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Strangulation Cases Reported in Wisconsin – The Horse

The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Commerce and Consumer Protection reported four new cases of strangulation in the state. A 13-year-old Brown County mare presented with lymphadenopathy (swollen or abscessed lymph nodes under the jaw) and fever. Three horses were exposed at the boarding school, which is now in voluntary quarantine. …

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Wisconsin’s Tony Evers Seeks Abortion Anger Boost – Twin Cities

MADISON, Wis. –Wisconsin Democratic Gov. Tony Evers hopes to translate anger over the U.S. Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. convicted doctor and failing to appoint prosecutors who would enforce the ban. Evers, who won election in the battleground state four years ago by just over a percentage point, told …

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Davis selected 10th overall in the 2022 NBA Draft

History links Transcript: Johnny Davis press conference BROOKLYN, NY – Johnny Davis became the latest badger to see his NBA dreams come true, as Wisconsin men’s basketball was selected by the Washington Wizards with the 10th pick in the first …

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Wisconsin Football adds another WR to 2023 recruiting class

The recruiting track for the Class of 2023 is hot right now for the Wisconsin football program. Recently, they landed their 10th entry for the incoming class and the fourth in the past week after a weekend where they had several official visits. The most recent commitment was to Trech …

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2023 3-star athlete Trech Kekahuna picks Wisconsin to play WR for Badgers

Trech Kekahuna, a 5-foot-11, 180-pound athlete from Honolulu, Hawaii, publicly announced his commitment to Wisconsin on Sunday. Kekahuna had just completed an official weekend visit to Madison after making an unofficial visit there for camp two weeks ago when he got his Badgers scholarship offer. He paid an official visit …

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Electric Vehicles in Wisconsin – Merrill Foto News

WisDOT hosts webinars on the future of electric vehicles in Wisconsin Two upcoming webinars will give the public the opportunity to learn how WisDOT plans to expand access to electric vehicle (EV) charging stations across the state. The webinars will educate the public about the initiative and provide an opportunity …

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West’s Hughes and East’s Berndt Earn First-Team Honors for the 2022 All-Wisconsin Valley Conference Softball Team

Wausau Driver and Review Wasuau West sophomore Autumn Hughes and Wausau East rookie Baley Berndt have been named to the first team of the 2022 All-Wisconsin Valley Conference Softball Team. Marshfield senior pitcher Courtney Donahue was named player of the year. Donahue was 10-1 with a 1.23 ERA and 93 …

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Spend three days in three Wisconsin forests on this road trip

Posted in Wisconsin June 13, 2022 by Ben Jones Wisconsin has plenty of well-known state parks, but for a real savage adventure, head to a Wisconsin state forest. The state manages nearly half a million acres of forest land – it’s open to the public …

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Online MBA Best & Brightest 2022: Antje Schickert, University of Wisconsin MBA Consortium

“Adaptable, motivated and reliable person who likes to flourish through education and new challenges.” Age: 38 Hometown: Arvada, CO Fun fact about yourself: I have lived and worked in three different countries and enjoy traveling to many more. Moreover, I like to explore unknown places and meet new people. Undergraduate …

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DOJ: Wisconsin congressman fatally shoots passenger during traffic stop

A northeast Wisconsin sheriff’s deputy fatally shot and killed a person during a traffic stop Wednesday afternoon. The Wisconsin Department of Justice said an Oconto County sheriff’s deputy opened fire when a passenger in the vehicle allegedly pulled a knife and “approached the deputy.” The incident unfolded around 2:40 p.m., …

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Wisconsin Supreme Court issues record number of 4-3 decisions

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has handed down more 4-3 decisions this quarter than at any time in the past 70 years. And so far, the three liberals on the court more often than not come out on top in these cases. Alan Ball, a history professor at Marquette University, tracks …

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Wisconsin Men’s Rowing 11th at IRA Nationals

History links WEST WINDSOR, NJ – Wisconsin men’s rowing finished 11th at the 2022 IRA National Championships which ended Sunday in Mercer Lake. Running into the third and final day of the championships, the Badgers’ best boat, the University Eight, found itself in 12th place after …

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What the Uvalde shooting meant for the Latino community

