Natalie Decker and Mike Egan on the racetrack. (Jeff Blaser and Blaser Photography.) By Brandon Aschenbrenner Rains hit the speedway around qualifying time forcing track officials to forgo the qualifying[...]
County Board supervisors Tom Mallison (second from right, green shirt) and and Don Butkowski (left of Mallison) are on separate sides of placing the minimum wage referendum on the November[...]
To the Editor- Portage County Alliance for Youth is an all volunteer group of those who care about youth and work in schools, churches and youth groups as well as[...]
For the City-Times With a number of 2014 fall hunting and trapping seasons just around the corner, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources will once again offer a Fall Hunting[...]
For the City-Times Swimming classes for children are available this fall through the Special Needs Aquatic Program at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.
For the City-Times The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) provides a weekly update on road construction in North Central Wisconsin, which includes: Adams, Green Lake, Florence, Forest, Iron, Langlade, Lincoln,[...]
For the City-Times CAP Services’ Skills Enhancement Program will receive a $7,500 grant from BMO Harris Bank to assist individuals in Portage, Waupaca, Waushara and Outagamie counties.
City Plan Commissioners Dave Cooper (left) and Jerry Moore say an ordinance regulating recreational vehicles isn’t necessary. (City-Times photo) By Patrick Lynn City Plan Commissioners this week continue talks on[...]
For the City-Times Going into its fifth year, United Way of Portage County’s Learn for Life Reading Program will expand into additional schools in Portage County this fall and, as[...]
(City-Times photo) City-Times Staff Plover Police Officer Seth Pionke shops with about a dozen area elementary students on Wednesday during a new program which provides deserving kids with new school[...]
For the City-Times Ministry Medical Group will offer flu vaccination clinics at its main Stevens Point campus, 824 Illinois Ave., on two Saturdays and Sundays in October.
For the City-Times In 2014, the mourning dove hunting season will run from Sept. 1 to Nov. 29, with 20 days being added to the end of the current 70-day[...]
By Lisa Pett, Special to the City-Times The federal minimum wage was established in 1938 with passage of the Fair Labor Standards Act along with rules dictating a limit of[...]
For the City-Times Time is running out to register for the full reunion experience at the SPASH Class of 1994 20- year reunion, held on Saturday, September 13th at the[...]