Five Below's Marshfield Location Opening July 7th
(Jamie Rokus, Marshfield News Herald) Five Below has set its opening date, and shoppers don't have to wait much longer. According to Jamie Rokus with the Marshfield News Herald, a spokesperson for the company confirmed to the Marshfield News-Herald Tuesday that the new store will open at 10 a.m. July 7 in the former Younkers space of the redeveloped Marshfield Mall at 503 E. Ives St. According to its website, Five Below is the leading value retailer of "trend-right, high-quality products loved by tweens, teens and beyond."
Spartans walk it off in Sectional Final behind Zembo’s 12 strikeout performance
MARSHFIELD, WI. (Northern News Now) - On Thursday night the 24-0 Superior Spartan softball team took their talents to Marshfield, Wisconsin for the WIAA D1 Sectional Final rematch against Steven’s Point where they picked up the 1-0 victory to advance to the State Tournament. Haley Zembo tallied 12 strikeouts...
Wisconsin unclaimed property names released, $600M being held
MADISON, Wis. - The Wisconsin Department of Revenue is in the midst of its annual unclaimed property awareness campaign, publishing thousands of names of people with cash and other property waiting to be claimed. "This is an exciting time of year for us as we see a precipitous uptick in...
What’s brewing in the basement of Marshfield Middle School?
MARSHFIELD – There’s nothing like a freshly-brewed cup of coffee to start your day off right. The satisfaction of providing that – and learning a few skills along the way – has left a group of Marshfield Middle School students with a sense of accomplishment. Basement...
42nd annual DairyFest begins Thursday in Marshfield
MARSHFIELD, Wis. (WSAW) - A kickoff to DairyFest event will begin Thursday afternoon at Wenzel Family Plaza in Marshfield. DairyFest is the weekend after Memorial Day, It is a fun community celebration that honors the agriculture industry and local dairy farmers. In addition to the DairyBreakfast events include a parade, kids’ activities, a Picnic in the Park, and much more.
Allina Health System cuts off patients with medical debt
Many hospitals in the United States use aggressive tactics to collect medical debt. They flood local courts with collections lawsuits. They garnish patients' wages. They seize their tax refunds. But a nonprofit health system in the Midwest is among those taking things a step further: withholding care from patients who...
Gone Fishin’ June 1st
With fishing seasons underway in Minnesota and Wisconsin, WDIO’s weekly segment Gone Fishin’ has returned. It airs during WDIO Sports at Ten on Thursday nights. Recent photos for June 1st are from Elaina Rosenholm, Ann Marie, Kal Johnson, Robert Skafte, and Emmit Miller. If you would like to...
Movies in the Park in Marshfield to begin on Friday
MARSHFIELD, Wis. (WSAW) - Movies in the Park will take place at numerous locations throughout Marshfield this summer with the first movie ‘Moana’ playing at 9 p.m. on Friday, June 2 at Columbia Park. The free event is focused on a family-friendly experience for people of all ages....
Vandehey Waters gears up for second season
MARSHFIELD – To say Marshfield’s new Vandehey Waters Outdoor Aquatic Center was more successful in its first full season than the former Hefko Pool was in its last few would be a definite understatement. In fact, Vandehey Waters brought in more revenue in its first year than Hefko did in its last four, and attracted an average of twice as many people, on a per year basis. That’s according to a report provided by the city’s Parks & Recreation Department, which was presented to the Common Council last fall, at season’s end.
Six Marshfield Medical Center-Neillsville Staff Members Have Donation Made in Their Names to Shining Star Program
A patient recently recognized six Marshfield Medical Center-Neillsville staff members by donating through the Shining Star program in their names. Their outstanding care in the Infusion and Outpatient Center and in the Respiratory Therapy department at MMC-Neillsville was instrumental in the patient's health journey:. "The chronic disease I have elicits...
INTERVIEW: When will weed be legal in Wisconsin?
The Oshkosh School Board is expected to vote on the hiring of two administrators Wednesday night, which have drawn concerns from the public. Shawano Superintendent Kurt Krizan updated his statement after a video showing a student assaulting another student was posted to social media. Firefighters battle flames, heat at house...
False 911 calls skyrocket in Wisconsin
DODGE COUNTY, Wis. — The Dodge County sheriff is warning residents about a feature in their cellphones that is apparently responsible for a number of inadvertent 911 calls in recent months. Sheriff Dale Schmidt said it's happening nearly 20 times a day. A new feature designed to make it...
Wisconsin's Best Hot Dog Joint
LoveFood found the best spot for hot dogs in each state.
Wisconsin marijuana debate continues as Minnesota becomes latest to legalize
(WLUK) -- Minnesota is the latest state to legalize recreational marijuana. This makes Wisconsin an island state surrounded by Minnesota, Michigan and Illinois with full legalization. Some Wisconsin lawmakers are continuing their push to catch up. Yet, the legality of the drug remains at a standstill in the Republican-controlled legislature.
WATCH: Progress Pride Flag again raised over Wisconsin State Capitol
MADISON, Wis. -- The Progress Pride Flag will once again fly above the Wisconsin State Capitol to celebrate Pride Month.
Amber Alert canceled; 1-year-old girl in Wisconsin found safe
MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - An Amber Alert has been canceled in Wisconsin for a 1-year-old from Milwaukee after she was found safe, officials said. The Milwaukee Police Department were searching for Khennedy Parker, who was last seen in the 2400 block of N. 50th St. in Milwaukee. She was last seen with 29-year-old Khijuan Parker.
Man accused of hit-and-run skips court date; warrant issued
CHIPPEWA FALLS — A Loyal man accused of causing a hit-and-run accident stemming from an incident May 2022 skipped his court date Tuesday, and a warrant has been issued for his arrest. Michael R. Waldhauser, 65, is charged in Chippewa County Court with two counts of hit-and-run, involving injury. According to the criminal complaint, there was a crash on eastbound Highway 29 at 2:30 p.m. May 28, 2022, just west...
Forgotten Wisconsin Cold Cases: Stacy Rudolph - Mailbox Confessions
MEDFORD, Wis. (WSAW) - December of 2000. Then President Bill Clinton’s term was about to expire, welcoming a new president, George W. Bush, Destiney’s Child was topping the charts with their smash hit ‘Independent Women,’ The Grinch “stole” the number one spot at the box office, and it was in December that Duane Rudolph of Medford got a letter that would change his life forever.
Wisconsin's largest LGBTQ+ festival returns to Milwaukee kicking off Pride Month
Thursday kicked off Milwaukee's 35th annual Pridefest. Hundreds headed to Summerfest grounds for day one of the three-day event, and it did not disappoint.
Governor Evers Preparing To Send Back Unspent Wisconsin Coronavirus Money
The governor of Wisconsin is getting ready to return some of the remaining funds from the state’s coronavirus stimulus program. As part of the new federal debt ceiling agreement, Governor Tony Evers told reporters Tuesday that his office is preparing for the claw-back. The governor is keeping mum about...
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