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LOGGERS SOFTBALL HIGHLIGHTS IN 2024


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My Northern Wisconsin, Today, 02:50 AM

Steve Teeters is back for the 2024 girls’ softball season reporting all the highlights of the Phillips Loggers and the teams they play.  The highlights are listed in reverse chronological order so the most recent game is at the top.

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By:  Steve Teeters

APRIL 15, 2024:  PHILLIPS VERSUS CHEQUAMEGON

   

The Phillips Loggers softball team met and defeated a previously unbeaten Chequamegon Screaming Eagles team 18-6 in Park Falls.

The Loggers came into Monday's game with two convincing wins against Prentice and were looking to gain an early season edge against another Marawood North conference rival.  But Chequamegon had other ideas in the early stages of the contest.

Mataya Eckert reached base safely on an error in the Loggers' first, but Phillips was unable capitalize on the Chequamegon miscue.

After a quiet top of the first for Phillips, the Screaming Eagles looked to seize early control and came through with good situational hitting.  Adison Bablick, Anya Brenholt, and Angelina BeBeau all reached base safely and would each come around to score.  Bablick singled to left field to lead off for Chequamegon and later scored on a passed ball, while Brenholt and BeBeau both reached on walks and later scored on a 2 RBI single to right field from Regan Hoffman. 

Brooke Eckert and the Loggers limited the damage by retiring three of the next four batters but found themselves trailing 3-0 after one inning.

The Loggers desperately needed a momentum shift, and Lily Miller was certainly ready for such an opportunity.  The junior catcher blasted a solo home run over the right center field wall to take back some momentum.  But that run was all Phillips would get in the top of the second.  Halle Lehman was left stranded after a double to left field.

Chequamegon got a lead-off walk by Abigail Brenholt to start the Screaming Eagles' second but was erased by Miller at third base on a steal attempt.  The Screaming Eagles would lead 3-1 after two innings.

Phillips got another run in the third inning thanks to a lead-off walk by Mataya Eckert and a big 2-out RBI single by Miller.

Just as momentum seemed to be on the Loggers' side, Chequamegon answered with two more runs in the bottom of the third.  BeBeau and Hoffman each scored in the frame to give the Screaming Eagles a 5-2 advantage.

Once again, the Loggers needed an answer and the bottom of their order responded to the call. 

Raelee Williams got a lead-off walk, and quickly moved into scoring position with a double to left field by Izzy Teeters.  Williams would later score on a grounder to third base by Ilyana Winter, who also reached safely.

Mataya Eckert singled in Teeters with a hit to left center field.  A double by Kacy Eggebrecht plated two more runs for the Loggers, who now led 6-5.

But this was just the beginning of a monstrous inning for Phillips, who would send 15 Loggers to the plate in a 10-run avalanche. 

Momentum now firmly belonged to Phillips with a 12-5 lead after their half of the forth inning.

Brooke Eckert worked a quick bottom of the fourth and the Loggers came to bat looking for a knockout in the fifth. 

Phillips got what they were looking for with six more runs thanks to outstanding at-bats from the bottom of their order.  Miller and Raelee Williams scored on a 2-out RBI double by Paula Pomeroy.  The sophomore punched the ball to right center field on a full count pitch.

Teeters, Winter, Mataya Eckert, and Eggebrecht each scored after the Pomeroy dagger to push the Logger lead to 18-5.

Chequamegon got another run, but the game was called, 18-6, after five innings.

Phillips collected 15 hits on the night.  Lily Miller went 2 for 3 with 3 runs, 2 RBI and a home run.  Kacy Eggebrecht went 3 for 4 with 2 runs, 3 RBI, 1 double, and 1 stolen base.  Raelee Williams and Izzy Teeters each went 2 for 3 with 3 runs a piece.  Teeters had 1 double.

Brooke Eckert scattered 6 hits and struck out 4 for the Loggers.

