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2017, April, “30-foot high crucifix near Vesta source of awe, reflection,” The Prairie Catholic, Catholic Diocese of New Ulm

2017, February, “Making good marriages better: Encounter weekends strengthen marriage, family,” The Prairie Catholic, Catholic Diocese of New Ulm

2016, December, “Sleepy Eye — St. Mary’s new church addition completed,” The Prairie Catholic, Catholic Diocese of New Ulm

2016, July, “Dawson native ordained a Dominican priest May 14 in St. Louis,” The Prairie Catholic, Catholic Diocese of New Ulm

2016, July, “Sr. Lisa Maurer: full-time Benedictine sister, part-time football coach,” The Prairie Catholic, Catholic Diocese of New Ulm

2016, July, “WINE group forms, holds inaugural event in Shepherd of Souls AFC,” The Prairie Catholic, Catholic Diocese of New Ulm

2016, May, “Eight-year journey leads Marshall native to priesthood,” The Prairie Catholic, Catholic Diocese of New Ulm

2016, March, “Two from diocese attend Year of Consecrated Life closing in Rome,” The Prairie Catholic, Catholic Diocese of New Ulm

2016, February 18, “TV personality coming to this year’s Gardener’s Gala,” Litchfield Independent Review

2016, February, “Consecrated life celebration: diocese honors reminders of God’s love,” The Prairie Catholic, Catholic Diocese of New Ulm

2015, December, “Trisomy law allows expectant parents to receive accurate, supportive information on prenatal conditions,” The Prairie Catholic, Catholic Diocese of New Ulm

2015, October, “Innovation keeps Towmaster strong,” Litchfield Independent Review & Hutchinson Leader

2015, October, “St. Philip’s celebrates completion of new bell tower and church addition,” The Prairie Catholic, Catholic Diocese of New Ulm

2015, October, “Fr. Jerome appointed major superior of his monastery in India,” The Prairie Catholic, Catholic Diocese of New Ulm

2015, June, “St. Clara’s in Clara City celebrates 125th anniversary,” The Prairie Catholic, Catholic Diocese of New Ulm

2015, May 28, “Ministry brings comfort to jail inmates,” Litchfield Independent Review

2015, May, “Heeding God’s call: Encouragement ministry aids Meeker County inmates,” The Prairie Catholic, Catholic Diocese of New Ulm

2015, March 27, “At this library seeds are checked out,” Litchfield Independent Review

2014, November 27, “Litchfield memories inspire novelist,” Litchfield Independent Review

2014, September, “Dawson native makes final vows as Dominican,” Dawson Sentinel, Dawson, Minn.

2014, September, “‘It’s God’s work and not ours’: Winsted man ordained Dominican priest,” The Prairie Catholic, Catholic Diocese of New Ulm

2014, September, “Dawson native makes final vows as Dominican, calls experience ‘humbling,'” The Prairie Catholic, Catholic Diocese of New Ulm

2014, June, “Faithful gather to celebrate Church of St. Anthony’s 125-year history,” The Prairie Catholic, Catholic Diocese of New Ulm

2014, March 27, “Anytime Fitness expands in Litchfield,” Litchfield Independent Review & Hutchinson Leader

2014, March 26, “Think spring, plant a tree,” Hutchinson Leader

2014, March 13, “Think spring, plant a tree: But you might want to avoid green ash varieties,” Litchfield Independent Review

2014, February, “Mouths instead of flames: USFWS uses grazing and haying as alternatives to prescribed fire,” Litchfield Independent Review & Hutchinson Leader

2014, January, “Function tests help prevent on-the-job injury,” Litchfield Independent Review & Hutchinson Leader

2014, January 6, “First Person: Sub-Zero Temps Trigger Minnesota Cabin Fever,” Yahoo US News

2013, November 18, “‘Keep It Growing’ helps Minnesota farmers, communities retain farm land,” MinnPost.com

2013, Fall, “Southwest Initiative works to ‘Keep It Growing,” Litchfield Independent Review & Hutchinson Leader

2013, September, “Getting your garden ready for winter,” Litchfield Independent Review & Hutchinson Leader

2013, March, “The tough cowgirl who never gave up,” Litchfield Independent Review

2013, March, “Carlson Meats thrives in big-box era,” Litchfield Independent Review

From 2010-2012, owned and operated the local news and information source, Ashland Current.  

2010, July, Photo, “Okinawa Dancers,” to accompany a story in The Catholic Herald

2010, June, Article, “Mayer Receives Pax Christi Award,” The Catholic Herald

2010, March 27, Article, “Cooperative business model finds success in Ashland,” The Daily Press: The Road to Recovery Special Edition

2010, March 27, Article, “The broker, the banker, the builder,” The Daily Press: The Road to Recovery Special Edition

2010, March 27, Article, “Locals still want to have their fun,” The Daily Press: The Road to Recovery Special Edition

2009, December 28, Article, “Angel Acres Farm home to happy livestock,” The Daily Press

2009, December 24, Article, “A holy family: Living on faith,” Catholic Herald, 139(39)

2009, October 1, Article, “Chetek parish celebrates 125 years,” Catholic Herald, 139(27)

2009, September 17, Article, “‘Stay Home, Stay Happy’: Ashland mom writes book about motherhood,” Catholic Herald, 139(25)

2009, September 17, Article, “Additional online tools available for parishioners,” Catholic Herald, 139(25)

2009, September 14, Article, “Winford Carpentry and Remodeling continues to grow,” The Daily Press

2009, September 3, Article, “Parish honors Radisson priest with blood drive,” Catholic Herald, 139(23)

2009, August 20, Article, “Six enter permanent diaconate; ordination at Rice Lake,” Catholic Herald, 139(21)

2004, August 4, Article, “Ericksons work to renovate Ashland home,” The Daily Press

2004, August 3, Article, “CHA elects new board,” The Daily Press

2004, July 30, Article, “Bay Days chief gives his side,” The Daily Press

2004, July 30, Article, “Ashland receives grant for new fire tanker,” The Daily Press

2004, July 28, Article, “Ashland Mayor Schnook Bay Days actions questioned,” The Daily Press

2004, July 24-25, Article, “Library CDs a dubious windfall,” The Daily Press

2004, July 20, Article, “Ashland preservation commission compiles list of historic residences,” The Daily Press

2004, July 17-18, Article, “Local agent works on insurance legislation,” The Daily Press

2004, July 16, Article, “Health insurance cost takes toll on business,” The Daily Press

2004, July 13, Article, “Splake, brookie, or brookinaw?” The Daily Press

2004, July 9, Article, “WCMC holds meet in Ashland,” The Daily Press

2004, July 7, Article, “State fix-up money available for homes in city of Ashland,” The Daily Press

2004, June 29, Article, “Hatchery efforts boost walleye,” The Daily Press

2004, June 25, Article, “Judge says he won’t intervene in USFS case,” The Daily Press

2004, June 22, Article, “Fighting to save the national forest,” The Daily Press

2004, June 7, Article, “BHS class of 2004 goes forth,” The Daily Press

2004, June 3, Article, “Board supports Ashland Co. shoreland zoning rule,” The Daily Press

2004, June 2, Article, “Know your mercury,” The Daily Press

2004, May 28, Article, “Whittlesey Creek Refuge to benefit from grant funds,” The Daily Press

2004, May 24, Article, “Migratory Bird Day celebrated,” The Daily Press

2004, Mary 22-23, Article, “Jury finds Nelson ‘not guilty,’” The Daily Press

2004, May 21, Article, “Nelson jury prepares to deliberate,” The Daily Press

2004, May 20, Article, “Nelson trial goes into second day,” The Daily Press

2004, May 15-16, Article, “Court tells Lakeshore Drive homeowner: Raze and Remove,” The Daily Press

2004, May 14, Article, “Bad River not yet affected by ruling,” The Daily Press

2004, May 12, Article, “City takes over Tomlinson property on Beaser Avenue,” The Daily Press

2004, May 12, Article, “Skatepark to roll at Ellis and Sixth Street location,” The Daily Press

2004, May 11, Article, “Barbara Linton to run for Wisconsin assembly,” The Daily Press

2004, May 6, Article, “Chequamegon-Nicolet plan finalized,” The Daily Press

2004, April 28, Article, “Communities in Bay Area set for a clean-up,” The Daily Press

