City Times Staff A snowy creation on Clark St. protects itself from a mild rainy Friday on March 24. Snow
City Times Staff The Dewey Shooting Range will have a special early season opening to accommodate turkey hunters and others wishing
For the City Times Celebrate spring this April by learning about the plants, animals and people of Portage County through
For the City Times CAP Services, who partners with Mid-State Technical College and the IRS to offer the Volunteer Income
To the Editor- The Stevens Point Area Public School District Board of Education recently passed a resolution calling upon the
By Tim “Shoe” Sullivan The weather was great recently, so I hauled out the Weber grill I bought 10 years ago.
By Robert Whitmire The University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point held a re-dedication ceremony for the University’s Learning Resource Center
By Brandi Makuski A 32-year-old man has pleaded not guilty after being accused of trading marijuana for oral sex with teenage boys.
For the City Times The Bill Cook Chapter of the Izaak Walton League will host a listening session for the
City Times Staff The Stevens Point Noon Optimist Club has honored one local sixth grader as its March Youth of
City Times Staff Fresh strawberries from Florida are on their way to Central Wisconsin. The Fruit Club, a national fruit
For the City Times Nurses play a critical role on the team of home health care providing patient care. To
For the City Times A Montreal-based jazz group with ties to Stevens Point will perform at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens
By Brandi Makuski There’s no such thing as a slow day at Dave’s Body Shop, but owner Dave Suchon never
By Brandi Makuski Five Portage Co. veterans will board the Never Forgotten Honor Flight this spring, thanks to a record
By Brandi Makuski A 21-year-old man has been sentenced to 12 years for repeat sexual offenses against the same child.
For the City Times Students interested in earning degrees in both engineering and physics over a shorter span of time
For the CIty Times Representative Katrina Shankland will hold budget office hours on Monday, March 20 at the Portage County Library
By Robert Whitmire A full slate of spring sports will be underway soon at SPASH with track and field, baseball,
By Jacob Mathias Reverse the polarity of the neutron flow because it’s about to get wibbly wobbly in Stevens Point.
By Tim “Shoe “ Sullivan and Chelsea Stenzel Outstanding defense, clutch free throws, and a huge long-range bomb by Andrew
For the City Times Farmshed will hold a fruit tree grafting workshop on April 8. Owners of Field Notes Farm will