Part II By Kris Leonhardt Continued from previous edition: In the early days of the St. Joseph’s School of Nursing
For Hub City Times SPENCER – Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR) and Wisconsin Public Television (WPT) have been entertaining and educating
By Kris Leonhardt In 1914, the Franciscan Sisters of the Sorrowful Mother began asking fellow religious women living in chastity
By Kris Leonhardt Gustav A. Karau emigrated from West Prussia in 1884. As a journeyman carpenter, Karau saw Marshfield ripe
The Governor William H. Upham Mansion exhibit of historic wedding dresses is entering its final days on display to the
Part III of the series Continued from Feb. 7 edition: By Kris Leonhardt “Everything has changed now. We had four
By Kris Leonhardt Continued from Jan. 24 edition: “Our name has been barbering in Marshfield since 1938,” says Jerry Schalow.
By Kris Leonhardt MARSHFIELD – “Beyond the Wedding Dress” will be the first segment of the “Spoken History” lecture series
For Hub City Times MARSHFIELD – Has an aging property in your neighborhood become the shining star of the block?
By Kris Leonhardt The Schalow family has been a presence in Marshfield barbering since the 1930s. Very few will be