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“We took into consideration the feedback from our previous Facilities Advisory Committee meeting,” board president Denise Hoffstatter said Monday from the high school library at a second … more
The Stanley Police Department has a new officer, and her name is Melissa McDonough. “I grew up in the western part of Wisconsin and I moved to the Stanley area for college, McDonough … more
The city of Stanley is taking a landlord to court over property issues. Kerry Brown, of Chippewa Falls, rents 113 Barber Street out.    In the past Stanley Police have taken pictures … more
The Stanley Community Association approached the City Council on Monday, Sept. 5, seeking approval to potentially install a splash pad at Chapman Park between the tennis courts and the bathrooms. The … more
The Town of Thorp held a special meeting on Wednesday, August 30 at the current Town Hall, to vote on the purchase of land and the construction of a new Town hall at the same location. Residents also … more
  Photo:Depot replacement:Soon to come at the site of the old depot, a seasonal shelter with men’s andwomen’s bathrooms plus baby changing … more
  Mayor Al Haas and two members of the Stanley City Council met with Clark County Highway Commissioner Brian Duell, Mark Ruff from Clark Electric, Sheila Nyberg from Clark County Economic … more
New American Legion member Amber Broughton (left) takes the  oath with Legion Commander Bruce Wozniak.  more
At the August 9 th monthly board meeting, Town of Thorp Board members discussed a plan to purchase land two miles west of Center Road and Dickerson on the southwest corner to construct a new town … more
The Stanley City Council voted at its August 7 council meeting to approve the purchase of a replacement for Tender 2 for the Stanley Volunteer Fire Department. Tender 2 failed inspection earlier this … more
The Stanley Community Association, with SCA President Kristi Weiland, Treasurer Lance Weiland, and Secretary Nikki Witt, shared a rendering of the future playground equipment for Chapman Park with … more
Friday, August 11 is the date for the 40 th annual corn feed and street dance in Boyd.  From 5:30 p.m. -9:30 p.m., families can enjoy free corn on the cob along with music and entertainment from … more
The City of Stanley has agreed to pay $137,500 to Stanley resident Ed Shilts, who filed an age discrimination lawsuit against the City of Stanley in 2022. The City of Stanley “denies … more
Josh Seidl, a lifelong resident of Stanley, was appointed on July 3 rd to the Stanley City Council filling the vacant Ward 2 seat which became available when previous Alderperson Kevin Hendrickson … more
As the July 3 Stanley City Council meeting began, council member Laurie Foster commented that the new water meters currently being installed are helpful as her newly installed meter alerted the city … more
Camera surveillance could soon be coming to Lotz Park, and the Boyd concession stand, following a discussion in the Committee of the Whole meeting prior to regular board on Monday July 10. The … more
Working the Stanley VFW/Legion brat stand at Hansen’s IGA Friday June 30 were (from left) Bruce Wozniak, Joe Kiebles, Marthamae Kottschade, Lucas Wenzel, Megan Wenzel, and Jim Burzynski. more
On June 19, the City of Stanley Plan Commission held a meeting to discuss the conditional use permit for the keeping of bees applied for by Stanley residents, Matthew and Megan Wenzel, in order to … more
It was decided at the June 12 board meeting that the Edson Town Hall needs a new roof as the shingles are brittle on the approximately twenty-three-year-old roof. The board made a motion to advertise … more
Roxie Caswell voiced her concern at the Common Council meeting on June 19 held at City Hall. She informed the Council of the bricks and metal debris piled by Fandry Park and recommended that it … more
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