The teams will face each other in Phillips Tuesday night.  Phillips improves to 3-0 while Chequamegon falls to 3-1.



APRIL 12, 2024:  PHILLIPS VERSUS PRENTICE

The Phillips Loggers softball team improved to 2-0 Friday night when they defeated the Prentice Buccaneers, 22-3.

The Loggers erupted for 10 runs in the first inning and were helped once again by the hot bat of Alie Williams.  The senior shortstop belted an inside-the-park home run to score two runs.  This came moments after Mataya Eckert ripped a double to left field and later scored on a Kacy Eggebrecht sac fly.

The Loggers used just four hits in the inning to manufacture the 10 run inning.

Prentice responded with two runs in the bottom of the first.  Aaliyah Murphy grounded out to Brooke Eckert to plate Karis Wear.  Kylee Scott later singled in Leah Nehls with a hit to right field.

Phillips then came back in the second inning with another 10 run outburst.  In a near carbon copy of the first inning, the Loggers used patience at the plate and came up with timely hits in the second. 

Mataya Eckert doubled again, and four other Loggers collected hits in the inning.  Phillips would grab a commanding 20-2 lead after an inning and a half.

Brooke Eckert worked a quick 1-2-3 second inning by striking out the side, and the Loggers would pick up their final two runs with RBI singles from Raelee Williams and Ilyana Winter.

Prentice tallied its final run in the third inning when Nehls scored on a Lydia Harding ground out.

Phillips collected 12 hits on the night.  Mataya Eckert led the way with a 4 for 4 night that included 2 doubles.  The speedy center fielder had 3 runs, 2 RBI, and a stolen base.  Ilyana Winter was also perfect at the plate by going 3 for 3 with 3 runs and 3 RBI.

Brooke Eckert allowed 2 hits and struck out 5 batters on the night.

Phillips (2-0) will look to extend their winning ways against undefeated Chequamegon (3-0) next Monday in Park Falls. 

Prentice (0-4-1) travels to Rib Lake (3-2) on Monday.



APRIL 9, 2024:  PHILLIPS VERSUS PRENTICE

The Phillips Loggers softball team picked up its first win of the season on Tuesday night by defeating the visiting Prentice Buccaneers, 13-3. 

The Loggers jumped out to a 5-0 lead in the first inning and never looked back against their Marawood North foe.

Alie Williams was a catalyst for the Loggers' offense by accounting for 5 of the team's 13 runs.  The senior shortstop scored 2 runs, swiped a base, and plated 3 other runs on a perfect 3 for 3 night at the plate.  Williams had an RBI triple in the first inning, a double in the second inning, and a 2 RBI single in the third inning. 

Early offense for the Loggers paved the way for pitcher Brooke Eckert.  The senior hurler limited the Bucs to 5 hits on the night while striking out 8 batters.  The win was the first of Eckert's career.

Not to be outdone by Williams and Eckert, a couple more seniors put together a solid night for the Loggers.

Kacy Eggebrecht reached base safely in her three plate appearances; walking twice and reaching on a hit-by-pitch.  The senior third baseman was a menace on the base paths with three stolen bases and three runs.

Izzy Teeters also went 2 for 3, with two RBI and 2 runs.

Lydia Harding led the Buccaneers with two hits; a single in the first, followed by an RBI triple in the third inning.  Harding had one run and also reached in the fifth via a hit-by-pitch.

Prentice (0-3) will host Phillips (1-0) this Friday in a rematch of county rivals.  Game time is scheduled for 4:45 p.m.


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PRENTICE SCHOOL DISTRICT ANNOUNCES PERFECT ATTENDANCE AND HONOR ROLL


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My Northern Wisconsin, Yesterday, 04:26 PM

   

Students were named for perfect attendance and honor roll for the third quarter of the 2023-24 school year in the Prentice School District.

