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The Chetek-Weyerhaeuser girls opened its 2021–22 season last week with two home games and the Bulldogs were able to split those contests and come away with a 1-1 record after week one.

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In a technology driven world, and Amazon.com at our fingertips, shopping at local establishments is becoming a rarity. “Add to cart” is becoming a part of our normal vocabulary, and impatience grows when we do not get our products in the two-day shipping window we were promised. 

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The 2021–22 high school boys’ basketball season tips off this week across the state as the Chetek-Weyerhaeuser squad prepares for its season opener at home against Augusta on Tuesday, Nov. 23.

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Barron County is moving ahead with a plan to test at least 800 private wells in the county for levels of nitrates, various metals and other indicators of water quality. 

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There was a lot going on at last week’s council meeting – two public hearings, an update on the Waste Water Treatment project, and a number of potentially controversial subjects requiring, in one instance, the mayor to cast his vote. I’ll start with that item first.