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Plum City teen competing in Miss Snowflake pageant
UPDATE: Ellsworth man serious after his vehicle rolls
Land Conservation accepting orders for tree program
Hastings couple represents both sides of political debate
Help sought identifying body
crime and courts
WISCONSIN SPORTS ROUNDUP: Bucks drop exhibition finale to Minnesota
MINNESOTA SPORTS ROUNDUP: Wild locks up Coyle to five-year deal
PIERCE COUNTY PREP SCOREBOARD - Oct. 21, 2014
Spring Valley spikers hold on to beat Mondovi
MINNESOTA SPORTS ROUNDUP: Twins meet with Molitor for a third time
Where to see ghosts, monsters in area
Students raise money for well
64th annual Pierce County Dairy Banquet
Binkowski named Social Worker of the Year
Elmwood Homecoming 2014
arts and entertainment
PIERCE COUNTY: 10/28/14 Board Meeting Agenda
TOWN OF TRIMBELLE: 9/9/14 Board Meeting Minutes
ADJOURNED FORECLOSURE: Deutsche Bank v. Kristine Abrahamson, Case No. 13-CV-224
TOWN OF HARTLAND: 10/28/14 Public Test of Voting Equipment
TOWN OF ISABELLE: 10/27/14 Public Test of Voting Equipment
Mildred M. Coulson, 88
Selma E. Johnson, 96
Eugene E. Cook, 74
John Arthur Dretsch, 51
Lucille Olstad, 96
Get Out! Deals
August 15, 2011
Obama enlists Minnesotans for political fight
The Democratic president, in what many called his first campaign swing of a re-election bid, urged the 500 people gathered in along the Cannon River to tell members of Congress: "It is time for games to stop.
August 15, 2011 - 12:58pm
Minnesotans await Obama in Cannon Falls park
Residents of the first two states Obama plans to visit, Minnesota and Iowa, closely watched Republican presidential contenders in recent days...
August 15, 2011 - 11:53am
February 2, 2009
Assembly committee expected to stop fundraising during budget time
The state Assembly's Organization Committee is expected to act Wednesday to stop members from raising campaign money while the budget is debated. For years, lawmakers have held fundraisers where special interests made donations, while budget items for their industries were still...
February 2, 2009 - 12:00am
November 24, 2008
New Internet tool will make it easier to follow political cash
It will soon be easier to follow the money in Wisconsin politics. A new Internet tool for keeping track of political contributions will go online early next year. The state Government Accountability Board tested the new system last week. It will go on that agency's Web site. The...
November 24, 2008 - 9:00am
November 4, 2008
Judge rules ad can go back on the air
A state appeals court ruled Monday that a political radio ad which a judge took off the air on Saturday can go back on. The Fourth District Appellate Court in Madison suspended a restraining order against the ad, imposed Saturday by Jackson County Circuit Judge Thomas Lister. He...
November 4, 2008 - 9:00am
October 15, 2008
Letter: He examines Internet and the political process
TO THE EDITOR: There are some indications the political climate is changing. For some 230 years, lobbyists and special interests have controlled the political arena. There are signs that the tide is changing. One tremendous agent of change is the Internet. Before the Internet,...
October 15, 2008 - 12:00am
July 28, 2008
Olympics expected to bring most political ads ever to state
Enjoy the Olympics and then get ready for an invasion of TV ads from the presidential candidates and a host of interest groups. With the final major convention not ending until after Labor Day, everybody will have a much shorter time period to convince people to vote their way. With...
July 28, 2008 - 9:00am
June 16, 2008
Poll finds GOP may have tough election, but independents tilting
A new Wisconsin poll says Republicans have a tougher election challenge than Democrats this fall, but GOP legislative candidates will do better in courting independents. The poll is from University of Wisconsin-Madison and WisPolitics.com. More than half the 506 likely voters said...
June 16, 2008 - 12:00am