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Olson named Courthouse Security Officer

Within the Pierce County Courthouse one of the biggest challenges for years has been courthouse safety.

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All things highway

All things highway was the topic during the Prescott Kiwanis meeting May 30, as Pierce County Highway Commissioner Chad Johnson talked about the department to those in attendance at United Church of Christ.

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Creamery expands retail store

Change is everywhere at the Ellsworth Cooperative Creamery.

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Kado reflects on 40 years of teaching

Brenda Kado knew what she wanted to be at an early age.

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First step in merging 911 centers approved

The Pierce County Finance and Personnel Committee took a first step Monday into possibly changing one of the essential functions of county services.

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Ellsworth native completes first film

Cordero Roman has spent the last four years studying how to become a screenwriter in Los Angeles, California.

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Prescott native performs at Kennedy Center Sunday

A Prescott native will perform at the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., Memorial Day weekend.

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Love of outdoors sets Green's career path

Lucas Green loves the outdoors and wants to make sure future generations have the opportunity as well.

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Committee: Ax the trees

What has been talked about for months, heck, even years, became official on May 14 during a Pierce County Building Committee meeting.

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Matzek eyes Pharmacy career after EHS

Rebecca Matzek has always been interested in Science. The question for a long time was what field she would study after graduating from Ellsworth High School.

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Jason Schulte's Vikings Column

When I approached Pierce County Herald Sports Editor Sean Scallon about writing a Vikings column online, he basically said do it whenever you can. As a lifelong fan, the chance to write about my favorite football team doesn’t get much better. I knew I wanted to write a column before the season started, but I didn’t know how to put it. Going by positions, each team in the NFC North, etc… were thought of, but then it struck me: A to Z. It gives me a chance to be humorous, yet serious at the same time.

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