Just over a week has passed since the shooting in Uvalde, Texas, where 19 students and two teachers were killed at Robb Elementary School. While the whole nation is in shock, the tragedy hits Latinos especially hard, as they see the names and photos of the victims that look and …

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Wisconsin Lawmakers and Cancer Survivors Advocate for Affordable Cancer Care

STODDARD, Wis. (WEAU) – State officials are joining community members in the Coulee area in calling for an expansion of Medicaid to make cancer care more affordable. The American Cancer Society’s Cancer Action Network hosted an event in Stoddard on Wednesday afternoon to advocate for expanded health care coverage for …

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New tool shows Wisconsin farmers cost the benefits of letting cows graze

When Jim Munsch began learning about the use of managed grazing for beef cattle in the 1980s, he took pasture walks with farmers who were already using the practice and sought information from educators. premises of the University of Wisconsin-Extension. Managed grazing is the practice of rotating cattle through a …

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Gateway’s WGTD FM Wins Big at Wisconsin Broadcasters Association Awards Gala

MIDDLETON — On May 7, the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association (WBA) hosted its first in-person awards gala after two years of virtual events. WGTD FM, owned by Gateway Technical College, won eight awards in seven categories at the gala. The awards ceremony took place at the Madison Marriott West in Middleton. …

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Ranking the top five former Wisconsin Badgers to play for the Packers

The Green Bay Packers and Wisconsin Badgers have both been institutions in the state of Wisconsin for over a century. Each team has provided football fans with exciting memories and frustrating moments. Currently, the Packers have two former Badgers on their 90-man roster with offensive lineman Cole Van Lanen and …

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Op-Ed: Governor Evers ‘ghosts’ Wisconsin’s chance to be a national workforce reform leader | Wisconsin

Walk down any main street in Wisconsin and you’ll see “Now Hiring” signs populating the windows of businesses in every sector of our economy. Whether it’s the KwikTrip corner looking for extra clerks or the local factory offering on-the-job training, there are plenty of jobs available for anyone who wants …

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Wisconsin AAPI Coalition

Wisconsin AAPI Coalition May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Updated: 4:13 PM CDT May 22, 2022 Hide transcript View Transcript ASIA AND PACIFIC ISLANDS AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH NOW JOINS US JESSICA BOLING WHO IS CO-CHAIR OF THE ASIAN-AMERICAN PACIFIC ISLANDS COALITION OF WISCONSIN. THANK YOU SO MUCH …

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National Guard plays major role in Wisconsin pandemic response | News, Sports, Jobs

Brig. Gen. Tim Covington, the Wisconsin National Guard Deputy Adjutant General for Civil Support, expresses his gratitude to Wisconsin National Guard troops and officials at Bellin Health Systems and Odd Fellows Home in Green Bay, Wisconsin, on April 26. The Wisconsin National Guard is winding down its …

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Wisconsin State Fair Milk House is back for 2022

article WEST ALLIS, Wis. – The Wisconsin State Fair Milk House will be back for 2022. A Thursday, May 19, fair press release says the dairy will be operated by the Wisconsin State Fair Park Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit organization, and every dollar raised will be reinvested in capital improvements …

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An Ojibwa embarks on a tribal spearfishing expedition in northern Wisconsin

LAC DU FLAMBEAU – People along the shore were shouting “Good luck, Wayne!” as Wayne Valliere paddled through the starry night in his birchbark canoe loaded with torches and equipped with a handmade spear. One of his goals was to show how these ancient techniques can be just as effective, …

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Here’s the latest Wisconsin sports news from the Associated Press | Regional sports

PHOENIX (AP) — The NBA’s long regular season can be tedious, but make no mistake, it’s important. Just ask the Boston Celtics and Phoenix Suns, two teams that have home-court advantage in Game 7 of their respective NBA second-round playoffs on Sunday. The Celtics host the Milwaukee Bucks hours before …

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New director of McMillan Library will face a tight budget for Wisconsin Rapids

WISCONSIN RAPIDS — Reminding the public of a transformed McMillan Memorial Library will be a key task for its next director. Later this month, the McMillan board will appoint a new manager to replace outgoing manager Andy Barnett. This week, the council began its final round of interviews with its …

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Northeastern Wisconsin Sports Awards Reveal Spring and Premier Nominees

