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SPPD recovers stolen cemetery sign from home on County Trunk C

By Brandi Makuski Stevens Point police have recovered a stolen cemetery sign that’s been missing


SPFD announces 2021 Fill the Boot campaign

Metro Wire Staff The Stevens Point Fire Department has announced dates for the 2021 Fill


Portage Co. law enforcement nabs one suspect in triple homicide

By Brandi Makuski Numerous Portage Co. law enforcement agencies were in Amherst Wednesday night searching


Motorist dies following Thursday morning crash

By Brandi Makuski A 48-year-old man has died following a single-vehicle crash on Thursday morning.


Video: Village of Plover welcomes new officer

By Brandi Makuski The Village of Plover welcomed a new patrol officer on Monday. Andrew


Suspects in Saturday disturbance ID’d; witnesses sought

Metro Wire Staff Stevens Point police say they’ve identified two men they believe were involved


Deputies: Drunk driver sends one woman to trauma center, kills dog

By Brandi Makuski An Almond man is facing a single charge of operating while intoxicated/causing


Portage Co. Sheriff’s Office gives sendoff to deputy, K9

By Brandi Makuski Law enforcement and municipal employees from all across Central Wisconsin gathered in


Diversity committee declines resolution to ‘combat racism and sexism’

By Brandi Makuski A resolution asking the county to not support policies or training programs


Turnout for Lake Pacawa’s first 5K exceeds expectations

By Brandi Makuski Volunteers in the Village of Plover saw just over 300 people attend


SPASH head football coach resigns

Metro Wire Staff SPASH school officials have announced that head football coach Pete McAdams has


Public invited to ribbon-cutting for ‘state-of-the-art’ SPFD, MSTC training center

By Brandi Makuski The Stevens Point Fire Department has invited the public to attend its


Guns N’ Hoses schedules cookout fundraiser in lieu of race, softball game

Metro Wire Staff Portage County Guns and Hoses is easing back into action during COVID-19,


City to hold third round of public meetings on Bus. 51

By Brandi Makuski The City of Stevens Point invites the public to participate and provide


After more than three decades in public service, Mahoney set to retire

By Brandi Makuski Getting Plover Administrator Dan Mahoney to talk about anything not related to

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