2004, April 22, Article, “FWS drafts wolf delisting proposal,” The Daily Press

2004, April 20, Article, “Bayfield receives mixed news,” The Daily Press

2004, April 21, Article, “Troops will be honored in Odanah,” The Daily Press

2004, April 16, Article, “Women making a difference,” The Daily Press

2004, April 14, Article, “City gets funds for Beaser Avenue,” The Daily Press

2004, April 8, Article, “BeBeau is Ashland’s Employee of the Year,The Daily Press

2004, April 7, Article, “Putnam, Schulz, Pearce on Ashland School Board,” The Daily Press

2004, April 7, Article, “Boys, Morrison to sit on Ashland council,” The Daily Press

2004, April 2, Article, “FS timber harvests may go on hold,” The Daily Press

2004, April 2, Article, “Planners bring good ideas to Odanah meet,” The Daily Press

2004, April 1, Article, “Planning panel talks skatepark,” The Daily Press

2004, April 1, Article, “SBC Wisconsin wants out: CTC customers affected,” The Daily Press

2004, March 31, Article, “Councilors approve arcade application,” The Daily Press

2004, March 31, Article, “And then there were three,” The Daily Press

2004, March 27, Article, “Counting on the wilderness,” The Daily Press

2004, March 27, Article, “Blessed by the gypsies,” The Daily Press

2004, March 27, Article, “Leading through change,” The Daily Press

2004, March 27, Article, “A passion for education, community,” The Daily Press

2004, March 27, Article, “Grand View a generous community,” The Daily Press

2004, March 27, Article, “Hitting the right notes,” The Daily Press

2004, March 26, Article, “Leino and Morrison share views,” The Daily Press

2004, March 26, Article, “What is the future of CHA’s shelter?” The Daily Press

2004, March 25, Article, “What the community does for the shelter,” The Daily Press

2004, March 24, Article, “What about the CHA shelter staff?” The Daily Press

2004, March 24, Article, “Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute signs contract with DNR,” The Daily Press

2004, March 23, Article, “Washburn School Board candidates,” The Daily Press

2004, March 23, Article, “What happened to the CHA code?” The Daily Press

2004, March 22, Article, “A family affair,” The Daily Press

2004, March 22, Article, “Ashland Council contested seats,” The Daily Press

2004, March 22, Article, “What happened to Twyford?: The CHA Board falls apart,” The Daily Press

2004, March 22, Article, “Sending out an S.O.S. for the humane association,” The Daily Press

2004, March 20-21, Article, “What happened to the $300,000?” The Daily Press

2004, March 19, Article, “Ashland residents review comp plan,” The Daily Press

2004, March 19, Article, “Scientists study ice cover of the Great Lakes,” The Daily Press

2004, March 18, Article, “Concerns about Patriot Act hit close to home,” The Daily Press

2004, March 17, Article, “Task force focuses on safety building needs,” The Daily Press

2004, March 11, Article, “Egg hatching successful on Whittlesey Creek,” The Daily Press

2004, March 11, Article, “Wildlife refuges increase property values,” The Daily Press

2004, March 10, Article, “Ashland may get help with property maintenance,” The Daily Press

2004, March 4, Article, “Zone panel reviews skateboard park site options,” The Daily Press

2004, March 4, Article, “Ashland officials review concepts for proposed public safety center,” The Daily Press

2004, March 3, Article, “Ashland officials look at possible safety center layouts and locations,” The Daily Press

2004, March 2, Article, “Officials look at Public Safety Center site list,” The Daily Press

2004, March 1, Article, “Snowcross races bring thrills to Bay Area,” The Daily Press

2004, February 23, Article, “Obey pans changes made to Medicare,” The Daily Press

2004, February 20, Article, “Area reps head to Superior Days,” The Daily Press

2004, February 20, Article, “Entrance and directional signs planned for city,” The Daily Press

2004, February 13, Article, “Gypsy moth treatment planned for later this year,” The Daily Press

2004, February 12, Article, “AINL shows a significant shortfall,” The Daily Press

2004, February 11, Article, “Ashland to get new Christmas decorations,” The Daily Press

2004, February 9, Article, “MUSH!” The Daily Press

2004, February 5, Article, “Paitl to take over for Crawford as Ashland top cop,” The Daily Press

2004, February 4, Article, “Ashland eyes new facility for public services,” The Daily Press

2004, February 7-8, Article, “Our right to know: Getting information,” The Daily Press

2004, January 30, Article, “City holds comp plan listening session,” The Daily Press

2004, January 29, Article, “Planning Commission talks about community contributors,” The Daily Press

2004, January 29, Article, “Ashland residents hear about US Highway 2 from DOT,” The Daily Press

2004, January 28, Article, “Bad River gets funding for fish hatchery, ponds,” The Daily Press

2004, January 28, Article, “Preservation commission says OK to Depot plans,” The Daily Press

2004, January 28, Article, “Beautification panel says ‘no way’ builder awards,” The Daily Press

2004, January 27, Article, “Dan Crawford sets out on retirement adventure,” The Daily Press

2004, January 22, Article, “Agencies propose conservation program,” The Daily Press

2004, January 22, Article, “City representatives grapple with comprehensive plan,” The Daily Press

2004, January 19, Article, “No search for Schroeder Sunday,” The Daily Press

2004, January 19, Article, “SMDC, USWA avoid strike,” The Daily Press

2004, January 19, Article, “Dedication: Residents show appreciation for chapel and church,” The Daily Press

2004, January 18, Article, “Mailbox bombs reported in Odanah,” The Daily Press

2004, January 17-18, Article, “Snowmobile found,” The Daily Press, with K. O’Brien

2004, January 15, Article, “Ashland comprehensive plan gets airing,” The Daily Press

2004, January 15, Article, “Winter gardening: It’s cold outside, but not in the greenhouse,” The Daily Press

2004, January 14, Article, “What’s up with Wal-Mart store?” The Daily Press

2004, January 14, Article, “Groups ask to be co-defendants in case against federal agencies,” The Daily Press

2004, January 14, Article, “Ashland City Council picks insurance carrier…again,” The Daily Press

2004, January 13, Article, “Heirloom seeds enrich Bad River garden project,” The Daily Press

2004, January 13, Article, “Leaders to review new growth plan for Ashland,” The Daily Press

2004, January 9, Article, “Hopes for fish,” The Daily Press

2004, January 8, Article, “5 face charges in New Year’s incident,” The Daily Press

2004, January 7, Article, “Ashland voters to make choice,” The Daily Press

2004, January 3-4, Article, “PF mayor accused of game law violations,” The Daily Press

2004, January 3-4, Article, “Art exhibit slated for February,” The Daily Press

2004, January 2, Article, “Arrests made in New Year’s donnybrook,” The Daily Press

2004, January 2, Article, “Aquaculture demo facility,” The Daily Press

2003, December 31, Article, “Flu bug hits area,” The Daily Press

2003, December 29, Article, “Midland Services says no for now to Town Mart rebuilding,” The Daily Press

2003, December 29, Article, “Pastor hits the streets to talk to area teens,” The Daily Press

2003, December 18, Article, “Rehwald worries about illuminated signs,” The Daily Press

2003, December 18, Article, “Soo Line Depot site plan approved,” The Daily Press

2003, December 17, Article, “Officials may use Nelson blood test results,” The Daily Press

2003, December 17, Article, “Big Top asks Ashland for money,” The Daily Press

2003, December 16, Article, “Fire destroys east end Ashland home,” The Daily Press

2003, December 12, Article, “Development pressure rising,” Superior Daily Telegram

2003, December 11, Article, “Ashland businesses find creative partnerships,” The Daily Press

2003, December 11, Article, “Conservation plan up for review,” The Daily Press

2003, December 10, Article, “Sidewalk cleaning is up to residents,” The Daily Press

2003, December 9, Article, “Schools will use tolerance curriculum,” The Daily Press

2003, December 9, Article, “Of roads and rail,” The Daily Press

2003, December 6-7, Article, “Development pressure,” The Daily Press

2003, December 4, Article, “Superfund health assessment released,” The Daily Press

2003, December 4, Article, “Ashland committee approves fee schedule,” The Daily Press

2003, December 3, Article, “Ashland School District receives $1,000 from city,” The Daily Press

2003, December 2, Article, “Ashland Council approves budget,” The Daily Press

2003, December 1, Article, “Growing generosity,” The Daily Press

2003, Winter, “Landowners hear firsthand how programs work,” Living Forest News

2003, Fall, Article, “Protecting what you love,” Land Along the Lake: A Regional Report, Lake Superior Alliance