The Northeast Wisconsin High School Sports Awards show, presented by Festival Foods, is proud to announce its Spring Sports Players of the Year and major nominees. The players of the year in the seven spring sports – baseball, boys’ golf, girls’ soccer, softball, boys’ tennis, boys’ track and field and …

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TinCaps masked by Wisconsin in the series opener

APPLETON, Wisc. –The Fort Wayne TinCaps had won three straight road games but fell to the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers (a subsidiary of the Milwaukee Brewers), 9-0, Tuesday night at Fox Cities Stadium in their series opener. TinCaps Collector (11-11) Brandon Valenzuelawho MLB.com ranks as the San Diego Padres’ No. 19 …

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Drug Take Back Day successfully recovers excess drugs in Wisconsin

Attorney General Josh Kaul encouraged Wisconsinites to dispose of unwanted and unused medications at more than 135 events across the state Saturday as part of National Medication Take-Back Day. Many controlled substances, including medical narcotics, are regularly prescribed to the public. If left in homes, these unused or expired medicines …

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Wisconsin fishing opening could be hampered by late ice on northern lakes – Reuters

DULUTH – This has happened many times before, including as recently as 2018, when Mother Nature delivers a freezing spring and ice persists on many northern Wisconsin lakes well into May. This year, it will once again be unclear whether the far northern lakes are losing their ice in time …

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For the Love of Art: Majors at UW

History links MADISON, Wis. — The city of Madison is rich in the arts as much as it is rich in students and Badger sporting pride. With two museums within walking distance of campus and four performing arts centers, downtown Madison alone offers an abundance of …

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As latest contract ends, Vos continues Gableman election probe

The Office of Special Counsel created by Wisconsin Republicans to investigate the state’s 2020 election will not go away for the foreseeable future. Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, said Tuesday that the office headed by former Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman would remain open even though Gableman’s amended contract is …

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NLRB sues Starbucks for retaliating against 3 workers involved in unionization

The National Labor Relations Board sued coffeehouse chain Starbucks for allegedly retaliating against three employees involved in organizing a union. A worker was disciplined, suspended and fired; another was “implicitly terminated” and a third was placed on unpaid leave after the company revoked “recently granted accommodations”, the NLRB said in …

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Northeast Wisconsin Sports Awards Reveal Men’s Hockey Nominees

Wisconsin High School Sports Awards show is part of the USA TODAY High School Sports Awards, the nation’s largest high school sports recognition program.”/> The Northeast Wisconsin High School Sports Awards show, presented by Festival Foods, is proud to announce the nominees for Male Hockey Player of the Year. The …

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Russell Wilson explains why Wisconsin was an easy transfer choice from NC State

Long before the transfer portal, Russell Wilson made a major impact as a transfer QB for Wisconsin. After 3 seasons at NC State, Wilson landed with the Badgers for the 2011 season. He responded with 3,100 passing yards on a 73% completion rate with 40 offensive touchdowns and just 4 …

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Wisconsin Badgers head football coach salaries dating back to 2012

Salaries for college football head coaches have skyrocketed in recent years, driven by an increasingly aggressive arms race among the nation’s top programs. Although the Wisconsin Badgers have paid relatively reasonable salaries to coaches Bret Bielema, Gary Andersen and Paul Chryst over the past 10 years, the numbers are still …

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An 8th grader from NBH at the elite wrestling tournament in Wisconsin this week

PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) — North Bay Haven 8th grader Bear Siegal has the chance this week to compete in a prestigious national wrestling tournament known as the BonoBilt Big 8 Invitational. It’s taking place at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and he’s inviting what he considers to be the college’s …

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Leave the bats alone as they shake off winter’s slumber

April 13, 2022 10:20 a.m. Post : April 13, 2022 10:20 a.m. Update: April 13, 2022 10:21 a.m. (Wisconsin DNR photo) MADISON (WKBT) — Most people don’t need a warning to avoid bats, but just in case, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has issued an advisory to leave mosquito …

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Wisconsin program informs college employees about loan forgiveness

When President Biden again extended the pause on student loan repayments last week, he renewed debate over the federal civil service loan forgiveness program, in addition to complaints about inefficiencies in how the PSLF is administered and insufficient efforts to notify eligible persons. Rectifying past failures to approve applications and …

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Advice pours in after UP, Wisconsin investigators release photos, asking for public help

