The Northern Bay Condos in the town of Strongs Prairie are destroyed.
Klondike Days gives people a reason to flock to the Northwoods with living lessons in local history and outdoor competitions.
February is a very important month for two diverse cultures. On Sunday evening, students at UW-Stevens Point got an eye-opening look at two celebrations that mean a lot to both those cultures.
The Boys and Girls Club in Wisconsin Rapids put on "Wazeecha Winterfest" on Saturday to help raise money for some of its programs.
Who says you have to travel the whole world to experience it? You could've seen many parts of it right here in North Central Wisconsin on Saturday.
Local Rotary Clubs are celebrating 100 years of service.
The top middle school spellers in Central Wisconsin compete on stage for a spot at State.
The school that will put children of different ages in same classroom is scheduled to open next fall.
Officials say an engine heater sparked a blaze that destroyed the Lac du Flambeau business.
The death of Dennis Manke Wednesday brings the toll for the 04-05 snowmobile season to 20.
Information about Saturday's Healing Expo.
Without communication we may never have remembered Dr. Martin Luther King's immortal words or learned Helen Keller's struggle to overcome her disabilities.
It can increase your profits, improve your customer service and save you money.
Microsoft says the cord to the X-Box video game poses a fire hazard. The company is recalled 14,000,000 of them.
Wausau West High School teacher and coach Mitchell King waived his right to a preliminary hearing Thursday (2/17/05). His attorney says he will plead not guilty.
Information for "Once Upon A Mattress" show.