2003, November 26, Article, “Holding the homeless,” The Daily Press

2003, November 18, Article, “Xcel Energy to complete Kreher Park testing,” The Daily Press

2003, November 17, Article, “Contestants seek path to checkmate,” The Daily Press

2003, November 14, Article, “National Forest Alliance says,” The Daily Press

2003, November 14, Article, “Councilors answer a $64,000 question,” The Daily Press

2003, November 13, Article, “Sunken Moose project gets go ahead,” The Daily Press

2003, November 12, Article, “Ashland council to meet on budget,” The Daily Press

2003, November 12, Article, “Few radio-tagged coaster trout survive after release,” The Daily Press

2003, November 11, Article, “Trout Unlimited hears about Bayfield streams,” The Daily Press

2003, November 6, Article, “Toxic chemicals deadly for lake trout,” The Daily Press

2003, November 5, Article, “Mayor: Put a halt to rhetoric,” The Daily Press

2003, November 5, Article, “Clubless golf may come to lakefront,” The Daily Press

2003, October 31, Article, “City’s revolving loan fund,” The Daily Press

2003, October 30, Article, “Material change stumps Ashland employees,” The Daily Press

2003, October 30, Article, “Winter parking rules start Nov. 1,” The Daily Press

2003, October 29, Article, “Bay Area Pawn owner says building acquired,” The Daily Press

2003, October 28, Article, “Ashland, DOT agree on Sanborn Ave. speed limits,” The Daily Press

2003, October 27, Article, “A Wisconsin Family’s sacrifice is recognized,” The Daily Press

2003, October 25, Article, “Lawsuit filed about plans for northern forests,” The Daily Press

2003, October 24, Article, “Ashland councilors mulling city budget,” The Daily Press

2003, October 22, Article, “Ashland’s draft comprehensive plan gets final public hearing,” The Daily Press

2003, October 16, Article, “Leaders meet in Washburn, receive grants,” The Daily Press

2003, October 15, Article, “Ashland staff to draft Patriot Act resolution,” The Daily Press

2003, October 11-12, Article, “City of Ashland has a new zoning administrator,” The Daily Press

2003, October 10, Article, “Cormorant final rule decision released,” The Daily Press

2003, October 8, Article, “Sanborn Avenue speed limit to change,” The Daily Press

2003, October 7, Article, “New rules force Northland Welcome Service,” The Daily Press

2003, October 4-5, Article, “Coast Guard seeks public comment on ballast water,” The Daily Press

2003, October 3, Article, “Ashland’s rail service in limbo,” The Daily Press

2003, October 2, Article, “Bad River adds 21,000 acres to holdings,” The Daily Press

2003, October 1, Article, “Library Board speaks out on Patriot Act,” The Daily Press

2003, September 25, Article, “Planning panel sends billboard recommendation to City Council,” The Daily Press

2003, September 26, Article, “Money, raffle stubs taken from Mellen library,” The Daily Press

2003, September 25, Article, “Businesses feel the impact of low lake level,” The Daily Press

2003, September 23, Article, “Ashland planning panel tackles signs,” The Daily Press

2003, September 15, Article, “Fat tire rolls on,” The Daily Press

2003, September 11, Article, “Land and Water symposium attracts crowd,” The Daily Press

2003, September 11, Article, “Deltco Plastics reprocesses post-industrial scrap into pellets,” The Daily Press

2003, September 10, Article, “Whittlesey Creek refuge area nearly doubles,” The Daily Press

2003, September 10, Article, “Xcel Energy may pay for Superfund site testing,” The Daily Press

2003, September 9, Article, “Oak trees are dying in area forests,” The Daily Press

2003, September 8, Article, “Learning about conservation options,” The Daily Press

2003, August 28, Article, “Planning Panel: Follow the rules,” The Daily Press

2003, August 28, Article, “Sandor’s Ranch Park offers camping, trails,” The Daily Press

2003, August 28, Article, “Former Holiday Gas Station to become pawn shop,” The Daily Press

2003, August 28, Article, “Wolves killed by DNR,” The Daily Press

2003, August 27, Article, “Ashland council takes on the big questions,” The Daily Press

2003, August 27, Article, “Legislators tour Apostle Islands lighthouses,” The Daily Press

2003, August 25, Article, “Gulls may be to blame for high E.Coli levels in area beaches,” The Daily Press

2003, August 25, Article, “Pow-Wow,” The Daily Press

2003, August 22, Article, “Ashland looking for nominations,” The Daily Press

2003, August 21, Article, “Great Lakes get mixed review in binational report,” The Daily Press

2003, August 21, Article, “Gov. Doyle to visit Ashland next week,” The Daily Press

2003, August 14, Article, “Final plan for cormorant management,” The Daily Press

2003, August 14, Article, “Boy’s choir strikes chord for area,” The Daily Press

2003, August 13, Article, “Ashland City Council make changes to recreation policies,” The Daily Press

2003, August 13, Article, “Strobl found guilty of selling bear gallbladders,” The Daily Press

2003, August 13, Article, “JFK Memorial Airport sees improvements,” The Daily Press

2003, August 12, Article, “Ashland celebrates return of 106th quarry team,” Superior Daily Telegram

2003, August 12, Article, “Welcome home 106th!” The Daily Press

2003, August 11, Article, “Coaster brook trout comes home,” The Daily Press

2003, August 11, Article, “Attorney Polich makes home in Washburn,” The Daily Press

2003, August 11, Article, “Chequamegon Bay Engineering,” The Daily Press

2003, August 7, Article, “Doyle’s northern office opens in Park Falls,” The Daily Press

2003, August 5, Article, “Seaplane dock available in Ashland,” The Daily Press

2003, August 1, Article, “Zebra mussels can’t take the cold,” The Daily Press

2003, August 1, Article, “Progress being made at Ashland railyard park,” The Daily Press

2003, July 31, Article, “Officials optimistic about wilderness,” The Daily Press

2003, July 30, Article, “Pottery inspired by area landscape,” The Daily Press

2003, July 30, Article, “DNR requested as lead agency at Superfund site,” The Daily Press

2003, July 30, Article, “City pursues feasibility study for public safety center,” The Daily Press

2003, July 30, Article, “Way of the Wolf,” The Daily Press

2003, July 30, Article (series), “Way of the Wolf,” The Daily Press

2003, July 29, Article, “Information about Lake Superior beaches,” The Daily Press

2003, July 28, Article, “Gifts, candy, ice cream available at Butternut store,” The Daily Press

2003, July 25, Article, “MMC glad to see rural hospital funds intact,” The Daily Press

2003, July 23, Article, “White perch found in Chequamegon Bay,” Duluth News-Tribune

2003, July 23, Article, “White perch found in Chequamegon Bay,” The Daily Press

2003, Summer, Article, “Logging the Old Fashioned Way,” Living Forest News

2003, July 22, Article, “Group seeks to turn deer yard to the dogs,” The Daily Press

2003, July, Article, “DePerry gets second term at Red Cliff,” Red Cliff News

2003, July 17, Article, “Bay Days features first fly-in,” The Daily Press

2003, July 17, Article, “Ashland Bay Days July 18-20,” The Daily Press

2003, July 16, Article, “Apostle Islands National Lakeshore seeks comments,” The Daily Press

2003, July 16, Article, “Ashland Council passes sign ordinance,” The Daily Press

2003, July 15, Article, “Artist brings color to St. Francis Church,” The Daily Press

2003, July 14, Article, “Pioneer Quilt Shop opens in Butternut,” The Daily Press

2003, July 14, Article, “Sign business offers large range of services,” The Daily Press

2003, July 14, Article, “Sanborn 30th annual Pioneer Days,” The Daily Press

2003, July 11, Article, “Kreher Park Superfund site focus of negotiations,” The Daily Press

2003, July 10, Article, “Fish farming facility loses out on funds,” The Daily Press

2003, July 10, Article, “Alliance seeks to provide a unified voice,” The Daily Press

2003, July 9, Article, “Veto to help the area, Jauch, Schnook say,” The Daily Press

2003, July 9, Article, “Superfund site concerns councilors,” The Daily Press

2003, July 8, Article, “Barksdale stream may be rerouted,” The Daily Press

2003, July 6, Article, “St. Claire street work to begin,” The Daily Press

2003, July 5, Article, “Ashland Business Alliance to meet,” The Daily Press

2003, July 3, Article, “Couple operates galleries in Bayfield and Oulu,” The Daily Press

