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Students return to budget-slashed campus
Tax funding for Planned Parenthood debated; senators hear pleas for more precautions against oil train disasters; 12 more Wisconsin stories
Woman escaped alleged brutal Saturday night attack: Kirkland charged with multiple felonies
What’s next for the old care center space?
Vehicles, alarm, building receive board’s attention
crime and courts
Wild Side: Aerial acrobats off to South America
Prescott football sees mistakes in loss to SCF
Hillclimb returns to Bay City on Sunday
Prescott CC runs in Extreme meet at RF
Spring Valley, Ellsworth, E-PC runners compete at Boyceville
If it’s an unusual fest, Ellsworth’s got it!
Rolling out the dough 100 pies at a time
Self-proclaimed ‘river nut’ will serve as grand marshal
Like ‘fish-out-of-water’, Ladnier’s getting feet wet
Totally Awesome 80s makes for rocking celebration
arts and entertainment
PIERCE COUNTY VETERANS SERVICE COMMITTEE: 9/3/15 Meeting Agenda
PIERCE COUNTY: 9/9/15 Highway Committee Meeting Agenda
TOWN OF TRIMBELLE: 9/8/15 Town Board Meeting
PIERCE COUNTY LAND MGT: 9/16/15 Hearing - Sludge Disposal Permit
TOWN OF HARTLAND: 9/8/15 Town Board Meeting
Bonnie J. Bauer, age 74
Bruce Wayne Lindquist, 44
Gladys "Kitty" Inez Peterson, 89
Robert Russell Dopp, 37
Warren Petryk column: Interstate compact medical legislation
Ron Kind column: Back to school
Kathleen Vinehout column: Health still a top political issue
Kathleen Vinehout column: Lack of rural Broadband frustrates fair-goers
Sheila Harsdorf column: Delivering on property tax relief
November 19, 2009
Six Wisconsin House districts that don't exist get $2 million from federal stimulus
Six Wisconsin House districts that don't exist are listed as getting more than $2 million from the federal stimulus package. The state has eight House districts. But the Franklin Center for Government and Public Integrity said a phantom Ninth Congressional District got stimulus...
November 19, 2009 - 9:00am
October 14, 2009
State lawmakers quibble about economic stimulus cash spending
Finger-pointing is in high gear at the State Capitol over the way the government is spending its federal stimulus cash. Officials said Tuesday that almost 8,300 jobs have been created or maintained by the $680 million the state spent so far and three of every four were government...
October 14, 2009 - 9:08am
September 22, 2009
Sheboygan votes 'no' to $2 million in federal stimulus
The city of Sheboygan is saying "no" to more than $2 million in federal stimulus cash. The Common Council voted 8-7 Monday against an offer to take funding to buy five new transit buses for the city. They would replace five buses that are 20 years old with smaller, air-conditioned...
September 22, 2009 - 9:58am
August 11, 2009
School districts receive federal funds for homeless students
Thirty Wisconsin school districts will get federal funds to help homeless students and their families. Only about 12 school systems normally get the money. But thanks to the stimulus package, Wisconsin is getting an extra $900,000 on top of the $688,000 from the homeless aid program....
August 11, 2009 - 9:00am
August 7, 2009
Oberstar lauds stimulus as helping recovery
BEMIDJI, Minn. -- "This is Recovery City," U.S. Rep. Jim Oberstar, DFL-8th District, called Bemidji after a tour Thursday of millions of dollars in federal stimulus projects. From the $100,000 brand-new Paul Bunyan Transit bus used for the tour to stopping to wrap his knuckle on...
August 7, 2009 - 7:18am
August 6, 2009
Milwaukee firm gets almost $300 million to make batteries for hybrid vehicles
Johnson Controls of suburban Milwaukee is getting almost $300 million in the federal stimulus to make batteries for hybrid vehicles at a plant in Michigan. It's part of a $2.4 billion effort announced Wednesday to create the batteries, which are said to be the biggest factor to...
August 6, 2009 - 8:40am
July 31, 2009
Wisconsin one of few states using bridge repair money as intended
Wisconsin is apparently one of just a few states to use federal stimulus bridge repair money for the purpose it was intended. Ninety-four percent of the Wisconsin bridge funding is being used to fix structures found to be deficient or obsolete. But nationally, the Associated Press...
July 31, 2009 - 9:00am