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Judge says no to new trial in sexual assault civil case

A second trial has been denied in a lawsuit that sought monetary damages from a substitute teacher who sexually abused a 13-year-old Pierce County boy in 2007.

Pierce County Herald, 06/05/2013

Assistant principal prepares for retirement

In his 38 years as an educator, Bill Fuller has worked with grades kindergarten through 12th, but this year he’s graduating with the seniors.

Pierce County Herald, 05/20/2013

NGI plea expected in school arson case

Area News
-- The man accused of setting fire to a Roberts school will likely enter a not guilty by reason of insanity plea, said his attorney Monday (May 13).

Pierce County Herald, 05/14/2013

Local lawmakers respond to State of State

With a re-election bid 21 months away, Gov. Scott Walker reviewed his accomplishments thus far and promised to “double down” on efforts to improve Wisconsin’s job climate as he delivered his State of the State address Tuesday.

Pierce County Herald, 01/22/2013

Jurors award nothing to teen sexually assaulted by teacher

In a verdict reached Wednesday, Jan. 16, a Pierce County jury awarded no monetary damages to a teenager who was sexually assaulted by a female substitute teacher when the boy was 13.

Pierce County Herald, 01/17/2013

Appeals court upholds Reeverts' 12th OWI

In a decision released Tuesday, the District III Court of Appeals affirmed a Pierce County man’s 12th drunken driving conviction.

Pierce County Herald, 11/03/2012

Smith: Partisanship creates division, block progress

There’s too much outside money in politics and the result is elected officials who listen to the wishes of their contributors rather than to the needs of their constituents, says Jeff Smith.

Pierce County Herald, 10/31/2012

Practical solutions, positive results needed, says Petryk

Warren Petryk is a musician and an entertainer--a communicator who believes he has found his calling in government.

Pierce County Herald, 10/31/2012

Cain says expectations now higher for kids, teachers, public schools

The state is implementing higher expectations for both students and schools, reported Ellsworth Superintendent Barry Cain Monday night.

Pierce County Herald, 10/10/2012

It's official; It's McDonald's

Come June, Ellsworth’s first McDonald’s will open, says a developer who also has restaurants in several other towns.

Pierce County Herald, 10/09/2012

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