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 By Bryan Hellios    News    May 25, 2019

Wakefield-Marenisco grads ready to write new chapter

WAKEFIELD - The Wakefield-Marenisco High School class of 2019 threw their graduation caps in the air friday, signifying an end to a chapter in their lives. Before the class celebrated their...

 
 By Bryan Hellios    News    May 21, 2019

Hurley school board praises retiring Patritto

HURLEY - The Hurley K-12 School Board and community members gave retiring superintendent Chris Patritto a round of applause at Monday's board meeting "Every challenge our board has given Chris...

 
 By Bryan Hellios    News    May 13, 2019

Friends of Iron Belle Trail host Mother's Day walk

IRONWOOD - Friends of the Iron Belle Trail turned the pavilion at Ironwood Depot Park into a desert smorgasbord for their annual Mother's Day Walk, Run & Roll on Sunday. The group of volunteers he...

 
 By Bryan Hellios    News    May 13, 2019

14th annual Nasi Memorial Run promotes healthy activities

HURLEY - The 14th annual Brian Nasi Memorial Heart run/walk took place on Saturday at the Hurley K-12 school. Ginger Nasi, widow of Brian, founded the event to create awareness of heart disease and pr...

 
 By Bryan Hellios    News    April 1, 2019

HIT studies mission

IRONWOOD - The Historic Ironwood Theatre hosted a strategic planning session on Thursday to define the theater's place in the community and shape its future. Amy Quinn, president and CEO of Grow and...

 
 By Bryan Hellios    News    March 2, 2019

Aspirus brings in extra doctor help through telehealth

IRONWOOD — Aspirus Hospital in Ironwood is using remote technology to offer patients expanded access to physicians. David Sim, manager of marketing and public relations for Aspirus, said it’s not always easy for the hospital to find enough... Full story

 
 By Bryan Hellios    News    March 2, 2019

Community dinner brings people together

IRONWOOD — Wesley United Methodist Church kicked off the first Friday of March by offering a free community dinner. Head trustee for the church Ronald Ahonen said the church has cooked Christmas dinners for the neighborhood in the past, but has nev... Full story

 
 By Bryan Hellios    News    February 2, 2019

Mercer residents join to reminisce, catalog memories

MERCER, Wis. - The Mercer Public Library and Mercer Historical Society joined together to host their second "Mercer Memory" event on Friday. Life-long Mercer resident Peg Brunner shared stories of...

 

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