2003, July 2, Article, “Sunken Moose comments sought,” The Daily Press

2003, July 1, Article, “LeBlanc comes home,” The Daily Press

2003, June 27, Article, “Ashland panel, churches talk about historic preservation,” The Daily Press

2003, June 27, Article, “Trawling on the Kiyi,” The Daily Press

2003, June 26, Article, “New Town Mart building gets approval,” The Daily Press

2003, June 26, Article, “Kiyi may have a new home after all,” The Daily Press

2003, June 26, Article, “St. Claire St. outfalls will be relocated,” The Daily Press

2003, June 25, Article, “Committee of the Whole places focus on signs,” The Daily Press

2003, June 25, Article, “FS extends management plan comment period,” The Daily Press

2003, June 25, Article, “Ashland allows borrowing up to $10 million for public purposes,” The Daily Press

2003, June 23, Article, “Counties mull resolution on Chequamegon-Nicolet plan,” The Daily Press

2003, June 23, Article, “Black Cat branches out with The Alley,” The Daily Press

2003, June 23, Article, “Rendezvous meets in Ashland,” The Daily Press

2003, June 23, Article, “Fun at the Pioneer Days game…” The Daily Press

2003, June 20, Article, “Forest Service Cayuga Project Area,” The Daily Press

2003, June 19, Article, “A look into the past,” The Daily Press

2003, June 14, Article, “Energy efficiency shines its light,” The Daily Press

2003, June 13, Article, “DNR reviews plans for Pikes Bay sanitary facility,” The Daily Press

2003, June 12, Article, “Fleming Co. layoffs affect grocers in the bay area,” The Daily Press

2003, June 12, Article, “Mainland offers quality clothing for men, women,” The Daily Press

2003, June 11, Article, “Draconian budget fix blasted at city council,” The Daily Press

2003, June 11, Article, “Council says no to changes in the sign ordinance,” The Daily Press

2003, June 10, Article, “In a day’s work: controlling sea lamprey,” The Daily Press

2003, June 6, Article, “Kiyi will stay in Ashland, keeps berth at oredock,” The Daily Press

2003, June 3, Article, “Ashland faces big hit in shared revenues,” The Daily Press

2003, June 2, Article, “AHS class of 2003 steps into the future,” The Daily Press

2003, May 30, Article, “Cleaning up at the top of the world,” The Daily Press

2003, May 29, Article, “Panel approves 3 large buildings,” The Daily Press

2003, May 29, Article, “Pole signs back on the carpet,” The Daily Press

2003, May 27, Article, “Fallen Americans remembered,” The Daily Press

2003, May 27, Article, “Northland College students reach a peak: Graduation,” The Daily Press

2003, May 27, Article, “Ashland’s Softlines, Inc. sews and ships lightweight lines,” The Daily Press

2003, May 26, Article, “Art inspiration provided by Bayfield’s Inspire,” The Daily Press

2003, May 22, Article, “Ashland may say farewell to research vessel Kiyi,” The Daily Press

2003, May 22, Article, “Of stones and glass,” The Daily Press

2003, May 21, Article, “Citizens attend CNNF plan open house,” The Daily Press

2003, May 20, Article, “FS seeks comments on changes to management of CNNF land,” The Daily Press

2003, May 9, Article, “City makes plan for shared revenue cuts,” The Daily Press

2003, May 8, Article, “City sets May 10-17 date for this year’s spring cleanup effort,” The Daily Press

2003, May 8, Article, “Ashland home fire results in heavy losses,” The Daily Press

2003, May 8, Article, “Moving forward with recycling,” The Daily Press

2003, May 7, Article, “Recycling laws not vigorously enforced,” The Daily Press

2003, May 1, Article, “Ashland panel mulls downtown construction guidelines,” The Daily Press

2003, April 30, Article, “$2 M in federal funds OK’d to buy forest land,” The Daily Press

2003, April 30, Article, “Ashland hears from student about railyard park,” The Daily Press

2003, April 25, Article, “Comprehensive plan for Ashland reviewed at open house,” The Daily Press

2003, April 23, Article, “SARS hits home for Smith in Beijing,” The Daily Press

2003, April 23, Article, “Ashland’s Smith shines during China sojourn,” The Daily Press

2003, April 22, Article, “Nelson charged with hit and run,” The Daily Press

2003, April 21, Article, “Comprehensive plan open house successful,” The Daily Press

2003, April 18, Article, “Washburn planning panel to work on lakefront proposals,” The Daily Press

2003, April 18, Article, “Lawmaker receives award,” The Daily Press

2003, April 16, Article, “Cormorant conundrum,” The Daily Press

2003, April 16, Article, “Ashland OK’s permanent plans for the ice angel,” The Daily Press

2003, April 9, Article, “DOA awards funding to Ashland Co. communities,” The Daily Press

2003, April 9, Article, “Barksdale residents ponder: who will be responsible for the water supply?” The Daily Press

2003, April 3, Article, “The Barksdale community quest for clean drinking water,” The Daily Press

2003, April 2, Article, “Ashland election brings four new faces to city council,” The Daily Press

2003, April 1, Article, “League holds recreational vehicles forum,” The Daily Press

2003, March 31, Article, “The Bayfield Inn soon to be premier property,” The Daily Press

2003, March 31, Article, “Noble Quest installs hardwood flooring,” The Daily Press

2003, March 31, Article, “Maderich is City of Ashland employee of the year,” The Daily Press

2003, March 29, Article, “Simple life suits Cornucopia book seller,” The Daily Press

2003, March 29, Article, “Patsy a Washburn fixture for 30 years,” The Daily Press

2003, March 29, Article, “Family remains touchpoint for Northland’s Kinnunen,” The Daily Press

2003, March 28, Article, “SMDC-Ashland cuts eight positions,” The Daily Press

2003, March 27, Article, “Quilts for the needy,” The Daily Press

2003, March 26, Article, “DNR samples Ashland lakefront sediments,” The Daily Press

2003, March 26, Article, “Paving contractor starts Ashland street repair,” The Daily Press

2003, March 26, Article, “Buckwheat hired as Ashland City Clerk,” The Daily Press

2003, March 25, Article, “Bad River Public Tribal Library receives Gates grant for public computer access,” The Daily Press

2003, March 19, Article, “Investigators, pathologist to discuss death of Cunningham,” The Daily Press

2003, March 19, Article, “Doyle OK’s grants for coastline protection,” The Daily Press

2003, March 19, Article, “Under whose wings will the ice angel fly?” The Daily Press

2003, March 18, Article, “Truck breaks through closed portion of ice road,” The Daily Press

2003, March 12, Article, “Whittlesey lives!” The Daily Press

2003, March 12, Article, “City complains about failing street pavement,” The Daily Press

2003, March 10, Article, “Community TV channel may come to Ashland,” The Daily Press

2003, March 10, Article, “Racers take to the frozen bay,” The Daily Press

2003, March 7, Article, “Council candidates share views at forum,” The Daily Press

2003, March 4, Article, “Sheriff’s Department narrows Cunningham case,” The Daily Press

2003, February 21, Article, “Historic preservation panel has churches on agenda,” The Daily Press

2003, February 18, Article, “Nesvold to ski in Birkie’s elite wave,” The Daily Press

2003, February 17, Article, “Massage for first-timers,” The Daily Press

2003, February 17, Article, “Smith Chiropractic Clinic moves to new location,” The Daily Press

2003, February 14, Article, “DOT, Ashland officials meet on future of U.S. Hwy 2,” The Daily Press

2003, February 14, Article, “Sidewalk system expansion considered,” The Daily Press

2003, February 13, Article, “Ashland resident celebrates centennial birthday,” The Daily Press

2003, February 12, Article, “Get ready to Book Across the Bay,” The Daily Press

2003, February 12, Article, “Ashland OK’s water, sewer hookup requirement,” The Daily Press

2003, February 7, Article, “Ashland Ellis Fire Station needs work,” The Daily Press

2003, February 6, Article, “Cunningham evidence still at crime lab,” The Daily Press

2003, February 5, Article, “Carol Larson steps down from city clerk post,” The Daily Press

2003, February 4, Article, “Ashland may relocate St. Claire St. outfalls,” The Daily Press

2003, February 1-2, Article, “Forest Service aided by area towns,” The Daily Press