Perfect Attendance 

Grade 4K:  Abigail Hackbarth
   
Grade K:  Grant Hoogland, Treyden Scott, Larry Vanderhoof
 
Grade 1:  Verena Vanderhoof
 
Grade 2:  Luca Borchardt, Varick Hamm, Starla Helke, Nathaniel Neumaier

Grade 3:  Aurora Kromrey

Grade 4:  Graceyn LaFontaine, Emma Lord, Christopher Vanderhoof

Grade 5:  Iris Blomberg, Statia Isaacson
   
Grade 6:  Blake Conner, Noah Gladson, Leah Reynolds, Elisabeth Schuetz, James Wagner   
       
Grade 7:  Riley Gillett, Trista Hoffman, Leah Lord, Nash Nikkila, Zane Thums

Grade 8:  Nash Franz, Morgan Nelson

High Honors 3.8 - 4.0 GPA

Grade 5:  Fern Banh, Iris Blomberg, Cayleigh Cook, Natalie Hamm, Mackenzie Hill, Statia Isaacson, Serenity Oswald

Grade 6:  Molliana Adams, Ila Hueckman

Grade 7:  Dean Blomberg, Riley Gillett, Trista Hoffman, Leah Lord, Mackenzie Lyons, Alivia Nelson, Ella Orysen, Owen Swan

Grade 8:  Josephine Bodenhagen, Madisyn Freeman, Mason Hause, Ledger Jones, Luke Orysen, Sofie Staroba

Honors 3.0 - 3.7 GPA

Grade 5:  Amiyah Burrier, Hayden Floyd, Kaylee Schult

Grade 6:  Bentley Borchardt, Payton Carlson, Blake Conner, Noah Gladson, Benjamin Minks, Kendra Nikkila, Elisabeth Schuetz, Abigail Suess, Elania Thornton

Grade 7:  Tristan Bacholl, Caleb Foster, Damien Lowe, Kacen Moore, Carter Murphy, Coltyn Ogg, Edwin Pocock, Bentley Starkey, Zane Thums, James Wadzinski

Grade 8:  Lexi Fahl, Hannah Gladson, Noah Gruber, Helena Hall, Piper Heikkinen, Morgan Nelson, Logan Raleigh

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High School Honor Roll

9th Grade Highest Honors (3.8 to 4.0 GPA):  Forest Banh, Luca Blomberg, Tristan Dettmering, Conner Fox, Lauren Geiger, Matti Heikkinen, Madison Holm, Hardy Hueckman, Hagan Isaacson, Rayne Klinger, William Rhody, Kate Schmidt, Kinlee Wear

9th Grade Honor Roll (3.0 to 3.79 GPA):  Deverick Hartmann, Mason Podeweltz, Gavin Polansky, Rhiannan Swanson, Korbin Thums

10th Grade Highest Honors (3.8 to 4.0 GPA):  Kayla Gillett, Eliah Harding, Heston Hueckman, Ryder Jones, Travis Macholl, Kylie Orysen, Breanna Swan

10th Grade Honor Roll (3.0 to 3.79 GPA):  Michael Bant, Ashyln Englund, Jaxson Franz, Blake Griebel, Aidan Hause, Justin Hoffman, Jackson Isaacson, Evan Lord, Emma Miller, Hunter Murphy, Nicholas Nikkila

11th Grade Highest Honors (3.8 to 4.0 GPA):  Emma Dettmering, Logan Geiger, Kali Heikkinen, Emily Jordan, Kendra Moore, Aaliyah Murphy, James Rhody, Abigail Schuetz, Jonas Staroba, Karis Wear

11th Grade Honor Roll (3.0 to 3.79 GPA):  Chloe Bittner, Angelina Koch, Jayce Komarek, Logan Nelson, Adam Raab, Owen Sarkkinen, Matthew Schmidt, Kylee Scott, Brayden Suess

Note:  The Prentice School District had the 12th grade highest honors and honor roll names switched.  One of our readers caught this error.  We reached out to the school district to confirm, and they apologized for the error.  The correct information is below, corrected on 4-16-2024 at 3 p.m.

