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Two weeks ago I was watching a midday Twin Cities news/variety show. Now that’s not something usually on my plate but a promo teaser caught my eye. They were going to cook a Midwestern … more
Last week I told you all about my spinning rod trout fishing victory on the Rush River.  It was a great night and I caught a bunch of trout (by my standards). I left brimming with … more
I know that we are in the heart of the fishing season and I should be telling you all about the fish that I have been catching, or at least trying to catch, but I am interrupting it to make a MAJOR … more
My daughter Mattie and I have had many outdoor adventures, from fishing to hunting to ‘shrooming to shed hunting. They are memories I will never forget. Happy Father’s Day! I … more
With the Stanley Rodeo making its debut Friday June 14, tickets are now on sale, but for those seeking them we have an important reminder: that there is only one—and only one—authorized … more
Coming to Chapman Park Friday, June 7, the Stanley Truck and Tractor Pull is a day earlier than in previous years. Started back in 2005 as a part of the Stanley Rodeo before securing its own weekend, … more
It’s supposed to be the last week of Forage Month but it is going to be pre-empted by the musky fishing season opener which started on Saturday. If I had to limit myself to one outdoor … more
Hello friends, If you think that life doesn't go by in a blink of an eye, I am about to show why I feel it does. Thirty-five years ago, this Friday night I wrote my first column. I was living in … more
On hand to plant a tree Friday April 26, City of Stanley Public Works and the mayor came out to Soo Line Park to plant a tree for Arbor Day. The new tree near the old depot site is an autumn … more
Approximately 50 third through eighth grade youngsters attended the Outdoor Youth Expo held at the Stanley Community Center in Chapman Park this past Saturday. Sponsored by the Stanley … more
Winter is officially done as of the March 19 equinox, but don’t expect an easy spring. A new season has emerged: ‘very high’ fire danger season. With little snow and a prolonged … more
MADISON  – The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) encourages property owners to examine their trees for spongy moth egg masses and determine whether control measures are … more
With little snow and warming temperatures, the spring wildfire season is expected to be active. “With the abnormally low snow pack this winter the danger is high this early spring,” … more
Taking place Saturday, Feb. 17 in the Community Center building at Chapman Park, the Brat Dinner held by the Stanley Sportsmans’ Club was a success. With upwards of 100 turning out for the … more
It was a cold day on Otter Lake when the Stanley Rod & Gun Club held their 22nd annual ice fishing contest Saturday, Jan. 20. With open water as recently as the Monday previous followed by … more
Continuing a challenging season, the seventh ranked Orioles fell to second ranked Fall Creek Thursday at home, the final score 60-16 in the Crickets favor. Meeting on the Oriole home court, the … more
After losing a nail-biter last year to Chippewa Falls, Stanley-Boyd was too much to handle at the 2023 Chippewa County FFA Dairy Evaluation Clinic as they coasted to a nine-point victory. The clinic … more
The Winter Wonderland light display in Chapman Park is back and bigger than ever and while Santa may not be coming to town just yet, we know many vehicles will be driving through the park to see the … more
Acting at the October regular school board meeting, the Stanley-Boyd School Board voted to approve the formation of a Clay Target Club in the district as non-school sponsored organization. The … more
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