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STEVENS POINT, Wis. (WSAW) - The University of Wisconsin Stevens Point is welcoming a saxophone quartet chamber music ensemble for a three-day artist residency. The group Nois formed in 2016 and their innovative approach to their craft has swiftly gained them fame in the music community. The group will be...
It was a true coronation. For one glorious day, the Culver’s butter burger was king, topped with a "golden crown" of fried cheese curd. In honor of National Cheese Curd Day, the fast food chain introduced the limited-time CurderBurger — a classic Wisconsin butter burger topped with an enormous fried cheese curd.
Cody A. Nuernberg, 28, of West Bend, formerly of Kewaskum, was unexpectedly called home to be with his Lord, on October 9, 2021. Cody was born on November 12, 1992, in Menomonee Falls, the son of Gary Nuernberg and Michele Manyo. He graduated from Kewaskum High School in 2011 and went on to graduate from UW Stevens Point in 2016 with a degree in Sociology. Cody played football and baseball for Kewaskum High School as a quarterback and pitcher. He went on to play football at UW Stevens Point. Cody supported the Kewaskum youth sport teams, umpiring kid’s baseball/softball games and assist with coaching. Cody was employed by Drexel Building Supply in Campbellsport as a material handler and enjoyed working with his coworkers, who were his friends, delivering happiness. He loved spending time with his family and his friends and will be missed by all who knew him.
A Luxemburg resident and college student had the opportunity to harvest a trophy buck this past weekend during Wisconsin’s DNR Gun deer hunt for hunters with disabilities. Madison Vandenhouten, a 2018 graduate of Luxemburg-Casco and a freshman at UW Stevens Point, participated and bagged an eight-point buck on Saturday at the sponsoring Luxemburg Sportsman Club. Vandenhouten says the organization did a great job in helping her pursue her passion for hunting.
Harriet “Punky” A. McCauley, age 83 of Clintonville passed away Monday morning October 4, 2021 at Aster Assisted Living in Clintonville. Harriet was born on September 6, 1938 in New London as the daughter of the late George and Margaret (Quall) McCauley. She graduated from Clintonville High School in 1956. Harriet quickly became active in her community as an officer in Jobs Daughters and spent her summers as a life guard and swimming instructor at the Cloverleaf Lakes. She attended UW Stevens Point and entered training for the first class of Cytotechnology in Madison. Harriet then worked for Bellin Hospital as a cytotechnologist from 1959 to 1967 prior to her return home to become the head librarian at Clintonville’s Finney Public Library. During her tenure a new library was built and Friends of the Library Group was formed. Harriet retired from her position in 2001. She was also active as a past President of the Clintonville Rotary Club, served on the Clintonville Public School Board as clerk for years, was a state officer in the Order of the Eastern Star, and was elected clerk for the Town of Belle Plaine as she lived most of her life on Pine Lake. She continued her involvement as a member of the Cloverleaf Lakes Association, Clintonville Community Foundation, Goodfellows, Graceland Cemetery Board, and was a charter member of the Clintonville Historical Society. Harriet was an animal lover as was evident in the love she had for her many dogs and even a horse at one time. She was a lifetime member of Christ Congregational United Church of Christ in Clintonville and will be missed by many throughout the community.
(Press Release) — The Wisconsin Interscholastic Horsemanship Association (WIHA) District 6 regional competition was held at the Wood County Fairgrounds October 2nd and 3rd where school equestrian teams from all across northeast Wisconsin came to compete in a series of standardized classes consisting of showmanship (showing in a pattern in hand), equitation (showing in a riding pattern), reinsmanship (showing in a pattern.
STEVENS POINT, Wis. (WSAW) - Congress and the Biden Administration are negotiating the future of two bills. One is an infrastructure bill and the other is a $3.5 trillion dollar reconciliation package that would overhaul the federal government. The infrastructure bill includes $500 billion in investment into America’s infrastructure over...
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