Local governments would have less of a say in how they regulate businesses under a provision added to the state budget.
Parts of western Wisconsin were briefly underwater Monday as torrential rains closed highways and flooded roads.
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos said Monday that Republican legislative leaders knew in advance about sweeping changes to Wisconsin's open records laws that were added to the budget last week.
Milwaukee Bucks President Peter Feigin encountered some skeptical state lawmakers Monday as he testified that the NBA would move the team unless the Bucks break ground on a new arena this year.
During a Monday news conference announcing both a Milwaukee Bucks pre-season game and training camp in Madison, University of Wisconsin athletics officials voiced their support for a new Bucks arena.
The Hayward Golf Club Ladies Invitational was held Wednesday, June 24. The top teams were: Flight 1—First, Pat Martin, Shirley Redmond, Loretta Book, Carolyn Terwilliger, 65; second, Kathy Bross, Ann Harris, Kathy Mathis, Becky Shay, 68; Flight 2—First, Jill Bonicatto, Peggy Dobbs, Tali John…
When some hear the decline of walleyes in the state is happening at the same time bass are increasing, it’s tempting to think “eat a bass, save a walleye.”
Paul Cook, a shoreland restoration expert with Burnett County Land and Water Conservation Department, said a restored shoreland does not have to look like a flower garden; in fact, the closer it mirrors what nature conjures up the better.
Vote for favorite new life jacket design by July 8
Mark Moran, antique appraiser, will appear at the Weiss Community Library for an appraisal event from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday, July 10.
The Chequamegon Children’s Theater will hold casting for the summer 2015 musical, “Into the Woods,” on Thursday, July 9, beginning at 9 a.m. at the UCC Church in Cable.
Author Janet Kay will be signing books at Book World in Hayward from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, July 5.
VA expands disability benefits
Strong winds blew down a swath of trees, leaving jagged trunks jutting from the earth.
The Fourth of July is upon us and it means visitors, food and fireworks for many of us. The ASPCA has sent out information about the “Top 4 Pet Toxicities of July 4” and asked that we share it with our supporters. These concerns are not limited to just the Fourth of July.