The Wisconsin Veterans Museum is kicking off a series of traveling exhibits today. The Madison museum is starting a program called “Marching Across the State,” in which universities and non-profit groups can rent exhibits or show them at no-charge.… Continue reading →
Governor Scott Walker says a labor group’s lawsuit to try and raise Wisconsin’s minimum wage is “a raw, cheap political stunt.”
Raise Wisconsin filed suit in Dane County yesterday, saying the Workforce Development agency failed to properly consider the… Continue reading →
The second annual 5K Glow Run and Emergency Night Out held recently in Darlington was a success.
According to Darlington Police Chief Jason King, there were 160 registered runner/walkers, compared to 130 in 2013. An estimated $2,000 was raised for… Continue reading →
The Lancaster Common Council has approved ending the lease agreement between the city and the Grant Regional Health Center.
The agreement calls for the hospital to pay the city $64,000 per month. The city ended its management and oversight of… Continue reading →
The body of 64 year old Roger S. Goodell of Ferryville, WI was pulled from the Mississippi River on Saturday. Goodell had been missing since October 11th when he fell from a boat near Lock-and-Dam Number Nine at Lynxville. Crawford… Continue reading →
A Platteville teenager escaped unharmed after he reportedly fell asleep at the wheel while driving on State Highway 81 in Elk Grove Township early (last evening) (Sunday Night).
The Lafayette County Sheriff’s Department reported that 19 year old, Tyler Molencamp,… Continue reading →
Former Jo Daviess County Health Department administrator, Nancy Lewis, has filed a lawsuit saying that county officials failed to provide her, and the public, proper access to a county administrator’s investigation of complaints that led to her firing.
Lewis’ attorney,… Continue reading →
The ex-wife of a man accused of stealing almost $230,000 from a business in Mineral Point will spend time in jail as a condition of probation. Continue reading →
University of Wisconsin-Platteville media studies professor Dr. Robert Snyder has been invited by the Library of Congress to submit two essays for the National Film Registry. Continue reading →