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MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The Wisconsin Senate voted along party lines Thursday to pass a Republican-authored $250 million income tax cut, setting up a vote later in the day in the Assembly to send the plan to Democratic Gov. Tony Evers.

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As we look around at all the snow in backyards and piled along road edges, most of us are probably tired of winter and dream of heading somewhere warm and green, maybe even straight to a steamy climate. But have you ever heard of tropical residents coming to wintery northern Wisconsin on purpose?

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According to preliminary election results provided by the Price County Clerk’s Office, Price County voters reflected residents’ choices across Wisconsin in Tuesday’s primary election, choosing Democrat Tricia Zunker and Republican Tom Tiffany as candidates to replace former 7th District Cong…

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MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The Republican-controlled Wisconsin Assembly approved a resolution Tuesday to call a convention of the states to consider making changes to the U.S. Constitution, despite arguments against from Democrats who called such a move dangerous.

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MADISON — Incumbent Justice Dan Kelly and Dane County Circuit Judge Jill Karofsky emerged from a three-way state Supreme Court primary Tuesday, besting Marquette University law professor Ed Fallone to advance to the April general election.

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Individuals who will soon be eligible for Medicare are invited to learn how Medicare plans offered by Security Health Plan of Wisconsin, Inc., can help them afford and receive the highest quality health care and services.

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MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The Wisconsin Assembly is scheduled to vote Tuesday on a proposal to call a convention of the states to consider making changes to the U.S. Constitution, including imposing term limits on federal offices.

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MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin voters will choose between a Republican appointee, a Madison judge and a law professor as they winnow down the candidates for a state Supreme Court seat in a primary Tuesday.

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A Town of Eisenstein house fire that resulted in the death of two occupants remains under investigation by the Price County Sheriff's Office.

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Community feedback on the logging scheduled for the Phillips school forest encompassing a silent sports trail system will be accepted during the Board of Education's regular meeting at 6 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 17, at the middle school library.

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On March 8, Lieutenant Al Cummings will take off his badge for the last time as he leaves the Phillips Police Department, heading into retirement.

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Logging scheduled for the section of Phillips School forest encompassing a volunteer-built trail system located in the Town of Worcester has raised concerns from a group of citizens who recreate on the school-owned property.

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Fifty-two Chequamegon High School students attended the Wisconsin Future Business Leaders of America Region 1 Leadership Conference at Unity High School on Saturday, Feb. 1.

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Price County commercial property owners now have access to a new financing tool that may bring improved energy efficiency and other green updates within their reach via the Property Assessed Clean Energy Wisconsin program.

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When well-known business establishment Jack’s Corner Bar closed on Oct. 10, 2019, after decades of continuous service, Vanessa Gelina of Park Falls said to herself that just wasn’t acceptable. Shortly thereafter she began the process of reopening the bar/restaurant that had been part of her …

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The Park Falls American Legion Hall was abuzz Saturday, Feb. 1 for Cub Scout Pack 551’s annual Pinewood Derby. Food, soft drinks, and children’s games with prizes awarded were all a part of race day.

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Leadership at Chequamegon schools will see some shuffling around after this school year, thanks to one retirement and a hiring approval by the board of education Jan. 27.

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MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A Wisconsin resident who returned from a trip to China last week has been sickened with a new virus that originated there, becoming the first confirmed case in the state and the 12th in the U.S., health officials said Wednesday.