OSHKOSH, Wis. (WLUK) — Investigators from the Michigan State Police and Winnebago County Sheriff’s Office released four cropped and redacted photos Wednesday, asking for the public’s help in identifying an unknown location. They say it’s part of a joint investigation into illegal voyeurism. Full footage appeared to show people changing …

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What more at-home COVID-19 testing means for Wisconsin’s pandemic surveillance

As home antigen testing for the coronavirus becomes more accessible, are daily COVID-19 case counts becoming less reliable? Is this change in testing practices possibly masking virus transmission trends? If not, how could health officials monitor the disease to ensure that hospitals and public health departments are prepared for future …

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Wisconsin Spring Milwaukee Mayoral Election Results

Milwaukee mayoral race results Acting Mayor Cavalier Johnson and former Councilman Bob Donovan are running for mayor of Milwaukee in the April 5 spring general election. Updated: 10:24 PM CDT April 5, 2022 Hide transcript View Transcript Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Senator …

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Rent a six-person Wisconsin pirate ship through VRBO

Prepare the cannons! This pirate ship is the ultimate adventure vacation rental Updated: 11:31 a.m. EDT April 4, 2022 Hoist the sails, ready the cannons and embark on this ultimate vacation rental. Located in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, this pirate ship seats six and is the perfect getaway for families and …

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Wisconsin Spring Conservation Virtual Hearings Run April 11-14

The public will be presented with 63 issues ranging from walleye limits to wolf management at the 2022 Department of Natural Resources spring hearings and county meetings of the Wisconsin Conservation Congress. For the third consecutive year, contributions will be collected online only. In-person events were canceled during planning earlier …

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Wisconsin man charged after two overdoses at Lincoln child’s birthday party | Crime and courts

A 37-year-old Milwaukee man has been jailed in Lincoln after he and another man overdosed at a child’s birthday party near Northwest Seventh Street and Bridger Road on Saturday, forcing first responders to deploy Narcan and leaving a man hospitalized for three days. Kalvin Eichelberger is accused of supplying the …

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Wisconsin DMV adds new online option to order special license plates

FROM THE WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION The Wisconsin Department of Transportation’s Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) recently launched an online option to order special or personalized plates. DMV offers 52 specialty plate options along with the ability to customize. Having a step-by-step process is helpful when selecting a vehicle’s first …

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Amtrak Could Be Coming To Northeast Wisconsin, But Don’t Expect It To Happen Anytime Soon | WFRV Local 5

APPLETON, Wis. (WFRV) – Efficient, money saving, potential boost to local economy. These are the main reasons supporters want an Amtrak line that connects Green Bay, the Fox Cities and Milwaukee. The idea continues to catch on, but there is still a long way to go before it becomes a …

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February unemployment rate in Wisconsin hits record high

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) – Preliminary numbers for Wisconsin’s unemployment rate last month tied with the state’s all-time low, according to the Workforce Development Department. The DWD released February data on Thursday, which showed the unemployment rate fell a tenth of a point from the previous month to 2.9%. February’s unemployment …

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ICE AND SNOW IN THE NORTH… HEAVY RAIN IN EASTERN WISCONSIN

Our FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY continues for much of the day… Some areas of the Northwoods look like an ice rink right now. A significant accumulation of ice, greater than 1/4 inch, will make travel very difficult. The ice can weigh down tree branches and power lines, causing scattered power …

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Russia tries to recruit drivers who know Ukrainian roads

Online job postings are looking for truck drivers to transport fuel and other items. Some of them promise to work along the Ukrainian border with Russia and Belarus. But the Ukrainian government says the postings are tied to the Russian military – an attempt to hire local truckers who know …

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New Omicron variant on the rise in Wisconsin

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) – A new version of the Omicron variant is coming to Wisconsin. In its weekly update, Public Health Madison and Dane Co. noted that federal health officials report that the share of new cases of the Omicron BA.2 subvariant has more than tripled in the past two …

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Award-winning Foaling Around with Wisconsin program engages 4-H’ers

When 4-H activities were limited to online learning due to the pandemic, Katie Stenroos, Evan Henthorne and Casie Bass collaborated with students to provide 4-H members with an innovative virtual educational experience. And for their efforts, the trio of Northwest Wisconsin natives recently received the Wisconsin Association of Extension 4-H …

