Bill Kirk was editor of the Pierce County Herald in Ellsworth, from 1988 to February, 2015 and is now on staff as a reporter. He holds a bachelors degree in journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. He previously worked in the media distribution department at the University of Minnesota's Minneapolis campus and is past editor of The Tri-County News in Osseo, Wisconsin.
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PRESCOTT -- Another levy override referendum to be held during a special election on Wednesday, May 25, was approved by the Prescott School Board meeting in special session early last...
ELLSWORTH -- When people meet Frank During, his being an American citizen is probably the last way they’d describe him.
ELLSWORTH -- Deb Ristow could have been a nurse. After all, Ristow attended nursing school when she was in college, though she never got a nursing degree. Her career path...
SPRING VALLEY/ELMWOOD -- Encouragement from others led Guy Bergenthal to the ministry.
PLUM CITY - A Plum City High School senior has been honored for his exemplary volunteer service with a President’s Volunteer Service Award. Linkon Foley, age 17, Maiden Rock, said...
ELLSWORTH - Not the traditional well-known fairy tales but a consolidated version harking back to their origins is promised by “The Brothers Grimm Spectaculation!”, a two-act play opening at Ellsworth High School Thursday, March 17.
ELLSWORTH -- A-B-C-D may be the start of the alphabet students learn and use in school, but for one night only at Ellsworth High School, those letters stand for “Athletic Action Benefiting a Charity through Dodgeball.” This spring’s Ellsworth Community Charity Dodgeball Tournament will take to the floor in EHS’ new gym next Tuesday from 6-to-9 p.m.
More therapists and more students receiving their services can be found in Ellsworth schools these days. This is especially true in the elementary schools, Prairie View Principal and Special Education...
A four-year facility plan, along with a list of frequently asked questions-and-answers, compiled as the district prepares for a referendum on Tuesday, April 5, were reviewed by the Spring Valley School Board early last week. The non-recurring referendum proposes exceeding the revenue limit by $800,000 per year for four years for maintenance and renovation purposes.
Frequently asked questions (and answers) for a four-year $800,000 per year referendum set for Tuesday, April 5, in the school district were reviewed by the Spring Valley School Board early...