A benefit has been arranged for Greg Heisel, of Unified Body Therapies in Chetek.
An entire house on Knapp Street will be moved from near the intersection of 15th Street to the 400 block of Tainter Street, if all goes to plan, on Thursday, Jan. 30.
Blue Hills Unitarian Universalist Fellowship member and music director Brian Rude will conduct a service at 10 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 2, at Blue Hills in Rice Lake.
Music from three centuries will be played by three ensembles at the third annual HomeGrown Concert at 4 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 16, at Bethany Lutheran Church in Rice Lake. In its first two years, this addition to the Red Cedar Symphony’s annual concert calendar has delivered outstanding perfor…
The Hunt Hill Hike Club, sponsored by Mayo Clinic Health System, will host the Luminary Hike at 7–8:30 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 10, at Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary. No registration is required, and there is no cost to participate.
Embrace, a nonprofit organization that provides safe shelter and services to survivors of domestic abuse and sexual assault in Barron, Rusk, Washburn and Price counties, has announced that all seven law enforcement agencies in Barron County have been trained in the nationally recognized dome…
The Rowe & Mauseth Store in Cameron is pictured above on a postcard postmarked June 15, 1914. The back of the postcard is correspondence about traveling from someone named “Porky” in Cameron to a Miss Llewellyn Stout, of Rice Lake. The photo is from the Old School Rice Lake page on Facebook.
- Grand opening at Jen's Choppin' Block, formerly Clickers
- Man airlifted after crash on snowmobile
- Randy J. Kelley
- Hundreds compete in fire department’s annual ice fishing tournament
- Repair costs could exceed $120,000 for Chetek Dam
- Cleo A. Taft
- Patricia A. Drost
- Barron County Courthouse News - Jan. 22, 2020
- Two men suspected of damaging 70+ signs
- Former owners of Barron cafe now at Northwoods Best Inn
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