12th Grade Highest Honors (3.8 to 4.0 GPA):  Hannah Bolles, Brooke Gilett, Lydia Harding, Caitlin Holm, Leah Nehls

12th Grade Honor Roll (3.0 to 3.79 GPA):  Avianna Bollman, Delaney Cloyd, Faith Helke, Gavin Jones, Andrew Murphy, Michael Murphy, Eric Norsian-Miller, Ethan Podeweltz, Liam Raab, Sebastian Rueth, Reegan Weinzatl, Aydin Yarbrough


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CHEQUAMEGON EAGLE AWARD & POP TABS WINNERS ANNOUNCED FOR MARCH 2024


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My Northern Wisconsin, Yesterday, 03:54 PM

Students in the Chequamegon School District were recognized with Eagle Awards and the collection of pop tabs.

Demonstrating "fairness," Park Falls Elementary School students earned the Eagle Award for March 2024.

   

Front row, left to right:
Mya Brown, Brooke Tourtillott, Everett Linescott, Mikayla Radlinger, Kaydin Dahlgren, Aiden Zirbel, and Vivienne Davis

Back row, left to right:
Easton Carper, Sophie Wegner, Dareck Schloer, Evelyn Beil, Jaxson McFadden, Scarlett Struck, Casey Kleczewski, and the Screaming Eagle

Mrs. Brunner's class won the contest for collecting the most pop tabs in March.  They collected 21 pounds of tabs.  The collection benefits the Ronald McDonald House in Marshfield.

   


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PHILLIPS: SUMMER ASSOCIATE


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My Northern Wisconsin, Yesterday, 01:39 AM

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Job Description

BW Papersystems is looking for a Summer Associate to provide assistance as a Material Handler within the Value Stream area. In this role, you will pick and package parts, and ship these parts for Outbound freight. Part of this role, you will receive inventory, build crates, and work with inventory management.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities (Essential Functions)

Filling and distributing basic materials and repair orders and working with.

Maintain records of all items received and those being shipped out.

External/Internal Warehouse Transfers.

Work Indoors as well as Outdoors for different projects as needed.

Support other areas of business as needed.

Unload incoming trucks as directed; inspect for damages; compare items and quantities received against freight bills.

Operate materials handling equipment such as forklift, pallet jacks, hand trucks or dollies to move stock or organize storage.

Actively participate in team meetings to communicate and help resolve any cost, quality, or production issues.

Regularly and effectively communicate and interact with other team members.

Maintain equipment and work area in a clean and orderly fashion.

Work in accordance with established safety procedures.

Perform other duties as assigned.

Required Education and Experience

High school Diploma or GED Equivalent

Able to lift 50 pounds, and have the ability to kneel, bend, stoop, and stand for at least 8 hours

Able to operate Microsoft Programs and can utilize a 10 key number pad

At Barry-Wehmiller we recognize that people come with a wealth of experience and talent beyond just the technical requirements of a job. If your experience is close to what you see listed here, please still consider applying. We know that our differences often can bring about innovation, excellence and meaningful work—therefore, people from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply to our positions. Please let us know if you require reasonable accommodations during the interview process. ​

Barry-Wehmiller is an equal opportunity employer. M/F/D/V This organization uses E-Verify.

Applicants may be subject to pre-employment screening which may include drug screening, reference checks, employment verifications, background screening and/or skills assessments.


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PHILLIPS: CONTROLS ENGINEER


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My Northern Wisconsin, Yesterday, 01:34 AM

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Job Description

Design and develop controls systems to automate processes and machines. Perform a wide variety of control design and application duties including, implementation of control algorithms in software, development of software data file structures, terminal display formatting, and software for data transmission with detailed emphasis on programming using PLC languages, motion control logic, and other higher-level languages. Develop, implement, and employ debugging and maintenance software in the development and maintenance of company products and related equipment. Structure machine parts for engineering projects and design machine drawings for engineering projects including schematics, panel layouts and other engineering drawings.