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Wisconsin AG sues Johnson Controls for Marinette PFAS contamination | Science & Environment

The state of Wisconsin is suing a manufacturer of Marinette and its parent company over toxic “eternal chemicals” that contaminated community waters in northeastern Wisconsin. Attorney General Josh Kaul filed a civil lawsuit Monday against Johnson Controls and Tyco Fire Products for failing to notify the Department of Natural Resources …

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The case is the first in Wisconsin for the illegal sale of bighead, grass-eating and silver carp

A Platteville wholesale fish dealer has been convicted of illegally selling invasive carp in Wisconsin. Ping Li, co-owner and sole operator of Li Fish Farm, LLC, was convicted in Grant and Dane County Circuit Courts of two misdemeanors and 17 forfeiture violations as part of a plea agreement. Li was …

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Wisconsin vs Michigan State College Basketball Prediction, Game Preview

Wisconsin vs Michigan State prediction, college basketball game preview, how to watch: Friday, March 11 Wisconsin vs. Michigan State Game Preview, Big Ten Tournament How to watch When: Friday, March 11Game Time: 6:30 a.m. ETLocation: Gainbridge Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, INHow to watch: BTNRecord: Wisconsin (24-6), Michigan State (21-11)– Sign up and …

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Wisconsin babysitter brings dead baby to McDonald’s, sentenced to jail | KTAB

WAUSAU, Wis. (WFRV) – A judge has ruled that a Wisconsin woman accused of killing an 11-week-old boy she was babysitting and trying to cover up his death was to spend 43 years in prison. According to the Wausau Police Department, on October 18, 2018, officers were dispatched to Northway …

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Sandy Hook took place as ‘alternative facts’ reinforced the objective truth

On December 14, 2012, I covered the murder of 20 school children and six educators at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. Even then, it struck me – and no doubt many others – as a watershed event. If the country could tolerate a mental patient gunning down first …

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Wisconsin Sheriff’s Deputy Charged with Sexual Assault and Criminal Harassment :: WRAL.com

A Wisconsin sheriff’s deputy is facing 19 charges related to alleged sexual assault. Prosecutors say six people have charged him with sexual assault and investigators are looking for other possible victims. View Transcript Tonight, the Walworth County Sheriff’s Deputy is in trouble with the law. Cinema Wisconsin v. Gerardo baca, …

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Marijuana legal in Wisconsin; poll finds 61% support

MILWAUKEE – The latest Marquette University Law School poll found, for the first time, that a majority of Republicans support legalizing marijuana sales in Wisconsin. But there is a big difference between what the polls say and what politicians do. So where is the push for legal weed in Wisconsin? …

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The fight against the production of postal vehicles could continue for the candidates for the Wisconsin Senate | WUWM 89.7 FM

A labor leader said pressure will continue on a Wisconsin company to change its plans to build a new fleet of postal vehicles in South Carolina and instead move work to Badger State. The problem could also continue for some time in the US Senate elections in Wisconsin this year. …

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3 orphan cubs found, rescued in Wisconsin

The car goes off the road after crashing with a semi-trailer 21 hours ago Pain at the pump: what is the cause? 24 hours ago Allen County Jail 1 week ago Russia-Ukraine Friday Morning Update 1 day ago The conflict in Ukraine could harm the local economy, … 2 days …

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Kuglitsch will not seek re-election to the Wisconsin Assembly | Wisconsin News

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A Republican lawmaker in southeast Wisconsin announced Thursday that he will not seek re-election to the state Assembly this fall. New Berlin Rep. Mike Kuglitsch didn’t offer an explanation beyond saying the time had come for him to move on. Kuglitsch has represented the 84th Assembly …

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Wisconsin hires Sheridan, changes Bostad and Turner roles

MADISON, Wis. Wisconsin has hired Bill Sheridan to coach inside linebackers as part of one of three changes to Paul Chryst’s personnel. Chryst also announced Tuesday that Bob Bostad is moving from inside linebackers coach to offensive line coach and that Mickey Turner is moving from tight ends coach to …

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Wisconsin Dells event helps military past and present fight suicide

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) – Five organizations are collaborating for the “2-22 to Save 22” event at the Kalahari Resorts in the Wisconsin Dells on Tuesday. The groups hope to help current military members and veterans deal with suicide and adjust to civilian life. Onward and Upward, Project Diehard, Veterans and …

