For the City Times Rep. Katrina Shankland will hold office hours on Friday, Feb. 24 at the Central Wisconsin Electric Cooperative
City Times Staff Samantha Windsor had no idea what was about to happen. Windsor’s boyfriend, Jason Raasch, had just risen
City Times Staff Pull out your tents and thermal underwear- Belts’ Soft Serve is opening Friday, March 3. Residents in
For the City Times A major milestone was reached at DigiCOPY in January 2017, when, after only 10 months, the millionth
By Tim “Shoe” Sullivan Some people collect coins. Others collect stamps. Both are great hobbies. My collection is somewhat different.
For the City Times The Stevens Point Area Public School District Point will open 4K registration on Feb. 20 at
For the City Times Central Rivers Farmshed will host a beekeeping workshop on March 4. The workshop will provide a thorough
City Times Staff Girl’s rugby is coming to SPASH this fall. Rugby is a physical sport combining some elements of
Dear Staff, Students, Parents, Law Enforcement and Community, I would like to take a moment this afternoon to address the
By Sherry Noska Panther’s varsity hockey players earned their spot in the sectional semifinals next week after an easy win
City Times Staff The city has a new water superintendent Eric Southworth, 32, took over recently for Gary Kuplic, the
By Robert Whitmire The SPASH boys basketball team found itself in a battle to the end managing to pull out
By Brandi Makuski A former Plover doctor has been convicted of sexually assaulting his patients while employed at Plover Family Practice.
For the City Times Johnnie Wilson of Stevens Point is the lucky winner of the $187,000 jackpot from the Tuesday,
For the City Times Three choirs will join with two guest performers in an upcoming concert at the University of
By Tim “Shoe” Sullivan Wednesday, Feb. 15 was a historic night in Stevens Point Rec League basketball. Arriel Council, Sr.
City Times Staff Michigan-based MC Sports has announced it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy this week. The company has begun
For the City Times CAP Services’ Stevens Point Head Start programs are now accepting applications for the 2017-18 school year.
To the Editor- Congratulations to Donald Trump and Mike Pence as they have taken over the White House. I am
For the City Times The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point has earned accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of
By Brandi Makuski A Wisconsin Rapids man was cited for his first OWI offense after getting stuck in a playing
By Tim “Shoe” Sullivan In my opinion, the Unique Bar was the best tavern ever in Stevens Point. And it’s