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A recognition of service was given to retiring Osceola Police Officer Dan Kelley on Tuesday, Oct. 8. An award given to him by Osceola Chief of Police, Ron Pedrys, read, “Presented to Officer Dan Kelley in appreciation of 26 years of outstanding service to the citizens of the village of Osceo…

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The largest congressional district in the state of Wisconsin will have a new legislator after Gov. Tony Evers schedules a special election. After being told his initial dates violated federal law, Gov. Evers has redacted the original dates and is exploring two options. Both of these options …

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Obituaries

Lola Belle Brumbaugh Wolter, age 94 of Osceola, WI, passed awa…

Amy Marie Bjornstad age 42, of Osceola, Wisconsin passed away …

Patricia M. Bork, age 85 of Somerset, passed away unexpectedly…

Ryan E. Sylvara of Dresser died unexpectedly Oct. 6, 2019 at t…

Wayne Richard Viebrock, 82 of Osceola, formerly of Star Prairi…

Opinion

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Recently, I enjoyed meeting the president of Spy House Coffee in Minneapolis. We hit it off immediately and started talking about all things food. We kept circling back to seasonal foods and eating them at their peak, especially maple syrup, blueberries, and pumpkin. 

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Put your Smartphone away, don’t believe the weatherman and do not check anything online if you’re wondering what kind of winter we’re going to have. You’d get more precise information after walking through some oaks, husking corn and looking at a few bugs. That’s what the Farmer’s Almanac do…

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My wife always finds it funny when I react with some disdain to the weather in this area. “Yep, that’s what happens up here. You’re just going to have to get used to it,” she likes to say. Last year was especially comical to her when this area had one of the snowiest, and one of the coldest …