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A good point - news-shield.com
Prairie Farm senior Megan Rassbach delivered a kill past Turtle Lake’s Kelly Catlin on Thursday, Oct. 16. The Panthers put up a valiant fight against the Lakers on Senior Night but eventually fell in a five-game battle.
Panthers pound Northwood in opener - news-shield.com
The Prairie Farm Panthers were impressive as they opened Lakeland 8 Conference play with a 50-22 victory over Northwood at the Rice Lake 8-man football jamboree on Saturday, Aug. 23, taking a 50-6 lead into the halftime locker room. “The game went pretty ...
Panthers split final two league matches - news-shield.com
The Panthers defeated Frederic in the first round of the playoffs, 25-14, 25-19, 25-13, before having their season come to an end on Thursday, Oct. 23, when an upset bid over the top-seeded Luck Cardinals came up short, 22-25, 9-25, 20-25. The Prairie Farm ...
Frederic flurry sinks Cameron’s hopes - news-shield.com
Cameron’s bid for a share of the North Lakeland Conference football championship slipped away in a matter of minutes during a slugfest with Frederic Friday night. The Comets closed out the regular season with a 30-12 loss, the first at Cameron’s ...
Girls claim undefeated HON crown! - news-shield.com
The Barron volleyball team went three-for-three in the second round of the Heart O’North Tournament at Chetek Thursday to finish undefeated in league play and capture a fourth straight HON championship. Barron has been awarded the number one seed in its ...
Looking for two - news-shield.com
Cameron quarterback Brady Schoenecker headed toward the end zone on a two-point conversion attempt that came up just inches short against Frederic Friday night, Oct. 17. The junior threw for 73 yards and ran for 75 yards and a touchdown in a 30-12 loss in ...
Air defense - news-shield.com
Cameron’s Michael Semon (left) and Hunter Gillett broke up a fourth down pass in the third quarter Friday night, Oct. 17, to thwart a Frederic drive. The Comets held the conference champion Vikings in check most of the night, but a quick 16-point swing ...
Four in a row! - news-shield.com
The Barron volleyball team won a fourth straight Heart O’North championship, going unbeaten in league play with a 14-0 record. Pictured are: row one (from left), Dana Hilbert, Jolene Lansin, Kyra Platzek, Sydney Clemens, Brionna Hacken, Rylie Hanson ...
Winter man held in fatal shooting of wife - news-shield.com
A Sawyer County man is being held on probably cause following the fatal shooting of his wife. Cade G. Clark, 26, of rural Winter, called 911 at 2:13 a.m., Sunday, Oct. 5, to report his wife, Kris Tina S. Clark, 26, sustained a gunshot wound to her head.
City still tweaking new adult entertainment ordinance - news-shield.com
A proposed city ordinance revision aimed at imposing stiffer restrictions on adult entertainment was returned back to committee Monday at the Ladysmith All Committees meeting. The four page proposal would replace a current half-page ordinance already on ...
Preliminary hearing set in alleged tasing incident - news-shield.com
A preliminary hearing will take place Nov. 4 in Rusk County Circuit Court for Faith L Wilke, 20,Cumberland, who is charged with felony possession of an electric weapon and with misdemeanor disorderly conduct in connection with alleged incidents July 5. She ...
City police K9 unit disbanded - news-shield.com
The Ladysmith Police and Fire Commission voted 5-0 to disband its K9 unit. The move was expected following the resignation of K9 handling officer Matt Bach, who took a job with the Rice Lake Police Department last month. The commission’s decision also ...
Only one area school gets more state aid - news-shield.com
Only one area school district gained state aid for the 2014-15 school year. Most are receiving less money from the state forcing school boards to make difficult budget decisions. Wisconsin mandates how much revenue each school district can collect through ...
Emergency chlorination ordered for city water - news-shield.com
Ladysmith water utility customers were advised an Oct. 10 water sample tested positive for the presence of coliform bacteria. Further sampling the next day confirmed the presence of coliform bacteria.
Normal routine restored after Barron High School gun threat - news-shield.com
Law enforcement personnel and school officials are continuing to carry out their investigation of an alleged gun threat found written on a wall at Barron High School, according to Craig Broeren, district administrator.