A new Montessori school is set to open next year in St. Germain. The district is taking applications starting next week.
The Northland Pines Montessori Learning Center will span 4K through second grade, with 3rd and 4th grade to be added in 2016. When paired with the new project-based learning program SOAR in Land o’Lakes, students will soon have the opportunity to attend 4K through 12th grade in an alternative learning environment.
Three Democrats hoping to win state or federal jobs Tuesday stopped in Rhinelander Saturday morning.
Candidate for Governor Mary Burke says she optimistic heading into the vote..
"....I can't wait to get to work as Governor as we have so much potential here in Wisconsin and if we just put the politics aside, focus on common sense, focus on strong growing communities, that people get that fair shot...."
Attorney General candidate Susan Happ outlines her priorities..
With a stiff northerly breeze to unfurl it in full Friday, both the city and AT & T are hoping the problems concerning a large flag on a cellphone tower in downtown Rhinelander is over.
As part of an agreement with the city to put the large commercial tower downtown, AT & T agreed to mount a large American flag. After several ill-fated attempts, it appears the problems discovered in prior attempts have been fixed.
Fresh off a Wednesday debate with Democratic challenger Kelly Westlund, incumbent Sean Duffy says the next Congress will begin a long list of issues, with the top one being tax reform. The 7th District Republican stopped by Rhinelander for a campaign stop Wednesday. Duffy says much depends on the make up of the U.S. Senate, but he has a list of issues...
Last April, a school referendum at White Lake lost by the narrowest of margins. Voters next Tuesday in that district will again see the same question.
School Superintendent Bill Fisher says voters will consider whether to exceed mandated state spending limits by $250,000 a year for three years. This vote is non-recurring, meaning it is only for the term specified, which is three years.
No resolution yet from a Forest County criminal complaint against an 18 year old man charged with vehicular homicide after a traffic crash killed another teenager.
Austin Ginter is charged with 1st Degree Reckless Homicide and 1st Degree Reckless Injury. Court records indicate the fatal crash happened July 13 on Old Eight Road near Crandon. Witnesses allege the car was travelling at a high rate of speed prior to the crash. A 15 year old male died in the crash. Ginter and a 16 year old girl were injured.
A meeting has been set for Wednesday evening in Minocqua so the public can find out more information about allegations against a registered sex offender.
31 year old Albert Chagnon was scheduled to be released from state prison in Oshkosh when officers found a book that allegedly contained photos of about 250 young girls collected from various publications. He was convicted on child pornography charges and has been in and out of prison, most recently for violating sex offender rules.