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Public education started down the statewide voucher path with the start of the school year across Wisconsin. While things might not look different on the outside, big changes are happening in the state’s public education system.
As most of us know, the business of sand mining has grown dramatically in Wisconsin and especially here in Western Wisconsin. There has been a sand mining facility in Menomonie...
Red flags went up in a Woodbury store after a woman presented a driver’s license purporting it wouldn’t expire for more than 50 years.
Multiple law enforcement agencies conducted a search of a Glenwood hotel Thursday afternoon after a public tip about a person matching the description of a “person of interest” in a killing Monday in Granite Falls.
The Board of Commissioners of Public Lands (BCPL) has approved nearly $1.7 million in State Trust Fund Loans to support seven municipal projects in Wisconsin.
Since May 2012, the Ad Hoc Facilities Committee for the Ellsworth School District has been working to develop plans to address the ongoing facility needs of our school district.
Given the importance of information and communication to our economy and in our daily lives, improving technology is critical to ensuring accessibility and connectivity to the Internet.
“What am I going to do about health insurance?” the woman at the picnic recently asked me. She had no health insurance and had several health problems.
Congratulations to Majority Leader Suder and Representative Honadel My sincerest congratulations to two of my colleagues who recently announced their retirements from the state Assembly. It has been my distinct...
A man suspected of supplying the heroin that killed Alex Solberg of Hudson last December has been charged with first-degree reckless homicide in St. Croix County Court.