Essential Functions

Assist with developing engineering and functional system specifications based on sales, customer, and technical personnel

Assist with programming hardware/software to support machine-based control systems

Assist with and/or maintain program documentation related to diagnostics, information systems, data collection and communication with other peripheral equipment

Furnish documentation to product assembly and may assist with check-out, machine installation and startup of basic mechanical functionality and control system software

Design and develop basic electrical equipment

Prepare basic schematics, assemblies and bills of material with a focus on controls systems architecture

Travel to customer sites to support commissioning and startup of industrial equipment

Other duties as assigned

Job Specifications

Knowledge and experience with automated controls platforms such as Allen Bradley, Siemens, Beckhoff and B&R.

Knowledge of Control & Instrumentation Theory and Application; small computer and microprocessor programming techniques (Motion Control, PLC and Visual C++ languages)

Ability to read basic electrical controls schematics and other drawings

Knowledge of, or experience with, agile scrum methodology preferred.

Required Education and Experience:

Bachelor’s degree in electrical or controls engineering

Typically 2+ years' experience is preferred. Candidates who recently graduated from college will also be considered for entry level engineer position

At Barry-Wehmiller we recognize that people come with a wealth of experience and talent beyond just the technical requirements of a job. If your experience is close to what you see listed here, please still consider applying. We know that our differences often can bring about innovation, excellence and meaningful work—therefore, people from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply to our positions. Please let us know if you require reasonable accommodations during the interview process. ​

Barry-Wehmiller is an equal opportunity employer. M/F/D/V This organization uses E-Verify.

Applicants may be subject to pre-employment screening which may include drug screening, reference checks, employment verifications, background screening and/or skills assessments.


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PHILLIPS: SOFTWARE ENGINEER


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My Northern Wisconsin, Yesterday, 01:32 AM

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Job Description

Perform a wide variety of duties including implementation of control algorithms in software, development of software data file structures, terminal display formatting and software for data transmission with detailed emphasis on programming using assembly level languages, PLC languages, Visual C++ and other higher level languages. Also must be able to develop, implement and employ debugging and maintenance software in the development and maintenance of company products and related equipment.

At Barry-Wehmiller we recognize that people come with a wealth of experience and talent beyond just the technical requirements of a job. If your experience is close to what you see listed here, please still consider applying. We know that our differences often can bring about innovation, excellence and meaningful work—therefore, people from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply to our positions. Please let us know if you require reasonable accommodations during the interview process. ​

Barry-Wehmiller is an equal opportunity employer. M/F/D/V This organization uses E-Verify.

Applicants may be subject to pre-employment screening which may include drug screening, reference checks, employment verifications, background screening and/or skills assessments.


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HOMICIDE SUSPECT IN CUSTODY DUE TO SHOOTING IN PARK FALLS


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My Northern Wisconsin, 04-14-2024, 06:52 PM

   

At approximately 4:09 p.m. on Saturday, April 13, 2024, the Park Falls Police Department responded to a report of gunshots near the 600 block of 2nd Avenue North in Park Falls, Wisconsin.  Residents heard many sirens and saw multiple agencies responding to the scene.

Upon arrival, police found a deceased adult who had multiple gunshot wounds.

According to the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI), which is in investigating this incident, a handgun was found at the scene, and a suspect was taken into custody.  There is no danger to the public at this time.

DCI is reviewing evidence and will turn over its investigative reports to the Price County District attorney when the investigation is complete.

My Price County reached out to the Park Falls Police Department and Price County Sheriff's Office with questions and will update this article when new information is received.