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39 vehicles involved in series of pile-ups in Wisconsin | News

Hazardous winter driving conditions are responsible for a series of pile-up crashes Friday involving 39 vehicles in central Wisconsin, according to the Wisconsin State Patrol. Ten people were injured, according to CNN affiliate WAOW, citing the Wisconsin State Patrol. “The injured have been transported to local hospitals. The extent of …

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What to See at MOWA’s Wisconsin Artists Biennial

The Museum of Wisconsin Art in West Bend kicks off the new year with the 2022 Wisconsin Artists Biennial. The exhibit, co-sponsored by Wisconsin Visual Artists, opened February 12 and is on view through April 24. This year’s exhibit features 52 artists from across Wisconsin, many from Metro Milwaukee. These …

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My Two Cents: Wisconsin’s Brad Davison is restless and boring – and he stole our best girl

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – There will be a first-ever event in the iconic Assembly Hall’s 50-year history on Tuesday night. Those intimidating banners swaying in the breeze atop the two baselines? They don’t scare Brad Davison from Wisconsin. In fact, one of the banners makes his heart beat. Because her fiancé …

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Political polarization has not spared school boards in Wisconsin. Many will see primary elections for the contested seats on Tuesday.

The political polarization of the pandemic has not spared Wisconsin school boards. Mask disputes and unruly crowds interrupted meetings, board members were recalled and some resigned following threats and verbal abuse. On Tuesday, those lingering tensions will play out at polling places across the state, as many school boards hold …

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Rutgers Over Game No. 14 Wisconsin

Rutgers (14-9; 8-5) at 14th Wisconsin (19-4; 10-3) How to watch, listen, news and ratings Or: Kohl Center in Madison, Wisconsin (Capacity 17,230) Trick : Saturday, February 12 at 2 p.m. ET TV: FS1 – Lisa Byington and Brian Butch Flux: FOX Sports Live Radio: Listen live – Rutgers Sports …

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Wisconsin Humane Society offering reduced dog adoption fees Feb. 11-18

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) — If you’re still looking for a pawed Valentine, the Wisconsin Humane Society is offering a deep reduction on adoption fees. From February 11 to 18and, the Wisconsin Humane Society will offer 50% off all adult dog adoption fees. According to Rachel Hahn, director of shelter operations …

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2 medical marijuana proposals surface in Wisconsin

There are dueling legislative proposals to legalize medical marijuana in Wisconsin — one from each party. But with disagreement over whether and how Wisconsin could do so, the way forward is unclear, even though more than half of US states already allow it. Under a bill introduced Monday by Democrats, …

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Wisconsin Badgers men’s basketball team drops to 14th place in AP Top 25

February 7, 2022 1:07 p.m. Job : February 7, 2022 1:07 p.m. Update: February 7, 2022 1:11 p.m. WISC-TV/Channel3000 MADISON, Wis. –A loss to Illinois and a lackluster performance against Penn State last week sent the Wisconsin Badgers men’s basketball team plummeting in the polls. The Badgers, who were ranked …

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Penn State men’s basketball nearly upset Wisconsin’s No. 11

MADISON, Wis. – Tyler Wahl made a tiebreaker with 30.5 seconds left to give No. 11 Wisconsin a 51-49 victory over Penn State on Saturday, which extended the Badgers home winning streak in the series . After Myles Dread’s layup with 51 seconds remaining capped a 9-0 run to tie …

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New teen dating violence prevention bill introduced in Wisconsin Legislature

WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) — Members of the Wisconsin State Legislature introduced a new bipartisan bill on Wednesday that would implement a teen dating violence prevention program in schools. The bill is co-sponsored by Senator Jerry Petrowski of Marathon. Senator Melissa Agard introduced LRB-5627 on Wednesday, which would require the Wisconsin …

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US Senate candidate Lasry calls for higher wages and unions | Wisconsin News

By SCOTT BAUER, Associated Press MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Alex Lasry on Wednesday outlined an economic plan that calls for raising the minimum wage, encouraging unionization, making tuition free for the first two years of public community college or technical school and to increase apprenticeships. Lasry, …

