Plum City students earn Red Cross recognition
Ellsworth Ambulance Service gets $5,000 donation
Ellsworth Area Ambulance Service (EAAS) has accepted a donation of $5,000 from Fairmount Minerals Foundation in support for the purchase of a lifesavi...
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-- Lt. Col. Mark Weber, the Rosemount soldier who became an inspiration to many as he battled terminal cancer for nearly three years, died shortly after 4 p.m. Thursday, according to a post on his Caringbridge site.
-- Boat traffic on the Saint Croix River is being blocked this morning, until a broken cable can be fixed on the Stillwater Lift Bridge between Houlton Wisconsin and Stillwater Minnesota.
-- Attorneys are scheduled to make their opening arguments this morning in the Sheboygan County trial of Nathan Paape.
-- The full Wisconsin Legislature will start acting on the new state budget tomorrow.
-- Neither of Wisconsin’s two candidates made the Top-15 at the Miss USA Pageant in Las Vegas.
-- An Associated Press report identified a Minneapolis man as the commander of a Nazi-led military unit from World War II, and 94-year-old Michael Karkoc's son Andrij has made a statement denying the allegations, saying, "My father was never a Nazi."
-- The Milwaukee Brewers are back in last place after losing 2-of-3 at Cincinnati.
-- Steve Stricker of Madison triple-bogeyed his second hole and never recovered yesterday, as he finished in a tie for eighth at the U-S Open near Philadelphia.
-- A record crowd of just over nine-thousand attended Donald Driver’s annual charity softball game near Appleton yesterday.
-- Former Twins All-Star outfielder Torii Hunter connected on his 300th career home run to back 7 2/3 strong innings from Doug Fister as the Detroit Tigers took the rubber match of a three-game series with the Minnesota Twins by posting a 5-2 decision at Target Field.