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RHINELANDER – The Rhinelander mother who tried to hire someone to kill her husband will go to prison for two years . Oneida County Judge Patrick O’Melia sentenced 28 year old Megan Danielczak yesterday afternoon. Danielczak, was arrested in Feb. 2018 after she tried to pay a hit man to kill her husband. The “hit […]

EAGLE RIVER – From Vilas County Court prosecutors have charged 38 year old Rodney Teets, with two felony sexual assault of a child under the age of 16. The victim told an investigator the assault happened in February. The teenager says it started with Teets texting sexually explicit pictures, then things turned into a full […]

BESSEMER – The Minneapolis man charged with bringing heroin to the Gogebic Range was sentenced to prison in Gogebic County Circuit Court Tuesday. 36 year old Brandon Lee Bible, was sentenced to at least 7 years, 11 months for possession of heroin with intent to deliver and at least 2 years for resisting and obstructing […]

IRONWOOD – Those that live in the area of West Francis Street in Ironwood listened last night to how upcoming work will impact their neighborhood last night at a public listening session held last night at the Ironwood Memorial Building. Paul Anderson, a civil engineer with Coleman Engineering, said residents will experience some “inconveniences,” like […]

LANSING – Details of the plan by state Senate Republicans to overhaul Michigan’s no-fault auto insurance system are expected to come out next week. Majority Leader Mike Shirkey told reporters at the Capitol things are progressing as he had hoped. Minority Leader Christine Greig told MIRS News that guarantees need to be included in the […]

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — State funding is available for local efforts to control or get rid of invasive plants in Michigan’s inland lakes. The Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy says a new grant program will reimburse permit fees required for projects that use physical, biological or chemical controls targeting the unwanted species. A […]

RHINELANDER – Police gathered around an apartment near Rhinelander after a man apparently fired a gun inside. The man was found dead around 4:10 p.m. after the Oneida County Special Response team was able to get into the apartment. The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office says it received reports of the disturbance around 11:45 a.m. Wednesday […]

PARK FALLS – Wisconsin could soon get an official state game bird. That means a lot to the Park Falls community. The state legislature plans to take up a bill to make that bird the ruffed grouse, according to Park Falls Chamber Director Ed Kane. Kane wrote an email yesterday he plans to go down […]

HURLEY – In Iron County Court in Hurley the case of one of the defendants charged in connection to the killing of Wayne M. Valliere Jr. of  Lac du Flambeau is  heading for trial.  Yesterday Judge Patrick Madden laid out the states final settlement to 27 year old Curtis Wolfe for his alleged role in […]

IRONWOOD – The Gogebic Community College board of Trustees welcomed incoming college president George McNulty and his wife, Christie to the its meeting last night.  McNulty emphasized the need to acquire information about the college so he can better assess the Institution’s condition.  After last nights meeting McNulty told the Globe he is looking forward […]

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