2003, January 29, Article, “City Hall holds open house,” The Daily Press

2003, January 29, Article, “Properties with private wells, septic, grandfathered in,” The Daily Press

2003, January 27, Article, “Logging the old-fashioned way,” The Daily Press

2003, January 21, Article, “Community members join anti-war protest in D.C.,” The Daily Press

2003, January 17, Article, “Resources panel tightens goals and policies,” The Daily Press

2003, January 17, Article, “Wastewater system in Red Cliff upgraded,” The Daily Press

2003, January 16, Article, “Gourmet cuisine, casual atmosphere,” The Daily Press

2003, January 15, Article, “Cunningham accident to be reconstructed,” The Daily Press

2003, January 15, Article, “City panel to address requirements for utility hook-ups,” The Daily Press

2003, January 15, Article, “Pole signs sent back to planning commission,” The Daily Press

2003, January 15, Article, “Ashland historic preservation effort moves forward,” The Daily Press

2003, January 13, Article, “Butternut holds first winter festival,” The Daily Press

2003, January 11-12, Article, “Forest service to undertake road projects,” The Daily Press

2003, January 10, Article, “It’s all in the LED,” The Daily Press

2003, January 10, Article, “Ashland’s land use plan draft gets airing,” The Daily Press

2003, January 9, Article, “Ashland’s east side slated for road improvements,” The Daily Press

2003, January 8, Article, “44 Ashland homes may be required to hook up to city water and sewer,” The Daily Press

2003, January 8, Article, “Candidates finalize filing paperwork in Bay Area cities,” The Daily Press, with K. O’Brien

2003, January 7, Article, “Kovach says vehicle hit Cunningham,” The Daily Press

2003, January 6, Article, “Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest completes roads analysis report,” The Daily Press

2003, January 6, Article, “New Year’s baby delivered at MMC,” The Daily Press

2003, January 4-5, Article, “Suspects in Cunningham case are interviewed,” The Daily Press

2003, January 3, Article, “Questions surround death of Ashland man,” The Daily Press

2003, January 2, Article, “Resolutions,” The Daily Press

2003, January 2, Article, “Ashland man dies after being found on Madeline Island road,” The Daily Press

2002, December 31, Article, “Bay area art show coming in February; Exhibit has new name,” The Daily Press

2002, December 28-29, Article, “Groundbreaking at Ashland’s AmericInn,” The Daily Press

2002, December 26, Article, “Man arrested in connection with mail theft,” The Daily Press

2002, December 24, Article, “’Twas the day before Christmas,” The Daily Press

2002, December 23, Article, “Mounts become art at Silver Brook,” The Daily Press

2002, December 21-22, Article, “Washburn Ambulance Service seeks volunteers,” The Daily Press

2002, December 20, Article, “Focus on Energy lights way into 2003,” The Daily Press

2002, December 20, Article, “Planning panel OK’s pole sign rule changes,” The Daily Press

2002, December 18, Article, “Mason man injured when hit by train in Rothschild,” The Daily Press

2002, December 17, Article, “AHS to offer 6 new courses next year,” The Daily Press

2002, December 16, Article, “Hillmor has new owner,” The Daily Press

2002, December 16, Article, “Bird count falls far short of last year’s numbers,” The Daily Press

2002, December 16, Article, “The Inn at Timber Cove a peaceful overnight,” The Daily Press

2002, December 13, Article, “Sing-along Messiah to raise funds for Ashland’s New Day Shelter,” The Daily Press

2002, December 13, Article, “Tim Brown Construction builds handcrafted homes,” The Daily Press

2002, December 12, Article, “A chance to forego some state mandates,” THE-BEE

2002, December 12, Article, “Ellis Avenue, Binsfield Rd. plans are in the works,” The Daily Press

2002, December 12, Article, “Public asked for input on DNR beach monitoring plan,” The Daily Press

2002, December 11, Article, “Ashland employees to pay more for insurance,” The Daily Press

2002, December 5, Article, “Pleasant View cuts influenced by Medicaid underfunding,” THE-BEE

2002, December 5, Article, “Ward 8 alderperson Harnisch won’t run for re-election,” The Daily Press

2002, December 5, Article, “Board to review Ashland’s tree plan,” The Daily Press

2002, December 4, Article, “Ashland City Council sets $2.6 million levy,” The Daily Press

2002, November 22, Opinion, “Accessing public information and public information access,” THE-BEE

2002, November 21, Article, “Committee approves Hill and Worcester zoning opt-out,” THE-BEE

2002, November 21, Article, “Price County had three fatal traffic crashes in 2001,” THE-BEE

2002, November 21, Article, “Be considerate about snow and winter parking,” THE-BEE

2002, November 15, Article, “Iron County jurors to decide Troyer’s fate,” The Daily Press

2002, November 14, Article, “Phillips could ask for sheriff’s department coverage,” THE-BEE

2002, November 14, Article, “Fuhr to take DA spot in January,” THE-BEE

2002, November 14, Article, “Two men guilty of theft, damaging property,” THE-BEE

2002, November 14, Article, “Veterans honored at Price County ceremony,” THE-BEE

2002, November 14, Article, “Phillips has $452,000 budget deficit,” THE-BEE

2002, November 7, Article, “Democrats fare well in Price County elections,” The Daily Press

2002, November 7, Article, “Williams to Assembly, Decker holds Senate seat,” The Daily Press

2002, November 7, Article, “State announces emergency transportation declaration,” THE-BEE

2002, November 7, Article, “More clearinghouse refunds given to county residents,” THE-BEE

2002, November 7, Article, “Conservation funds aren’t being used, county could lose out on money,” THE-BEE

2002, November 7, Article, “County SmartGrowth employee may start working in January,” THE-BEE

2002, November 6, Article, “Price County races too close to call,” The Daily Press

2002, October 31, Article, “Committee wants program assistant for project,” THE-BEE

2002, October 31, Article, “Obey mourns Wellstone’s death,” THE-BEE

2002, October 31, Article, “Non-partisan attorney’s association supports Schilling’s ruling appeal,” THE-BEE

2002, October 25, Article, “Ashland businessman to go to trial in Price Co.,” The Daily Press

2002, October 24, Article, “Towns wait for signatures, board approval,” THE-BEE

2002, October 24, Article, “Sheriff’s department to close meeting investigation,” THE-BEE

2002, October 24, Article, “Appeals court won’t reconsider,” THE-BEE

2002, October 24, Article, “Sheriff’s department to close meeting investigation,” THE-BEE

2002, October 24, Article, “Towns wait for signatures, board approval,” THE-BEE

2002, October 24, Article, “City attorney will now be an appointed position,” THE-BEE

2002, October 24, Article, “Catawba, Kennan, Georgetown prepare for final steps to opt out of county zoning,” The Park Falls Herald

2002, October 24, Article, “Sheriff’s department closing investigation on meeting,” The Park Falls Herald

2002, October 18, Article, “Marinko to remain in jail,” The Daily Press

2002, October 17, Article, “Committee requests funding for the county’s Smith Lake Park project,” THE-BEE

2002, October 17, Article, “Meeting complaint filed in Phillips,” THE-BEE

2002, October 17, Article, “Marinko stays in prison,” THE-BEE

2002, October 17, Article, “License suspension may be reconsidered,” THE-BEE

2002, October 17, Article, “Stolen vehicle recovered on State Hwy 70,” THE-BEE

2002, October 17, Article, “So, how was fall harvest fest? A success!” THE-BEE

2002, October 10, Article, “Waste and stormwater are possible treatment plant culprits,” THE-BEE

2002, October 10, Article, “District to review social studies curriculum,” THE-BEE

2002, October 10, Article, “Kardas to run as write-in for sheriff,” THE-BEE

2002, October 10, Article, “License remains suspended after appeals court decision,” THE-BEE

2002, October 10, Article, “Transportation project proposals could leave out Price County,” THE-BEE

2002, October 10, Article, “Schools may receive grants to visit concrete park,” THE-BEE

2002, October 10, Article, “Districts’ enrollments decline,” THE-BEE, with C. Peterson

2002, October 10, Article, “Complaint after Marinko’s hearing spurred private reprimand,” THE-BEE

2002, October 3, Article, “Attorney position discussed by council,” THE-BEE

2002, October 3, Article, “Area hunters participate in hunting class,” THE-BEE

2002, October 3, Article, “Take precautions when cutting and processing your deer,” THE-BEE

2002, October 3, Article, “School districts must ‘leave no child behind,’” THE-BEE

