A 2001 Amery graduate feels several instructors during his high career left an impact on him and now he is paying it forward as a teacher in the U.S. Air Force.
The City of Amery has been dealing with goose issues for a handful of years now. According to Alderman Rick Van Blaricom, the three-prong approach the city has been taking is working and he believes they stick with it.
The interview with Bill and Judi Baldwin in last week’s Amery Free Press prompted memories to flood the minds of many readers who were a part of the Amery High School Band family. Former marching Warriors and their families had fond recollections of concerts, band trips and parades.
If you enjoy bumping into people that you haven’t seen in ages, indulging in food booth cuisine, and watching various floats glide through a parade filled with the music of marching bands, you have 25 men to thank.
You could call it a journey for Journey. Amery’s Journey church recently traveled to Guatemala as part of a mission trip and it proved to leave a lasting impression on each of the travelers.
Early last week a few community members saw what they are suggesting could be a black panther in the area. They are not claiming they saw the Black Panther superhero out of the Marvel Comics film and they are not talking about a member of the political organization founded in Oakland, Califo…
This is certainly not Bill and Judi Baldwin’s first stroll through the Amery Fall Festival parade. The Baldwins have been named Grand Marshals of the 2019 event. During the Grand Parade Saturday, September 14, you will see the couple being driven down Keller Avenue, which will be a little di…
Members of the Amery Board of Education have approved athletic code changes. According to Athletic Director Jeff Fern, the new athletic code will go into effect once he has met with all fall athletic teams. If an infraction has occurred, it seems like honesty is the player’s best policy.
“I don’t really like the name ‘cold case’ as I think it implies we have pushed it off to the side and as law enforcement, we never give up, we never quit searching for the answers,” said Polk County Sheriff Brent Waak during a press conference August 23 regarding the 2009 disappearance of Ro…
Christopher Ronald Weiss, 46, New Richmond, has been charged with repeat methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia possession after an officer was dispatched to Amery Kwik trip August 7 for a possible impaired driver.
Wisconsin Wrestling Online in coordination with the Wisconsin Wrestling Coaches Association has named their second Academic All-State Wrestling Honors list. Wrestlers with a combination of high academic and wrestling achievement have been recognized.
Chad Leonard has been appointed the City of Amery’s newest Alderperson for Wards 1 and 2 filling the seat previously held by Rick Davis. His term will expire in 2022. Leonard grew up in Morris, Minnesota, and has lived in Amery for about 14 years.
After colliding into a vehicle and continuing to drive, Wanda Burstad, 53, Amery, has been charged with operating while intoxicated (OWI) for the fifth time as well as hit and run in connection with an Aug. 15 incident.
Along with the beauty of trees, plants, flowers and wildlife that sit on nature’s palette, a new piece of artwork will catch the eyes of Stower Trail users.
An attempted escape from the St. Croix County jail has two new charges placed against Brandon Lieffring, 37, the New Richmond man charged with the July death of a 39-year-old Dustin Kalland.
A large group gathered Monday, August 19 to witness the groundbreaking of the Dick’s Fresh Market renovation. With that first scoop of dirt, shopping, as Dick’s customers know it, is about to change. 8,000 square feet holding an expanded deli and produce section, a walk-in beer and wine cool…
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) hosted its largest National Leadership Conference to date with more than 8,700 attendees in Anaheim, California. Emily Larson from Amery High School, was recognized as a Master Advisor amongst 42 fellow 2019 Master Advisor recipients aw…