MADISON – A "public outcry" about drugs sales at the J.C. Moon boutique resulted in the owners charged in federal court U.S. Attorney John Vaudreuil said Thursday after James Morrison and Anna Novak pleaded guilty to drug and tax offenses.
Small drones designed to help farmers monitor crop conditions are among the popular innovations at this year's Farm Technology Days in Sun Prairie.
On Aug. 29 and Sept. 5 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center (NGLVC) is hosting its first monarch tagging program and needs people of all ages to help capture and tag monarch butterflies.
The Ashland Oredockers boys soccer team came from behind to defeat the Superior Spartans 3-2 in the Lake Superior Conference and home opener Thursday afternoon.
The 2015 Lake Superior Business and Technology Conference, to be held Friday at the Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College in Ashland, will focus on shaping the region’s future through innovation and economic development.
The speaker of the state Assembly says a budget provision introduced last week limiting local control would allow a pipeline expansion to move forward.
Legislative drafting files show an energy firm had a hand in crafting proposed changes to the Wisconsin's eminent domain law.
Family ties get stretched to the breaking point in the Joe DiPietro comedy “Over the River and Through the Woods,” yet miraculously pull back together in the most screwball ways. On stage through Sept. 6, the Sidekick Theatre production is a hilarious and heartwarming look at love through ge…
Honor the Earth’s third annual Love Water Not Oil tour kicked off on Thursday with a three-day fundraiser and celebration of Honor the Earth Executive Director Winona LaDuke’s birthday at Tom’s Burned Down Café on Madeline Island.
CABLE — The Cable Hayward Area Art Council invites everyone to a rous-ing celebration finale for the summer long Gallery on Main Street. The party and final bidding on art pieces is Aug. 30 from 4- 6:30 p.m. at Lakewoods Resort on Highway M west of Cable.
There is something about a bowl of hot oatmeal for breakfast that smacks of the past. Old-fashioned fare, oatmeal has been around for hundreds of years, and probably much longer. Maybe that is part of the reason why what happened at a local eatery last Saturday bears discussion.