By Kris Leonhardt Continued from previous edition. Click here for Part I. Today, the Marshfield Police Auxiliary consists of a
By Kris Leonhardt “It started in the 1970s as a group of citizen volunteers from a CB group and dispatch,
Part II in a two-part series By Kris Leonhardt Editor The newly formed Hub Dairy Cooperative added $90,000 worth of
By Kris Leonhardt Editor The property, now home to Marshfield’s Foremost Farms facilities, began as a single family dairy farm,
By Kris Leonhardt Editor By the early 1970s, the targeted 250-patient residency for the Wood County facility had fallen to
Part III in a series By Kris Leonhardt Editor Construction on the Wood County asylum took one year to complete
By Kris Leonhardt Editor MARCH RAPIDS – In the mid-1870s, J.B. and B.D. Holmes started a sawmill operation using the
Part II in a series By Kris Leonhardt Editor It was November 1909, and the proposed Wood County asylum did not have a site.
By Ann Ziegler Ten years ago Country Kitchen announced it was donating 15 percent of all its meal sales Nov.
Part I in a series By Kris Leonhardt Editor In May 1909 a special committee was canvassing Wood County, searching