2002, October 3, Article, “Candidate Edming visits Phillips,” THE-BEE

2002, October 3, Article, “Child dies in barnyard accident,” THE-BEE

2002, October 3, Article, “Full-day Price County forest tour held Sept. 26,” THE-BEE

2002, October 3, Article, “Emergency plan development slow,” THE-BEE

2002, October 3, Article, “McCallum rides county ATV trails,” THE-BEE

2002, September 26, Article, “CWD information session gives hunters some answers,” THE-BEE

2002, September 26, Article, “County and towns discuss zoning ‘opt out’ process,” THE-BEE

2002, September 26, Article, “Price County land sold to Plum Creek Timber Company, Inc.,” THE-BEE

2002, September 26, Article, “Towns, wanting to opt out, are writing own ordinances,” THE-BEE

2002, September 19, Article, “Phillips Common Council to file community grant application,” THE-BEE

2002, September 19, Article, “Forestry department receives conditional use permit,” THE-BEE

2002, September 19, Article, “Heath is allowed to have contact with minors,” THE-BEE

2002, September 19, Article, “Prentice flags stolen,” THE-BEE

2002, September 13, Article, “Troyer faces 106 counts of videotaping people nude without consent,” The Daily Press

2002, September 12, Article, “Phillips Public Library receives $14,000 grant,” THE-BEE

2002, September 12, Article, “Reorganization committee makes action plan,” THE-BEE

2002, September 12, Article, “County won’t appeal Alexanders’ permanent easement,” THE-BEE

2002, September 12, Article, “Some non-bargaining county employees may receive back pay,” THE-BEE

2002, September 12, Article, “Smoke-free city property ordinance to be developed,” THE-BEE

2002, September 12, Article, “Phillips resident shares impressions of Ladysmith aftermath,” THE-BEE

2002, September 5, Article, “American Legion holds 87th district assembly candidates forum,” THE-BEE

2002, September 5, Article, “Price County aids Ladysmith after storm,” THE-BEE

2002, September 5, Article, “Complaints filed in connection with burglaries in town of Flambeau,” The Park Falls Herald

2002, September 5, Article, “County loses Alexander access lawsuit,” THE-BEE

2002, August 29, “County board adopts policy to control checking accounts,” THE-BEE

2002, August 29, “Hospital to receive radio equipment,” THE-BEE

2002, August 29, “Committee votes to freeze levy,” THE-BEE

2002, August 29, “American Legion sponsors sheriff’s forum,” THE-BEE

2002, August 29, “Prentice airport improvements made,” THE-BEE

2002, August 29, “County board adopts policy to control checking accounts,” The Park Falls Herald

2002, August 29, “Flambeau Hospital to receive radio equipment for 911 dispatch,” The Park Falls Herald

2002, August 28, “Phillips School District, former principal settle,” The Daily Press

2002, August 22, “Heath looking for deletion of probation conditions,” THE-BEE

2002, August 22, “Prentice Board of Education reviews test results,” THE-BEE

2002, August 22, “Invasive lake weeds are growing in Phillips Chain O’Lakes,” THE-BEE

2002, August 22, “Where is the $500,000 going to be spent?” THE-BEE

2002, August 22, “Reorganization committee looks at process,” THE-BEE

2002, August 15, “Heath gets three years probation, community service,” THE-BEE

2002, August 15, “Concrete Park celebration a success,” THE-BEE

2002, August 15, “Environmental lawsuit settled with Phillips Plastics,” THE-BEE

2002, August 15, “Deer sampling for CWD to happen in Price County,” THE-BEE

2002, August 15, “Smash and crash!  It’s demo derby time,” THE-BEE

2002, August 9, “Former Phillips principal Heath gets 3 years probation, community service,” The Daily Press

2002, August 8, “Price County DA given private reprimand,” The Daily Press

2002, August 8, “Development of Smith Lake County Park to begin soon,” The Park Falls Herald

2002, August 8, “Heath resigns from Phillips School District,” THE-BEE

2002, August 8, Article, “Maintenance projects approved for safety building,” THE-BEE

2002, August 8, Article, “Reorganization committee hears from other counties,” THE-BEE

2002, August 8, Article, “Obey: Don’t privatize Social Security,” THE-BEE

2002, August 8, Article, “Obey: Don’t privatize Social Security,” The Daily Press

2002, August 6, Article, “Phillips principal resigns,” The Daily Press

2002, August 1, Article, “County to begin development of Smith Lake Park,” THE-BEE

2002, August 1, Article, “County resident receives questionable mail,” THE-BEE

2002, August 1, Article, “County examines possibility of reorganization,” THE-BEE

2002, August 1, Article, “Heath may be sentenced on August 8,” THE-BEE

2002, August 1, Article, “Blomberg to be town of Ogema supervisor,” THE-BEE

2002, August 1, Article, “Prentice referendum gets YES vote,” THE-BEE

2002, July 30, Article, “Heath may be sentenced at hearing set for August 8,” The Daily Press

2002, July 25, Article, “District budget set at annual meeting,” THE-BEE

2002, July 25, Article, “Reynolds running free and clear on primary ticket,” THE-BEE

2002, July 25, Article, “Towns of Kennan, Catawba, Ogema and Georgetown enact zoning moratoriums,” THE-BEE

2002, July 25, Article, “Northwoods Players Dinner Theatre draws big crowd,” THE-BEE

2002, July 25, Article, “Jail spending limit may be set in joint county meeting,” THE-BEE

2002, July 18, Article, “Phillips summer school was a success,” THE-BEE

2002, July 18, Article, “Gravel pits and game farms permitted by zoning committee,” THE-BEE

2002, July 11, Article, “Strobl guilty of three natural resources violations,” THE-BEE

2002, July 11, Article, “Hiring of public health nurse dependent on lift of county hiring freeze,” THE-BEE

2002, July 11, Article, “Steffen mailed illegal referendum fliers,” THE-BEE

2002, July 11, Article, “Heath’s trial to be held in Iron County,” THE-BEE

2002, July 3, Article, “Blomberg and Lucht on July 23 Ogema ballot,” THE-BEE

2002, July 3, Article, “Seniors: beware of scam artists,” THE-BEE

2002, July 3, Article, “Satterwhite and Lasee will be new Phillips city councilors,” THE-BEE

2002, July 3, Article, “Strobl guilty of possession of bear carcass,” The Daily Press

2002, July 3, Article, “Heath’s trial to be held in Iron County,” The Daily Press

2002, July 3, Article, “Towns of Elk, Catawba and Worcester may conduct general zoning,” THE-BEE

2002, June 27, Article, “Cahoon starts new siding business in Kennan,” THE-BEE

2002, June 27, Article, “Price County board addresses reorganization and budget for 2003,” THE-BEE

2002, June 27, Article, “County board accepts jail recommendations,” The Park Falls Herald

2002, June 27, Article, “Bracelets debated at law enforcement meeting,” THE-BEE

2002, June 27, Article, “Group settles on Michigan site,” THE-BEE

2002, June 27, Article, “Law enforcement committee discusses possibility of using electronic monitoring,” THE-BEE

2002, June 27, Article, “Coddington appointed to county board position,” THE-BEE

2002, June 20, Article, “Full county board accepts ad hoc recommendations for county jail,” THE-BEE

2002, June 20, Article, “Phillips Board of Education increases fees,” THE-BEE

2002, June 20, Article, “Tobacco coalition tests Price County business compliance,” THE-BEE

2002, June 20, Article, “Board accepts jail recommendations,” The Park Falls Herald

2002, June 20, Article, “Czech Fest has good turnout,” THE-BEE

2002, June 14, Article, “Boho appointed to Phillips mayoral seat,” The Daily Press

2002, June 13, Article, “Listening for frogs and toads near Butternut Lake,” THE-BEE

2002, June 13, Article, “Personnel committee authorizes filling law enforcement positions,” THE-BEE

2002, June 13, Article, “Two hunting violation cases heard in county court,” THE-BEE

2002, June 13, Article, “Tolbert resigns from Phillips Common Council,” THE-BEE

2002, June 13, Article, “Boho appointed to Phillips mayoral seat,” THE-BEE

2002, June 6, Article, “Phillips holds philosophy committee meeting,” THE-BEE

2002, June 6, Article, “Phillips police officer retires after 20 years,” THE-BEE

2002, June 6, Article, “Steffen resigns from his seat on the town of Ogema board,” THE-BEE

