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Village claim of property hits technicality snag
Holiday driving to be construction-free; $21M in business tax breaks handed out to 11 people; cheese heist reported -- again; eight more state news stories
VERDICT: Milberg acquitted on all charges
Milberg trial: Closing arguments begin this afternoon
State could get $13M to fight heroin, opioids; Walker unsure if he'll speak at RNC; Wisconsin boasting nation's top crops; nine more state news stories
crime and courts
Baseball: High school coaches respond to WIAA pitch rules
SCVBL: Georgakas leads RF to win over Hubbers
Cheese Curd course challenges runners
New trail opening in Kinnickinnic State Park
Legion Baseball: Experienced Conway steps in as head coach
VIDEO: Cheese Curd Festival 2016
Chickens come home to roost at Abode Gallery’s new “ANIMAL” art show
First-ever dual-sport motorcycle ride cruises into county
How country schools shaped America
Rockin’ on the river at Summerfest; mural contest winner announced
arts and entertainment
TOWN OF MARTELL: 7/12/16 Town Board Meeting
PUBLIC NOTICE: Transportation Grant Application - Spring Valley Seniors
VILLAGE OF ELLSWORTH: 7/12/16 Joint Review Board Meeting - re: TID 8
PIERCE COUNTY LAND MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE: 7/6/16 Meeting Agenda
SUMMONS: Lake City Fed. Bank v. Kathleen E. McNay, et al. Case 16-CV-100
Robert Carl Heppner, 89
Robert R. Harshman, 90
Ronald Ferber, 77
Keith W. Hinz, 84
Jean Johnson, 70
Kathleen Vinehout column: Birth, life and death of a bad idea
Ron Kind column: Securing the future of Wisconsin Dairy
Kathleen Vinehout column: Audit raises questions about clean water protection
Bay City president explains village position on eminent domain issue
Kathleen Vinehout column: School funding hits home
Real Estate Showcase
VIDEO: Milberg found not guilty in vehicular homicide case
June 12, 2013
Letter from Sen. Vinehout: Medicaid Plan: Do Lawmakers really know all the details?
"We want to make things better," one of the Finance Committee members recently told his colleagues. This Medicaid plan, he said, "Protects taxpayers,...
News / government / politics
June 12, 2013 - 11:44am
Letter from Rep. Petryk: Joint Finance Committee approves budget bill
The work on the Wisconsin budget bill (Assembly Bill 40) by the Joint Finance Committee (JFC) is now complete and the bill moves on to the full...
News / government / politics
June 12, 2013 - 11:33am
Summerfest pledges plenty of activities Saturday
MAIDEN ROCK--The annual Maiden Rock Summerfest celebration will be held this Saturday beginning at 11 a.m. in the Village Park. The party in the park will feature kids' games, a silent auction and prizes drawn all day (must be present to win). A spiffiest car in the park contest...
June 12, 2013 - 10:29am
All things highway
All things highway was the topic during the Prescott Kiwanis meeting May 30, as Pierce County Highway Commissioner Chad Johnson talked about...
June 12, 2013 - 10:22am
Traynor turns in the keys after 32 years
Over a recent week, Wisconsin State Trooper Bill Traynor conducted what he termed with a grin--his "goodbye tour," stopping at area police departments...
June 12, 2013 - 10:15am
State News Roundup: Caterpillar, Union reach agreement in Milwaukee
Union workers have approved a new six-year contract at the Caterpillar mining equipment plant in South Milwaukee. It's the first contract since...
June 12, 2013 - 9:40am
Government and Political Roundup: Debate on Abortion restrictions continue
Democrats in the Wisconsin Senate blocked approval yesterday of a Republican bill to require women to get ultrasounds before getting abortions....
News / government / politics
June 12, 2013 - 9:22am
Morning State Sports Roundup: Sun Prairie, Stoughton to play for Division One state baseball title
APPLETON - Sun Prairie and Stevens Point will play tomorrow for the Division 1 state high school spring baseball crown near Appleton. Defending champion Sun Prairie advanced to the title game by crushing Stoughton 15-5, in a semi-final ended in five innings by the mercy rule. Connor...
June 12, 2013 - 9:04am
June 11, 2013
Former Utica Energy plant near Oshkosh is going up for bids this summer.
OSHKOSH - Want to buy an ethanol plant? The former Utica Energy plant near Oshkosh is going up for bids this summer. The facility stopped making corn-based ethanol last September, as the business got $30-million in debt. Dougherty Funding of Minneapolis filed foreclosure proceedings...
June 11, 2013 - 3:42pm
Afternoon State News Briefs: Rare derecho on track to hit state
"Derecho" is not a common word among Wisconsin weather watchers - but it could be before the week is out. A derecho is a strong weather pattern that occurs every 1-to-2 years across the central and northeastern U.S., normally in a band from Texas to New England. The Upper Midwest...
June 11, 2013 - 3:28pm
BRF police looking for roomate of dead woman
BLACK RIVER FALLS - Authorities are searching for the roommate of a woman found dead over the weekend. Black River Falls Police say 34-year-old Angela Nelson was found dead at her residence on Sunday night. After an investigation, police have ruled the death a homicide. Authorities...
June 11, 2013 - 3:22pm
Volunteers pack 2,800 meals for food shelves
Think healthy eating has to be expensive? Think again. That's the message received by the more than 75 volunteers who helped pack 2,800 meals...
News / health
June 11, 2013 - 11:39am
Area TU chapter wins grant for Trimbelle restoration
The Hudson-based Kiap-TU-Wish chapter of Trout Unlimited has been awarded a $5,000 Embrace-A-Stream grant to help fund a continuing habitat restoration...
News / outdoors
June 11, 2013 - 10:21am
Danceline cut by Ellsworth School Board
A suggestion to discontinue danceline for the 2013-14 school year was accepted by the Ellsworth School Board Monday. Over the past two years, the interest in danceline has continued to get smaller and the issue of inconsistent commitment has continued, according to information provided...
News / education
June 11, 2013 - 9:15am
Morning State News Briefs: Gov. Walker names three persons to Board of Regents
MADISON - Governor Scott Walker says he hopes to add oversight and transparency to the University of Wisconsin system, by naming a former state auditor to the UW Board of Regents. Janice Mueller was one of three people named yesterday to the university's policy-setting body. She...
June 11, 2013 - 8:35am