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.
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.
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...
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...