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Shiocton local competes for Manawa Rodeo Queen

By Sara Tischauser Editor From a young age, one young lady has been around horses and has taken her passion for horses to compete in various competitions. Jacklyn Estreen, from Shiocton, competed at the Midwest Horse Fair with Ashley Gorski,…

The Habitat for Humanity House is completed on East Cherry Court in Shiocton. The family that lives there consists of Juan Rosas and Yolanda Arriaga and their two children Daniela Rosas, 16, and Juan Jesus Rosas, 8. They really like…

Library to receive unused funds

The Shiocton Village Board met on Monday, June 11 at 6 p.m. At the May board meeting the library Board explained that it is a state statute that at the end of the year unused funds in the library budget…

Wisconsin natives drove an ambulance to a town in Alaska

The new ambulance with the MaCarthy logo. Left to right: Jonathan Dobbs, Jacob Shultz, Randy Samz and Stephens Harper. Dobbs and Samz drove the ambulance from Wisconsin to McCarthy, Alaska, where they arrived Wednesday, May 23 to gift the vehicle…

King of the Brat Frys

Maynard Kettner is considered the brat fry king in the village of Shiocton. Kettner and his wife Rose have been members of Catholic Financial Life through Saint Denis Church for the last 75 years. Throughout the last 25 years he…

Chiefs softball getting hot at just the right time

By Stephen Knoll Editor Shiocton softball has found its rhythm midway through the season as it starts to make a late push for the playoffs. The Chiefs have been on a five game win streak, blowing out opponents on its…

Steps for Suicide Awareness

The event had a beautiful day, Shiocton Steps for Suicide Awareness, which was held on Saturday, May 5 that started and ended at the River Rail. They had 220 registered walkers, and also had several volunteers come and help to…

Shiocton native earns UW–Madison Biochemistry Award

Garrett Gunderson, former Shiocton high school student earns prestigious award. – Submitted photo The biochemistry majors who received summer awards were given a stipend to work in a faculty lab over the summer, without having to take up a second…

Matt Peterson signs with Viterbo University, La Crosse

Matt Peterson with his parents, Shari and Chuck. Matt, also has an older brother Chris, who attends the University of Alabama. – Photo by Linda Titel Matt Peterson, senior at Shiocton High School signed a letter of Intent for Viterbo…