probably couldn’t have picked a worse time for a holdup, according to sources with the Rice Lake Police Department and Barron County ...
Woman watching TV spots intruder crawling on floor - news-shield.com
An alleged home invasion on Tuesday, July 15, has resulted in several misdemeanor charges and a felony drug charge against a 24-year-old Rice Lake man, according to Barron County Circuit Court documents. A complaint filed by prosecutors on July 16 ...
Anderson gets 14 years’ prison - news-shield.com
The investigation of Prairie Farm resident Tiane L. Anderson began in October 2013 when a witness, a teenaged girl, told Barron County authorities that her stepfather sexually assaulted her and her two siblings, a girl and boy, over a period of more than ...
Mega! CO-OP buys Econofoods - news-shield.com
The history of grocery sales in the Barron area is adding another chapter with the announcement Monday, July 21, that Eau Claire-based Mega! CO-OP has purchased Econofoods. The local store, now managed by Twin Cities-based Nash-Finch, will begin operating ...
New cafe owners have sunny business outlook - news-shield.com
For years, the restaurant located in the Equity Livestock Auction building was known as the Bullwhip Café. It served customers who came for the weekly livestock sales, and a number of local residents who enjoyed visiting with each other during the morning ...
Sunshine Ranch joins Chamber - news-shield.com
Members of the Barron Chamber of Commerce, accompanied by chamber Young Ambassadors, welcome the owners of the Sunshine Ranch Café to the community on Thursday, July 17. From left: Chamber representatives Maria Seibel and Pat Thornby, owners Karen Nerison ...
Recording artist - news-shield.com
Barron resident D.J. Arthur Looby holds a copy of his first album, entitled “I Am A Rider.” Looby composed all the songs on the disc and used a computer to produce the accompanying music. The disc will be released in August.
Suit settlement nets $250,000 for school district - news-shield.com
Between $80 million and $90 million was allotted to the state of Wisconsin after the federal government settled a class action suit against software giant Microsoft in 2004. The government won the settlement after it sued Microsoft over the bundling of its ...