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Wisconsin Badgers appoint Bobby Engram as new offensive coordinator | WFRV Local 5

Former NFL coach and player to be Wisconsin’s next offensive coordinator by: Burke Griffin Job : January 31, 2022 / 5:24 p.m. CST / Update: January 31, 2022 / 5:24 p.m. CST MADISON, Wis. (WFRV) – The Badgers football team will have a new influence in the locker room and …

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Honor Black History Month With These PBS Programs

January 30, 2022 Alyssa Beno In celebration of Black History Month, PBS Wisconsin invites you to recognize the achievements of African Americans, past and present, with this selection of programs airing in February and streaming anytime on the free PBS video app. In their own words: Chuck Berry 8:00 p.m. …

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Wisconsin Badgers Volleyball: Boston College MB/OPP Gabby McCaa transferred to UW

On Wednesday night, the incomparable @CVBTransfers announced that Boston College middle tackle and opposite side forward Gabby McCaa will be coming to play for the Wisconsin Badgers next season. McCaa will potentially have two years of eligibility remaining. Here are some quick facts about McCaa before diving into some stats: …

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Wisconsin blood donor wins SUV in ‘incredible’ Versiti contest

MILWAUKEE – Blood donation is usually voluntary. But it got a Wisconsin donor a free car. “We thought that right now cars were in such high demand and in short supply that this would be a great way to impact our donors and really show them our gratitude and appreciation,” …

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Only citizens can vote in Wisconsin under amendment | Wisconsin News

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The Wisconsin Senate was scheduled to vote Tuesday on a constitutional amendment that says only citizens can vote in elections. The Republican-drafted amendment must pass the Assembly this year and both houses of the Legislature in the next session before it is up to voters to …

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Weapons found at Wisconsin airport checkpoints increase in 2021

WISCONSIN — Nearly 6,000 firearms were found in carry-on baggage at U.S. airport checkpoints in 2021, according to new information released by the Transportation Security Administration. Of these weapons, 35 were seized at airports in Wisconsin. Nationwide, 5,972 firearms were intercepted at 268 airports last year, according to TSA data. …

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A business lawyer will be president of the University of Wisconsin

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — University of Wisconsin system leaders on Friday chose Jay Rothman, a Milwaukee business attorney with no… MADISON, Wis. (AP) — University of Wisconsin system leaders on Friday selected Jay Rothman, a Milwaukee business lawyer with no experience in higher education administration, as the next president to …

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Republicans ‘all in’ for Ron Johnson’s Senate re-election fight in Wisconsin

In the midst of the 2016 election, the Republican Party left Ron Johnson’s candidacy for Senate re-election in Wisconsin for dead. But he clawed his way back and still won – 3 points clear of Donald Trump’s wafer-thin margin over Hillary Clinton in the state. This time, the party’s national …

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Wisconsin Badgers Football: 2022 Defensive/Special Teams Depth Chart Overview

The 2022 football season will be here before you know it, but before that we have to go through winter conditioning, spring football and fall camp. That doesn’t mean we can’t start speculating what the depth chart will look like though! Belz, Owen and Tyler got together over a Google …

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Wausau West women’s basketball blasts Wisconsin Rapids and overtakes Eau Claire North to advance to 11-2

Wausau Driver and Review WAUSAU — Wausau West pounced on Wisconsin Rapids with a dominant first half and earned a 72-49 victory in an undefeated Wisconsin Valley Conference women’s basketball battle Friday at West High School. Wausau West took a 50-22 halftime lead and were able to hold on to …

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Wisconsin High School Basketball Results: Friday, January 14, 2022

BOYS CLASSIC 8 Kettle Moraine 78, Muskego 73 Mukwonago 100, Waukesha North 56 Oconomowoc 82, arrowhead 72 Waukesha West 67, Catholic Memorial 57 GREAT SUBWAY Brookfield Central 77, Sussex Hamilton 68 East Brookfield 82, Marquette 72 Menomonee Falls 86, East Wauwatosa 62 Germantown 84, West Allis Hale 77 THE CITY …

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COVID-19 killed 4 Wisconsin law enforcement officers in 2021

COVID-19 has claimed the lives of more than 300 police officers in 2021, according to a new report, including four in Wisconsin. Nationally, it was the deadliest year for law enforcement officers in more than nine decades, and the second year in a row that the coronavirus was the leading …