Agencies assisting DCI include the Park Falls Police Department, Wisconsin State Patrol, Price County Sheriff’s Office, Phillips Police Department, Taylor County Sheriff’s Office, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Woodruff Police Department, and Oneida County Sheriff’s Office.


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RUSK COUNTY:  JELD-WEN TO CLOSE IN HAWKINS


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My Northern Wisconsin, 04-11-2024, 07:42 PM

   

JELD-WEN notified employees on Thursday, April 11, 2024 that they will be closing two manufacturing locations.  One is in Vista, California.  The other is in Hawkins, Wisconsin.

Hawkins manufactures wooden windows and has about 340 employees at the plant.  Most employees will no longer be employed at the plant by August 2024 with the full closure by March 2025.  That operation will be consolidated into the facility in Rantoul, Illinois.  The cost will be about $24 million to consolidate but will improve income by $7 million.

According to a press release, JELD-WEN said they made the decision to “simplify its North American windows operations.”  The company says this is a step in JELD-WEN’s transformation, which will strengthen the foundation of the company for profitable growth in the future.

Caryn Klebba, the head of global public relations, stated the company values the contributions of its employees who will be able to apply within the company in any open positions at other sites.

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SEGMENT OF HWY. 13 MAY BECOME AN ATV/UTV TRAIL IN PHILLIPS


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My Northern Wisconsin, 04-09-2024, 03:45 AM

   

At the city meeting in March 2024, there was discussion regarding a request to open Highway 13, from County Road F and South Airport Road to Fayette Street, for the ATV/UTV route.

Tyler Weber from an ATV club, and Jim Heizler who is the trail coordinator, were at the meeting to discuss the idea and answer questions.

Alderman Richard Heitkemper felt having this area designated for use by ATVs and UTVs would benefit the community and bring people from the northern part of the city by giving them more direct access to the city instead of going around the industrial park.

City Attorney Bryce Schoenborn discussed three statutory requirements that must be met to allow such use.  He stated the route cannot be part of the national highway system of defense highways, there must be a speed limit of 35 MPH or less, and it has to be in the city's jurisdiction.

Alderman John Klimowski stated the speed limit was 40 MPH for traffic in that area.  Dick Heitkemper stated a request would need to be made of the state to get the speed limit reduced.  However, Clerk Shelby Kosmer stated that in 2018 when there was interest in trying to open this area to ATVs and UTVs, the DOT denied the request to lower the speed limit.

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Tyler Weber stated there is a way around the 35 MPH speed if the city and county would approve an ordinance.  Tyler also gave the council a packet with information about the trail route along with a sample ordinance that was enacted by the Town of Bradley.

Chief Hauschild expressed concerns because there would be an influx of traffic during certain times, such as when school gets out every afternoon and when local manufacturing businesses have shift changes.  He suggested the council shut down such a trail if it became a traffic issue.
 
Aldermen Bill Elliott and John Klimowski motioned to recommend moving forward with an ordinance to open State Highway 13 for the ATV/UTV route going from County Road F and South Airport Road to Fayette Street.  The motion carried 6-0.

On the agenda for the Tuesday, April 9, 2024 meeting, which will be held at 5:30 p.m. in the council room at the municipal hall, there is discussion and possible action regarding the draft ordinance for the ATV/UTV route and bridge crossing from the intersection of County Road F and Fayette Street on Hwy 13.


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PRICE COUNTY: UNOFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS FOR SPRING 2024


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My Northern Wisconsin, 04-02-2024, 09:24 PM

   

Of the 11,548 eligible voters, of which 8,922 are registered to vote, 3,701 people voted in Price County for Spring 2024.  The unofficial election results show how Price County voted.  The Presidential Preference Vote and referendum questions are determined by the state total, which My Price County will also include once those numbers are released.

