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The Chetek-Weyerhaeuser volleyball team (14-8, 7-4) bounced back last week against Heart O’North opponents, winning four of five matches, including two wins against the Spooner Rails. 

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Alyseia Loew, 9, participated in her first youth hunt on Saturday, Oct. 6, with her father, Travis Loew. The Barron resident shot this 10-point buck at 100 yards while using a youth .243 rifle just east of Barron. Alyseia helped set up the blind and asked if she could field dress the deer on…

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The Chetek-Weyerhaeuser runnin’ ‘Dogs were on the celebrated Birkie Trail on Tuesday, Oct. 2, and that means we were at Hayward’s home meet. The race takes place annually at Hatchery Creek County Park, just north of Hayward. Their meet is what I would call a “gut run,” something you do to me…

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As fall colors approach their peak, anyone interested in viewing the colors should monitor live updates on the Wisconsin Department of Tourism’s Fall Color Report, which launched this past week on www.travelwisconsin.com.

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Chetek resident Carson Toufar harvested the first black bear of his short hunting career on Sept. 16 while hunting with his father near Chetek. The 10-year-old shot the sow around 6:30 p.m. when the bear came within 20 yards of the bait and Toufar shot the bear with  a 7mm-08 Remington. The …

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Chetek-Weyerhaeuser has several winter sports meetings coming up. All students planning to participate in high school or middle school boys’ basketball, girls’ basketball or wrestling, as well as high school wrestling cheerleading, high school dance team or middle school cheer squad during t…

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Chetek-Weyerhaeuser junior Danielle Westholm was honored to be one of eight individuals to earn a spot at the WIAA Sectional Golf Meet at Hayward on Oct. 1. Under the threat of rain and with temperatures hovering in the lower 40s, Westholm played the second-best round of her life and was abl…

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More than 20 up-and-coming hunters recently completed their hunter education course that was held at the Chetek-Weyerhaeuser Middle School cafeteria. The roughly two-week course began Sept. 17 and wrapped up on Oct. 1. The successful hunter education students are pictured above. In front, fr…