2002, June 6, Article, “Steering committee says ATV trail should avoid ruffed grouse area,” THE-BEE

2002, June 6, Article, “Jail diversion programs discussed by ad hoc committee; group yet to develop jail recommendation,” The Park Falls Herald

2002, June 6, Article, “Steering committee says ATVs should avoid grouse area; recommendation to be forwarded to county forestry committee,” The Park Falls Herald

2002, June 6, Article, “Schroeder resigns from county board position,” THE-BEE

2002, June 6, Article, “District 3 supervisor resigns from county board,” The Park Falls Herald

2002, June 6, Article, “Jail diversion programs discussed by committee,” THE-BEE

2002, June 3, Article, “MarquipWard to acquire United Container Machinery, Inc.,” The Daily Press

2002, May 30, Article, “MarquipWard to acquire United Container Machinery, Inc.,” THE-BEE

2002, May 30, Article, “It’s the end of the beginning for PHS seniors,” THE-BEE

2002, May 30, Article, “Jail recommendation may be forwarded to full county board,” THE-BEE

2002, May 24, Article, “Phillips Mayor Corcilius resigns,” The Daily Press

2002, May 24, Article, “Rainbow Family to hold area gathering this summer,” The Daily Press

2002, May 23, Article, “Bonke and Stahnke accused of southern Price County burglaries,” THE-BEE

2002, May 23, Article, “Cooperation is key to retaining community businesses, shows study,” THE-BEE

2002, May 23, Article, “Inmate capacity questioned by law enforcement committee,” THE-BEE

2002, May 23, Article, “Corcilius resigns from Phillips mayoral position,” THE-BEE

2002, May 23, Article, “Equipment, project spending given go-ahead,” THE-BEE

2002, May 23, Article, “Phillips Elementary School will use Everyday Math in some second- and third-grade classes,” THE-BEE

2002, May 23, Article, “Executive/finance committee OK’s spending for equipment, grant projects,” The Park Falls Herald

2002, May 23, Article, “Decker says educational funding needs to change,” THE-BEE

2002, May 23, Article, “Rainbow Family to hold area gathering this summer,” THE-BEE

2002, May 16, Article, “Phillips Middle School philosophy under scrutiny,” THE-BEE

2002, May 16, Article, “Phillips Industrial Development Corporation assists businesses,” THE-BEE

2002, May 16, Article, “Lawsuit filed by state against Phillips business,” THE-BEE

2002, May 16, Article, “Forestry committee approves timber sales,” THE-BEE

2002, May 16, Article, “Dear Phillips residents: prepare to clean up,” THE-BEE

2002, May 16, Article, “Zoning committee dismisses two cell tower permit applications,” THE-BEE

2002, May 16, Article, “To close Ogema Elementary School or not,” THE-BEE

2002, May 16, Article, “Amended criminal complaint filed,” The Park Falls Herald

2002, May 15, Article, “Troyer has initial appearance in Price County court,” The Daily Press

2002, May 9, Article, “Heath to be suspended without pay,” THE-BEE

2002, May 9, Article, “Eco-Trek held at Solberg Lake County Park,” THE-BEE

2002, May 9, Article, “Looking at the census data: How does Price County fare?” THE-BEE

2002, May 9, Article, “Oil lamp possibly caused Brantwood fire,” THE-BEE

2002, May 9, Article, “Supervisor’s disorderly conduct prosecution unwarranted,” THE-BEE

2002, May 9, Article, “Prentice Municipal Airport to receive $650,000,” THE-BEE

2002, May 9, Article, “Phosphorus levels in Phillips Wastewater Treatment Plant still high,” THE-BEE

2002, May 9, Article, “Park Falls man accused of video taping in tanning booths,” THE-BEE

2002, May 4-5, Article, “Park Falls man accused of taping women in tanning booth,” The Daily Press

2002, May 2, Article, “Forum held for proposed Holy Cross ATV trail,” THE-BEE

2002, May 2, Article, “An issue of safety: county may repair Prentice Dam,” THE-BEE

2002, May 2, Article, “PCDA evaluates county’s economic strengths and weaknesses,” THE-BEE

2002, May 2, Article, “Facility maintenance discussed by Phillips Board of Education,” THE-BEE

2002, May 2, Article, “County board members receive committee assignments,” THE-BEE

2002, April 25, Article, “Local priests speak out about national scandal,” THE-BEE

2002, April 25, Article, “Prentice Board of Education approves layoffs,” THE-BEE

2002, April 25, Article, “Students participate in county government day,” The Park Falls Herald

2002, April 25, Article, “First Price County turkey registered,” THE-BEE

2002, April 25, Article, “Phillips Common Council has new members,” THE-BEE

2002, April 25, Article, “Feyen drowns in Warner Lake,” THE-BEE

2002, April 25, Article, “Price County’s economic downturn spurred creation of long-range economic plan,” THE-BEE

2002, April 25, Article, “Alexander takes seat on Price County Board,” The Park Falls Herald

2002, April 25, Article, “Fahl says he’s eager to work for the city,” THE-BEE

2002, April 25, Article, “Boho ready to serve full-term as city councilor,” THE-BEE

2002, April 25, Article, “Tolbert to represent Phillips Wards 1 and 2,” THE-BEE

2002, April 25, Article, “Namtzu to chair public works committee,” THE-BEE

2002, April 23, Article, “Drowned man in Price County had checkered past,” The Daily Press

2002, April 18, Article, “Town of Elk holds 90th annual meeting,” THE-BEE

2002, April 18, Article, “Complaint filed against town supervisor,” THE-BEE

2002, April 18, Article, “Students participate in County Government day,” THE-BEE

2002, April 18, Article, “Drugs stolen from veterinary clinic,” THE-BEE

2002, April 18, Article, “Price County Board passes resolution to address zoning concerns,” THE-BEE

2002, April 18, Article, “Zoning addresses land divisions, rezoning, fees,” THE-BEE

2002, April 18, Article, “Town of Catawba discusses SmartGrowth, ATVs,” THE-BEE

2002, April 18, Article, “Corcilius plans for term,” THE-BEE

2002, April 18, Article, “Doyle wants to be Wisconsin’s governor,” THE-BEE

2002, April 18, Article, “Garden Notes,” THE-BEE

2002, April 11, Article, “Questions raised about Ogema town hall project authorization,” THE-BEE

2002, April 11, Article, “Spring wild turkey hunt to begin April 10,” THE-BEE

2002, April 11, Article, “Price County Personnel Committee reviews issues,” THE-BEE

2002, April 11, Article, “Town of Worcester moves on after referendum,” THE-BEE

2002, April 11, Article, “Cabins burglarized in town of Flambeau,” THE-BEE

2002, April 11, Article, “Solberg area ATV trail to receive public comment,” THE-BEE

2002, April 11, Article, “Steventon and Sutton petition for recounts,” THE-BEE

2002, April 10, Article, “Heath pleads not guilty to charges,” The Daily Press

2002, April 4, Article, “Phillips to conduct housing survey,” THE-BEE

2002, April 4, Article, “Union information distributed to Marquip employees,” THE-BEE

2002, April 4, Article, “Town of Kennan discusses opening public roads to ATVs,” THE-BEE

2002, April 4, Article, “Heath pleads not guilty to charges,” THE-BEE

2002, April, Article, “Knox Creek Heritage Center houses county history,” THE-BEE

2002, March 29, Article, “Price County Jail is first in state to use Telemedicine,” THE-BEE

2002, March 28, Article, “Timber sales in Price County: How do they work?” THE-BEE

2002, March 28, Article, “Kennan Post Office may renovate or relocate,” THE-BEE

2002, March 28, Article, “Alexander to run as write-in against Pieper,” THE-BEE

2002, March 28, Article, “Funding is grim issue in Prentice School District,” THE-BEE

2002, March 28, Article, “Ogema Town Board supervisor asked to step down,” THE-BEE

2002, March 28, Article, “County jail is first in state to use Telemedicine,” THE-BEE

2002, March 28, Article, “One injured in snowmobiling accident,” THE-BEE

2002, March 21, Article, “Election: April 2002,” THE-BEE

2002, March 21, Article, “Phillips and Catawba middle schools to have new math curriculum,” THE-BEE

2002, March 21, Article, “Phillips School District to lose five employees,” THE-BEE

2002, March 21, Article, “City purchases property for downtown parking lot,” THE-BEE

