Platteville EMS as the lead agency for Project Pulse was awarded a $5,000 grant from the Dubuque Racing Association. The grant money has been used for the purchase of 3 Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs), cabinets, carrying cases, extra pads… Continue reading →
The federal government said today it will recognize same-sex marriages in Wisconsin and six other states — and federal benefits will be extended to those couples. The announcement comes eleven days after the U-S Supreme Court refused to consider… Continue reading →
Prosecutors in southern Wisconsin said a woman faked a diagnosis of cancer to raise over 50-thousand dollars from charities and individual donors. Twenty-nine year old Theresa Strub of Lone Rock is charged in Sauk County with seven… Continue reading →
Governor Scott Walker today announced he has directed state leaders to take action to implement emergency preparedness measures aimed at protecting the public in case of the potential spread of the Ebola virus to Wisconsin. There are no… Continue reading →
Platteville, WI – City Clerk Jan Martin advised voters in the City of Platteville that they do not need to show a photo ID to
vote at the November 4, 2014 Election. On October 9, 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court… Continue reading →
The United Way of Dubuque Area Tri-States and the John Deere Foundation invite the community to celebrate the launch of the Dolly Parton Imagination Library, a program that offers one free book for every month to each child who is… Continue reading →
Platteville EMS is currently raising funds to purchase Zoll AutoPulses to be placed in each of the ambulances responsible for responding to 911 calls. The Zoll AutoPulse is a mechanical Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) device that performs the compression portion… Continue reading →
The University of Dubuque’s “Achieving the Dream” campaign, which began in January of 2009, has exceeded the $100 million dollar mark fifteen months ahead of schedule.
The campaign’s success will allow UD to renovate historic buildings such as Peters Commons,… Continue reading →
While on the campaign trail in Wisconsin Monday, Gov. Scott Walker made a stop at the Tom and Kelli Weigel (Why-gul) dairy farm east of Platteville.
Walker asked the crowd, “Are we better off today than we were four years… Continue reading →
A press release from the Grant County Health Department has confirmed that the department was notified by the Wisconsin State Division of Public Health about a patient in Grant County who tested positive for the Enterovirus D68.
Enterovirus infections are… Continue reading →