The collective companies and that own and operate Atrium Health & Senior Living facilities in Wisconsin and Michigan are bankrupt, according to the companies’ major lenders.
A 28-year-old man from Dallas was airlifted to the Mayo hospital in Eau Claire for injuries he sustained when he was apparently thrown from his car when it crashed on CTH A at 18-1/2 Street in Sioux Creek Township.
Court documents filed last week allege that the companies operating Atrium Health & Senior Living facilities are insolvent and unable to service debt owed to the group's major lenders.
The 25th annual Harvest Fest in Chetek is Saturday, Sept. 8, and many favorite events are returning along with a couple of new activities and changes to the schedule.
Three benefits to help area residents with medical conditions are being held in the next two weeks, with two on Saturday, Sept. 8, and one on Saturday, Sept. 15.
Tips from Chetek’s Neighborhood Watch program helped lead an investigation to a drug bust and the arrest of a man and his mother in Chetek, the Chetek Police Department said on Tuesday, Sept. 4.
Two area businesses are looking to appeal a judge’s order saying they must pay attorney’s fees related to their fight to get unpaid bills from a then-failing area grocer satisfied in a bankruptcy case.
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- Sterling Bank recognizes pair of employees for 75 years of service
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- Neighborhood Watch tips led to drug bust