The head of a conservative group that was targeted in a now-closed John Doe investigation said Thursday that the best way to diminish the power of groups like his is to increase what people can give to candidates.
Health care advocates say two changes have the potential to alter the landscape for people's end-of-life planning: One has to do with how physicians are compensated, while the other has to do with how people talk about plans for their own death.
Firefighters and footballers are hoping to distribute child ID kits to families across the state.
The Chippewa Flowage Pickleball Classic will be held at Treeland Resorts Friday through Sunday, July 31-Aug. 2.
The Northwest Wisconsin Junior Golf Tour concluded its summer season with an event at Nemadji Golf Course in Superior Tuesday, July 21. The results were:
The Lumberjack Run around Lake Hayward drew 95 runners on a foggy but cool Saturday morning, July 25. Co-sponsored by the American Birkebeiner Ski Foundation and the Lumberjack World Championships, the 4.7-mile run/walk started and finished in front of the Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame.
The Hayward Lakes Chapter of Muskies Inc. will host their annual Kids Fishing Day Sunday, Aug. 2, from 9 a.m. to noon. The event is headquartered at Beer Bellies Bar and Restaurant on Highway 77, 11 miles east of Hayward.
The Professional Musky Tournament Trail will visit Lake Vermilion near Tower, Minnesota, Friday and Saturday, Aug. 7-8, for Musky Hunter Magazine`s Fall Meltdown.
The Hayward Bass Club’s seventh annual Chippewa Flowage Open Tournament drew 31 teams totaling 61 anglers on a very warm Sunday July 26.
“I know what my name is
Hayward community radio station WOJB will welcome back Canadian alternative country singer-songwriter Fred Eaglesmith for a solo concert Thursday, Aug. 6, at The Potter’s Shed in Shell Lake, with special guest Tif Ginn opening the show.
Local author James Brakken of Cable will unveil his newest book, “The Moose and Wilbur P. Dilby,” at a series of six events beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 1, at the Winter Town Hall, and then from 1 to 3 p.m. at Up North Coffee in Stone Lake, also on Saturday.
“Your own mind is a sacred enclosure into which nothing harmful can enter except by your permission.” —Arnold Bennett
State officials are pushing for a quick federal court ruling that will allow Wisconsin to drug test single, able-bodied adults who get food stamps. The plea to the courts came shortly after Gov. Scott Walker signed the 2015-2017 state budget bill that included the drug-testing idea.