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The Chetek Lions Club will once again be collecting deer hides in support of the Wisconsin Lions Camp. There are three drop-off sites for hunters to donate deer hides in Chetek: Bridge Stop BP on CTH I, the rear of Kwik Trip on Second Street, and Horton’s True Value Hardware on Dallas Street…

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Icy roads are a suspected factor in a fatal crash on Hwy. 8 near Weyerhaeuser that killed a 28-year-old man from Bruce, and injured a 64-year-old Chetek woman, said the Wisconsin State Patrol.

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Do you know someone in the Chetek area who goes above and beyond with kind, generous and selfless acts that benefit others?

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As the Thanksgiving travel period kicks off this weekend and continues through the following weekend, at least three storms of note have the potential to cause trouble on the roads and at the airports across the United States.

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Barron Electric Cooperative employees teamed up with member Nuto Farms to deliver over 3,200 pounds of potatoes to 13 food pantries in Barron, Birchwood, Cameron, Chetek, Cumberland, Hayward, Prairie Farm, Rice Lake, Shell Lake, Spooner and Turtle Lake. Dallas Sloan, Barron Electric general …

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Blue Hills Unitarian Universalist Fellowship welcomes back Rev. Suzanne Wasilczuk to conduct a service at 10 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 24. Wasilczuk is a 2007 graduate of Meadville Lombard Theological School in Chicago, Ill., and now serves a congregation in Duluth, Minn.

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Pictured are hunters and family at a deer camp near Ladysmith in 1908. According to the Department of Natural Resources, around that time, salt licks were banned in 1905. The requirement to wear red clothing started in 1945, with orange clothing added in 1951. Blaze orange became required in…