On May 17, Chancellor Robert Meyer spoke to area residents during a special Community Conversations event held at UW-Stout. The focus of his presentation was the state of public education in Wisconsin and the impact of budget cuts on Stout and the UW System.
Electronic devices contain precious metals as well as toxic substances such as lead, mercury, beryllium and cadmium, making recycling difficult and expensive. A few years ago when gold prices were high, recycling companies were willing to buy old television sets and computer monitors.
MADISON — The gap between what nursing home care costs and what Medicaid pays has led some facilities to close and others to downsize, beyond what can be attributed to a trend toward more assisted living and home care, said John Sauer, president and CEO of LeadingAge Wisconsin, one of two nu…
“Will make daily trips during the season of 1866, between Reads Landing and Dunnville. Connecting at Dunnville with Stages for Menomonie, Downsville, etc.”
“Fish” is a Kirkus-reviewed, Junior Library Guild Selection book authored and illustrated by Liam Francis Walsh who grew up mostly near the village of Wheeler in Dunn County.
On Tuesday, June 7, officers from the Menomonie Police Department (MPD) and community members will come together in an informal, neutral venue to discuss community issues and build relationships — all over a cup of coffee.
Annette Anderson has received the University Staff Employee Appreciation Award for May at University of Wisconsin-Stout. Anderson, of Colfax, works in custodial services.
Hundreds of law enforcement agencies in Wisconsin will be on the lookout for unbuckled drivers and passengers during the annual Click It or Ticket mobilization from May 23, to June 5.
The Friends of Potters Field will unveil a new memorial for the veterans buried at Dunn County’s Potters Field at 3 pm. on Monday, May 30th. Funded by a grant from the Menomonie Rotary Club, the memorial commemorates the service to our country of the six known veterans interred at Potters Field.