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Dealing with bullying: Tips for parents

About twenty-five percent of kids between the ages of 12-18 say they have been bullied in the past year. Anne Clarkson, digital parenting education specialist with UW-Extension works on parenting education and child development. She suggests three tips for parents to use to prevent and help stop bullying.


Business On Stage

Inventors & Entrepreneurs Program Featuring: Entrepreneurs John & Mary Thiel, Tuesday, October 28, 2014 at 6pm at the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center, Presentation on: “A Howling Year Round Success!”

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4-H Online Enrollment & Re-Enrollment

Re-Enrollment For 2014-2015 Re-enrollment, the 4HOnline Re-Enrollment Guidelines have step-by-step instructions for the re-enrollment process. To get started with the re-enrollment process, log into 4-H Online, click Continue to Family, then for each family member you will have to click on Enroll for 2014-2015. Proceed through the information updating or filling in as needed, clicking […]

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Daycare Survey for Parents

Childcare survey for residents in Ashland County with children 0 to 12 years-old. Please take the time to fill out this survey to determine the extent of unmet need for additional childcare in our area.


Science Mondays

Upcoming Science Monday Programs include I Spy Wildlife on 11/17/2014 and Rate a Plate: What’s in your Food on 1/19/2015.

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Resources You Can Borrow!

The UW-Extension Ashland County office has many resources including equipment lending of food dehydrators, pressure canners, and juicer/steamers and test kits including water test kits and soil sample bags. To learn more click on this link or call the UW-Extension Ashland County Office at 715-682-7017.

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Check your free credit report 3X per year

Federal law gives everyone the right to a free credit report from each of the three major credit bureaus every 12 months. The University of Wisconsin-Extension makes it easy for consumers to review their reports through its “Check Your Free Credit Report: 2/2, 6/6, 10/10” campaign.