Melissa Siegler, Marshfield News

Melissa Siegler

Marshfield News

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Recent:
  • Marshfield News
  • Daily Tribune Media
  • StevensPoint Journal
Past:
  • Daily Herald Media
  • Fond du Lac Reporter
  • SheboyganPress Media
  • HTR
  • Oshkosh Northwestern
  • Green Bay Press-Gaz.
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  • KENS 5
  • USA TODAY

Recent articles by Melissa:

Marshfield School Board candidates talk priorities, COVID-19 safety protocols ahead of Feb. 15 primary election

Marshfield school board candidates talk about their priorities and position on COVID-19 protocols in schools ahead of the Feb. 15 primary election. → Read More

South Wood County Humane Society raises more than $4,300 through viral Betty White challenge

The South Wood County Humane Society in Wisconsin Rapids participated in the Betty White Challenge, which would have been White's 100th birthday. → Read More

Wisconsin is in for an arctic blast this week with subzero temps, wind chills reaching 25 below in some areas

Extremely cold weather will move into the state Wednesday evening into Thursday and Friday. → Read More

Republican Brian Westrate announces bid for Wisconsin's 23rd State Senate District

Westrate announced his candidacy for the seat currently held by Kathy Bernier, R-Chippewa Falls. She announced last week she wouldn't seek a new term. → Read More

Contested races for mayor's office, school board take shape for Marshfield's spring election

The spring election will be April 5. Find out who will appear on your ballot for Marshfield mayor, common council and school board and Wood County Board. → Read More

Government shakeups, new businesses, COVID surges: Marshfield's most-read stories of 2021

See which stories Marshfield readers engaged with the most his year. → Read More

'Massive' crash Thursday morning backs up traffic on I-94 in western Wisconsin

The sheriff's office asked on their Facebook page that people avoid Interstate Highway 94 east and west bound. → Read More

28-year-old Curtiss man arrested in connection with October hit-and-run death in Taylor County

The victim, Titus Kottke, 27, of Athens, was pronounced dead at the scene, according to the Taylor County Sheriff's Office. → Read More

20-year-old Eau Pleine man pleads guilty in shooting death of Marshfield man

Jared R. Carl pleaded guilty Tuesday morning in the Dec. 29 shooting death of Christopher Schauer, of Marshfield. → Read More

'Udderly amazing': Herd of decorative Christmas cows in Stevens Point brightens the holiday season

A herd of inflatable cows decorates Melanie Kuolt's front yard in Stevens Point, and people are getting a kick out of it. → Read More

'It's just a very unusual event': Warm weather, strong winds and storms rare for December in Wisconsin

Wisconsin experienced record high temperatures and severe thunderstorms Wednesday, a rare occurrence for the middle of December. → Read More

Michael J. Fox to speak at The Grand Theater in Wausau this spring

The Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin announced Wednesday morning the "Back to the Future" star will appear in Wausau April 19. → Read More

Will Wisconsin have a white Christmas this year? It depends as midweek warmup will melt away chances for some

With record warm weather on the way this week, any small accumulations of snow are likely to melt. → Read More

Snow totals increase for Wisconsin winter storm expected Friday night, with highest amount nearly 12 inches

The heaviest snow is expected to fall after 6 p.m. Friday, → Read More

Two storm systems to hit Wisconsin Thursday to Saturday with biggest storm dropping 3 to 8 inches of snow

A small storm system will hit the state on Thursday followed by a bigger system Friday that will drop several inches of snow across the state. → Read More

Former Marshfield Mayor Bob McManus announces bid for seat after removal from office in March

McManus announced that he has taken out nomination papers. Other potential candidates include Ken Bargender, Evan Dayton and Lois TeStrake. → Read More

Biggby Coffee owner promises free coffee if Marshfield drivers stay crash-free Monday

The offer started as a joke posted on the Marshfield Police Department's Facebook page urging drivers to be careful on the roads Monday. → Read More

PCO Urethane in Marshfield acquired by Port Washington-based Molded Dimensions

PCO Urethane in Marshfield has been a manufacturer of parts for customers in agriculture, mining and other manufacturing fields since 1982. → Read More

Harbor Freight Tools to open in former Marshfield Younkers building this winter

Construction on the site has already begun. The company plans to release an opening date closer to the grand opening. → Read More

Goods deeds, reflections and buttons: Readers share their go-to Advent calendar traditions

These Wisconsinites have come up with their own advent calendar ideas that help them countdown the days to Christmas. → Read More