2002, March 14, Article, “Phillips district to cut a third-grade section,” THE-BEE

2002, March 14, Article, “Meyers presents to UW-Madison Alumni Club,” THE-BEE

2002, March 14, Article, “Disorderly conduct under investigation,” THE-BEE

2002, March 14, Article, “Litigation against zoning to be pursued by towns,” THE-BEE

2002, March 14, Article, “Holding tanks: A look at Price County’s zoning policy,” THE-BEE

2002, March 7, Article, “The cold didn’t stop the Timms Hill trudge,” THE-BEE

2002, March 7, Article, “Marquip to become MarquipWard after merger,” THE-BEE

2002, March 7, Article, “Selective Service seeks candidates for local board,” THE-BEE

2002, March 7, Article, “Byhre Dam emergency and inspection plans in the works,” THE-BEE

2002, February 28, Article, “County covers zoning, airport, and lake management,” THE-BEE

2002, February 28, Article, “Phillips Plastics layoffs may transfer people to Phillips,” THE-BEE

2002, February 28, Article, “Child support agency receives state award,” THE-BEE

2002, February 28, Article, “Twelve powerlifters head to state March 8-9,” THE-BEE

2002, February 28, Article, “Two charged with burglarizing Bader’s Store,” THE-BEE

2002, February 28, Article, “One injured in snowmobiling accident,” THE-BEE

2002, February 28, Article, “Complaint filed against county supervisor,” THE-BEE

2002, February 28, Article, “Area Birkebeiner participants finished the race,” THE-BEE

2002, February 28, Article, “Awards given to Shibilski, Brumley and Pace,” THE-BEE

2002, February 28, Article, “County departments to begin to feel spending freezes,” THE-BEE

2002, February 21, Article, “Drumming on Lake Duroy,” THE-BEE

2002, February 21, Article, “Price County burglary investigation continues,” THE-BEE

2002, February 21, Article, “Towns resolve to pursue litigation against county,” THE-BEE

2002, February 21, Article, “Area skiers will head to Birkebeiner,” THE-BEE

2002, February 21, Article, “Phillips powerlifters pull their way to state,” THE-BEE

2002, February 14, Article, “County zoning to be discussed at March town meetings,” THE-BEE

2002, February 14, Article, “T-zone debate complicated by varied opinions,” THE-BEE

2002, February 14, Article, “Heritage House apartments near completion of phase one,” THE-BEE

2002, February 14, Article, “Burglars could be from Taylor County,” THE-BEE

2002, February 14, Article, “One injured while hunting,” THE-BEE

2002, February 9, Article, “T-zone debate focuses on recreation conflicts,” The Daily Press

2002, February 7, Article, “$7.75 million could put district under one roof,” THE-BEE

2002, February 7, Article, “Time to choose a mayor: Phillips candidates speak out,” THE-BEE

2002, February 7, Article, “Lake development,” The Park Falls Herald

2002, February 7, Article, “Byhre Lake bought by Secluded Land Co.,” THE-BEE

2002, February 7, Article, “Eurasian watermilfoil found in Duroy Lake,” THE-BEE

2002, January 31, Article, “McCallum’s budget proposal affects Price County,” THE-BEE

2002, January 31, Article, “Asking the “what ifs”: planning for disaster,” THE-BEE

2002, January 31, Article, “Defendants pled no contest to hunting violations,” THE-BEE

2002, January 31, Article, “Burglary, vandalism spree hits 16 county businesses,” THE-BEE

2002, January 31, Article, “Sheriff’s Department employees want to be heard; want concerns addressed,” The Park Falls Herald

2002, January 29, Article, “Defendants plead no contest to hunting violations in Price County Circuit Court,” The Daily Press

2002, January 24, Article, “Prentice Board of Education reviews preliminary budget,” THE-BEE

2002, January 24, Article, “Issues raised at law enforcement meeting,” THE-BEE

2002, January 24, Article, “Douglas Creek snowmobile bridge open,” THE-BEE

2002, January 24, Article, “Board votes to close Kennan Elementary School,” THE-BEE

2002, January 17, Article, “Ogema lift station in need of overhaul,” THE-BEE

2002, January 17, Article, “Local emergency plan in the works,” THE-BEE

2002, January 17, Article, “HAZMAT team responds to Ogema fire,” THE-BEE

2002, January 17, Article, “Weekend brings spurt of vehicle accidents,” THE-BEE

2002, January 10, Article, “Kennan Elementary School coming into focus,” THE-BEE

2002, January 10, Article, “One injured in snowmobile accident,” THE-BEE

2002, January 10, Article, “Marquip, LLC could obtain Title V permit,” THE-BEE

2002, January 10, Article, “Pedestrian and window hit by vehicle in Phillips,” THE-BEE

2002, January 10, Article, “Airport expansion leaves some with questions,” THE-BEE

2002, January 3, Article, “Executive/finance committee works to tie up loose ends,” The Park Falls Herald

2002, January 3, Article, “Van rolls over near Prentice,” THE-BEE

2002, January 3, Article, “Odds and ends discussed at county finance committee meeting,” THE-BEE

2002, January 3, Article, “Think safety on the ice,” THE-BEE

2002, January 3, Article, “After-the-fact permits may be issued to Marquip, LLC,” THE-BEE

2002, January 3, Article, “Two Brantwood residents injured in Taylor County crash,” THE-BEE

2001, December 27, Article, “The Lord of the Rings opens in Phillips,” THE-BEE

2001, December 27, Article, “Human Services budget to come out ahead,” THE-BEE

2001, December 27, Article, “Towns and common council agree on fire contracts,” THE-BEE

2001, December 27, Article, “Law enforcement committee accepts bids for sheriff’s department vehicles,” The Park Falls Herald

2001, December 27, Article, “Bleck convicted of bear gall bladder trafficking,” THE-BEE

2001, December 21, Article, “Ogema man convicted of bear gall bladder trafficking,” The Daily Press

2001, December 20, Article, “Intersection upgrades recommended for county,” THE-BEE

2001, December 20, Article, “5-4 vote keeps Kennan Elementary School open,” THE-BEE

2001, December 20, Article, “Biewer Sawmill catches fire,” THE-BEE

2001, December 20, Article, “Price County zoning committee issues conditional use permits,” THE-BEE

2001, December 20, Article, “Defendant pleads no contest to killing wolf,” THE-BEE

2001, December 20, Article, “Rollover victim flown to Marshfield,” THE-BEE

2001, December 20, Article, “Fire contracts scrutinized by towns,” THE-BEE

 2001, December 20, Article, “County zoning committee issues conditional use permits for town of Fifield businesses,” The Park Falls Herald

2001, December 19, Article, “Defendant pleads no contest to killing wolf in Price County,” The Daily Press

2001, December 13, Article, “1 injured in Price County rollover accident,” The Daily Press

2001, December 5, Article, “Santa Claus’ arrival hails start of holiday season for Bayfield,” The Daily Press

2001, November 22, Article, “Northland College’s Van Evera Lecture speaker talks of Environmental Politics for future,” The County Journal

2001, November 21, Article, “Area medical units ready for anthrax emergency,” The Daily Press

2001, November 19, Article, “Telling stories helps us overcome disaster,” The Daily Press

2001, November 17-18, Article, “Bayfield school, Head Start form unique partnership,” The Daily Press

2001, November 5, Article, “Fore ‘N Aft adds off-sale business with Likker Shack,” The Daily Press

2001, October 22, Article, “Blue Kazoo and Blue Horizons Café brighten Bayfield scene,” The Daily Press

2000, August, Article, “Bill Donohue,” Internview, Rodale Inc. newsletter

2000, August, Article, “Colleen Clark,” Internview, Rodale Inc. newsletter

2000, April, Article, “New student publication has deep roots,” Environmental Studies Newsletter, Macalester College

1999, October, Article, “Macalester sends representatives to COOL conference in Utah,” Issues Into Action, Macalester College

1999, Spring, Article, “Getting to know urban lands,” The Eco Educator, Eco Education

1999, Spring, Article, “An environmental reading plan for summer!,” The Eco Educator, Eco Education, with A. Day

1999, May 7, Article, “Meadowlark prints first issue this week,” The Mac Weekly, Macalester College, with A. Miller

1996, June 20, Article, “Kayak club ready to paddle,” The County Journal, Murphy McGinnis Media

1996, June 20, Article, “Kayak club ready to paddle,” The County Journal, Ashland Publications

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