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New head coach takes reins of EHS girls' hoops team

Good potential and a willingness to learn a new system will have to suffice as optimism for the Ellsworth High School girls basketball team as the season begins.

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Ellsworth Village Board approves budget, beer at fair

The Ellsworth Village Board Monday approved the village’s 2013 budget and struck down an ordinance prohibiting the selling of beer or other intoxicating beverages inside the Pierce County Fairgrounds.

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Panther grapplers want redemptive title in 2013

One dual meet does not make a whole season for but for the Ellsworth High School wrestling team, there's one match they want to make sure keeps them motivated for the upcoming 2012-13 season.

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Village of Ellsworth to meet with board on beer sales at fair

The Ellsworth Village Board Health, License and Welfare Committee will meet with the Pierce County Fair Board to discuss the possibility of beer sales on the Pierce County Fairgrounds in Ellsworth.

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Cracks in plant tank found 'unacceptable'

Ellsworth officials and village board members aren’t happy to find out about structural defects found in one of the holding tanks at the currently-being-renovated wastewater treatment plant.

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Ellsworth linksters hopes scores fall and teammates rise

When it comes to low, the Ellsworth High School girls’ golf team wishes it has low scores, not a low turnout of student athletes.

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Fair dries off from downpour Thursday, goes on as normal

A mid-afternoon heavy downpour from a storm system (which dropped lots of hail in the Plum City area) Thursday couldn't keep the Pierce County Fair from going strong on its opening day of its 129th edition.

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Sinkhole opens up in middle of Hwy. 35 in Hager City

A small sinkhole cracked open right in the middle of Hwy. 35 south near its intersection with Hwy. 63 yesterday evening.

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Public meeting held in Arkansaw on sex offender relocation draws large crowd and worries

A panel of law enforcement officials from Pepin County and the state Department of Corrections tried their best to reassure deeply concerned residents of Arkansaw Wednesday evening they will be able to handle a new resident in the community, a violent sex offender who is going to be released into the community in the next two weeks.

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Ellsworth Village Board supports 'Save Our Store' campaign

The Ellsworth Village Board Monday unanimously approved a letter-writing campaign to keep open the former Pamida store in the Crossing Meadows development.

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Columns

Desktop Sportsman - 12/16/09

This week's installment of Desktop Sportsman

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Desktop Sportsman - Nov. 18, 2009

Desktop Sportsman looks back at the fall prep season in this column

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Desktop Sportsman - 11/02/09

This week's edition of Desktop Sportsman looks back at the Packer-Viking week that was

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Desktop Sportsman (10/21/09)

This week's Desktop Sportsman column from PCH sports editor Sean Scallon

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Desktop Sportsman (10/07/2009)

Desktop Sportsman writes about the U's new TCF Bank Stadium

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Desktop Sportsman (09/21/09)

Desktop Sportsman - Exclusive on the Pierce County Herald website this week.

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Desktop Sportsman (09/09/2009)

This week's version of Desktop Sportsman

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Desktop Sportsman (09/02/09)

There will be a clean-up of Legion Park in Plum City on Sept. 12 starting at 8 a.m. Lunch will be provided to volunteers at noon and volunteers are needed to clean up flood damage in the park caused by the heavy rain storm that forced Plum Creek out of its banks and into the park back on Aug. 13.

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Desktop Sportsman (08/12/09)

My wife took a photography class while going to school at UW-Stout about five years ago and we spent a day at Arkansaw Creek Park taking pictures, especially of an old railroad bridge that was in the park as a decorative piece. We have it hanging on a wall in our home. Now the park is in ruins after last week’s heavy rainstorms (six inches in two hours) flooded the park. The bridge is on its side as the power of the water knocked it right off its concrete moorings.

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Spring Valley uses fourth quarter run to run over Pepin

Spring Valley only led Pepin 30-28 heading into the fourth quarter. But after eight minutes of play, the Cardinals emerged with a 23-point win over the Lakers.

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