Sarah J. Nigbor serves as a regional editor for RiverTown Multimedia, a position she began in April 2017. She joined RiverTown Multimedia in October 2013 as a news reporter for the New Richmond News, before being appointed editor of the Pierce County Herald in Febraury 2015. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Spanish and French in 2001. She completed a minor in journalism in 2004.
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BELDENVILLE, Wis. — The voters have spoken. Clyde’s Corner’s Jerk Burger has been crowned king of the inaugural Ellsworth Area Burger Battle. The American Cancer Society partnered with seven area restaurants to sell punch cards raising money for the American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Pierce County. Punch cards were sold for a $30 donation; 100 punch cards were sold totaling $3,000.
TOWN OF DIAMOND BLUFF — A Hager City man was airlifted early Friday morning after his vehicle rolled several times near Diamond Bluff. Police were notified of the single vehicle...
UPDATE -- Pierce County Fair manager Ann Webb posted this update on the fair Facebook page concerning parking: "Parking at the Fairgrounds is VERY limited and at this time full. Use the Shuttle Service that is new this year. We are adding a pick up location for today at the Ellsworth High School rear parking lot. Today's service is free. There will be a continuous loop from the EHS lot to the Grounds. We are OPEN! Carnival is OPEN!"
TOWN OF DIAMOND BLUFF -- A River Falls man was airlifted to the hospital after rolling his vehicle multiple times during a traffic stop attempt by law enforcement late Tuesday...
PIERCE COUNTY -- Unofficial election results declare Kathy Fuchs the winner of the Pierce County Treasurer’s seat following the Aug. 9 primary election with 851 votes. Fuchs, who squared off against Republican candidate Michele Burg, has essentially won the seat as no Democrat is running against her on the Nov. 8 ballot. Burg, the current village clerk/treasurer of Plum City, received 593 votes.
BAY CITY -- Bay City Village attorney Robert Loberg had quite a bit to say at the June 15 meeting about a Direct Legislation petition submitted to the village by Bay City resident Kent Carlson on behalf of a contingent of Bay City voters. According to Loberg, the request filed with Bay City village clerk Shawnie King May 27 didn’t meet the requirements of the state’s direct legislation statute and was returned.
Bay City Village attorney Robert Loberg had quite a bit to say at the June 15 meeting about a Direct Legislation petition submitted to the village by Bay City resident Kent Carlson on behalf of a contingent of Bay City voters. According to Loberg, the request filed with Bay City village clerk Shawnie King May 27 didn’t meet the requirements of the state’s direct legislation statute and was returned.
PRESCOTT -- The Great River Road Theatre is promising a show that will knock your socks off for its 2016 summer production. Attendees can look forward to scores of musical numbers, dancing and creative choreography in “The Little Mermaid,” to be staged at Public Square Park in Prescott. Performances are set for 7 p.m. July 8-9 and July 14-16, and 1 p.m. July 10 and July 17. Director Judy Johnson, of River Falls, is positive the show will be a crowd pleaser.
ELLSWORTH -- Closing arguments in the trial of a Centuria woman accused of using a Facebook messaging app while driving on the day her daughter and two nieces died in...
BAY CITY -- A Bay City teen was struck by the vehicle he had been riding on when he apparently fell off it Friday evening. Cody R. Sullivan, 17, was...