PRICE COUNTY PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE VOTE

DEMOCRATIC

Joe Biden 1,138 (Price County); won State of Wisconsin for Democratic ticket
Dean Phillips 43 (Price County)
Uninstructed Delegation 62 (Price County)

REPUBLICAN

Chris Christie 25 (Price County)
Vivek Ramaswamy 16 (Price County)
Ron DeSantis 67 (Price County)
Nikki Haley 200 (Price County)
Donald J. Trump 1,957 (Price County); won State of Wisconsin for Republican ticket
Uninstructed Delegation 62 (Price County)

STATE REFERENDUMS

Question 1 (Funds):
Yes 1,972 (Price County); won State of Wisconsin vote
No 1,376 (Price County)

Question 2 (Officials):
Yes 2,284 (Price County); won State of Wisconsin vote
No 1,165 (Price County)

JUDICIAL

CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE

Mark T. Fuhr 2,637

COUNTY

SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 1

Larry Palecek 154

SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 2

Michelle M. Drobnik 163

SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 3

Joe Baratka 215

SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 4

Jeff Hallstrand 324

SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 5

Jason Hastings 187

SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 6

Rodger A. Price 142
Paula Houdek 246

SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 7

Dennis Wartgow 102

SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 8

Alan L. Barkstrom 257

SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 9

Jordan Spacek 268

SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 10

Bob Kopisch 151

SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 11

Patricia Stephan 143

SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 12

Douglas Erickson 251

SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 13

Brian Ernst 237

MUNICIPAL

CITY OF PARK FALLS

ALDERPERSON - DISTRICT 1

Dennis Wartgow 54

ALDERPERSON - DISTRICT 2

James A. Corbett 64

ALDERPERSON - DISTRICT 3

Anthony Thier 80

ALDERPERSON - DISTRICT 4

Dina Bukachek 72

CITY OF PHILLIPS

MAYOR

Charles Peterson 232

ALDERMAN
AT-LARGE (3)


Jerry Clark 126
John Klimowski 188
Marty Stephan 114

VILLAGE OF CATAWBA

TRUSTEE

Cali Birdeau-Handel 24

VILLAGE OF KENNAN

TRUSTEE

Max Ericson 26

VILLAGE OF PRENTICE

TRUSTEE (3)

Brad Swenson 119
Brody Hartmann 113
Robert Orlandi 90

TOWN OF ELK

REFERENDUM #1 (Clerk appointment)

Yes 131
No 199

TOWN OF ELK

REFERENDUM #2 (Treasurer appointment)

Yes 126
No 204

TOWN OF WORCESTER

REFERENDUM #1 (Appointment)

Yes 266
No 214

REFERENDUM #2 (Land sale)

Yes 310
No 167

SCHOOL DISTRICTS

BUTTERNUT SCHOOL DISTRICT
AT-LARGE (2)

George Faltinosky 11

CHEQUAMEGON SCHOOL DISTRICT

SEAT 1

Michelle Schmidt 683

SEAT 2

Karen Thorp 579

SEAT 3

Write-in David Schmidt 12
Write-in Brianna Garrison 13

FLAMBEAU SCHOOL DISTRICT
AT-LARGE (2)

Brian Beardsley (registered write-in) 0
Lana Nelson (registered write-in) 0
Write-in Eric Bratnich 1
Write-in Mande Bratnich 1

PHILLIPS SCHOOL DISTRICT

SEAT 1

Justin P. Lindgren 775
Jon Pesko 782

SEAT 2

Marty Krog 1,183

SEAT 3

Hailey Halmstad 1,170

PRENTICE SCHOOL DISTRICT
SEAT 1

Emily Blomberg 731

SEAT 2

Nicholas Adams 697

SEAT 3

Dianne Gierman 392
Mallory Hueckman 453

REFERENDUM

Yes 407
No 480

RIB LAKE SCHOOL DISTRICT

SEAT 1

Jackie Mohr 51
Peter Meyer 47

SEAT 2

Nicole Glenzer 86

SEAT 3

Stacy Tlusty 83

REFERENDUM

Yes 65
No 48

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