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University of Wisconsin hires Neil Jones as men’s football head coach

MADISON, Wisconsin. – The world’s most popular sport will be led at the University of Wisconsin by Neil jones, who has spent the past nine seasons leading the men’s soccer program at Loyola University in Chicago. It ushers in a new era of men’s football for Wisconsin, one of 11 …

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Rutgers Wrestling: vs Wisconsin Live Updates

Wisconsin regained the lead at 10-8 with a 13-8 to 157 victory by Garrett Model over Robert Kanniard in a tossup bout. Model broke an 8-8 tie with one out with 32 seconds left in the second period, then two points back on a tilt in the final 10 seconds …

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Wisconsin DHS recommends booster shots for all people over 12 years old

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) – The Wisconsin Department of Health Services supports the CDC’s recommendations for youth immunizations and booster doses, they announced Friday night. The Wisconsin DHS said it supports the recommendation that children 12 to 15 years old should receive a single booster dose of the Pfizer vaccine. DHS …

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New Wisconsin law penalizes cell phone use near accident scenes

Offenders can be charged with a misdemeanor with up to $ 10,000 in fines, nine months in jail, other penalties January 5, 2022 7:46 PM Posted: January 5, 2022 7:46 PM Update: January 5, 2022 8:08 PM LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) – It’s human nature. When we run into an …

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Wisconsin LB Leo Chenal announces plans for 2022 season

Grant Bricker | 4 hours ago Wisconsin linebacker Leo Chenal is heading for the 2022 NFL Draft. As a junior he could have come back at least a year longer, but decided not to. Channel has been a leader in the defense of Wisconsin for the past several years. He …

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5 New Wisconsin Laws Of 2021 Ban Strangling, Affect Police Policies

WISCONSIN – The Wisconsin Legislature passed a total of 118 new laws in 2021, including those requiring police departments to disclose use of force policies and dealing with a backlog of sexual assault kits. Here are five laws that were passed this year in Badger State. Act 48: Prohibit the …

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These baby names proved to be the most popular in some hospitals in Minnesota and Wisconsin in 2021

For the second year in a row, girl names beginning with “E” have proven to be a popular choice for new parents in Minnesota and western Wisconsin. The most common girl names among the nearly 10,000 babies born at HealthPartners’ nine hospitals in 2021 were Nora, Olivia, Emma, ​​Evelyn and …

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Wisconsin expects $ 142 million federal investment in 2022 to ensure safe drinking water statewide

Governor Tony Evers recently celebrated President Joe Biden’s bipartisan infrastructure bill that will expand efforts to provide clean drinking water to Wisconsinites by injecting roughly $ 850 million into communities across the state over the past five years. coming years. Last month, Governor Evers hailed the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs …

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As Schools Struggle With Food Supply Chains, Wisconsin Farmers Help Fill Gaps

School districts statewide are reporting problems getting the food they need to prepare student meals. Some Wisconsin farmers see supply chain issues as an opportunity to show food service managers the benefits of buying locally produced food. Kat Becker, owner of Cattail Organics vegetable farm in Athens, said her farm …

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NOTICE: Wisconsin school reports distort the truth

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Wisconsin attorney general talks about public safety and mental health among big initiatives for 2022

GREEN BAY, WB (WBAY) – As 2021 draws to a close, the state’s biggest cop is already looking into the new year, hoping to put more emphasis on public safety as the state grapples with an increase in violence and more people grapple with serious mental health problems. Action 2 …

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Important Wisconsin 2022 goal pushes back its commitment date

Wisconsin football ended the first day of signing in a big way, with the program securing the signing of four-star state defensive end Isaac Hamm. The last major target in the state is four-star offensive lineman Carson Hinzman. An engagement from the Hammond, Wis. Native would mean a 4/6 for …

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Wisconsin awards $ 60 million for large projects to alleviate workforce challenges

By Erik Gunn, Examiner from Wisconsin December 15, 2021 Programs to train manufacturing skills, expand the health workforce, and provide inmates with job training and post-release support were some of the projects that will share nearly $ 60 million in grants. government grants on Tuesday to meet the workforce challenges …

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Three families from central Wisconsin “Shop with a Hero”

WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) – Three families went shopping with the Wausau firefighters on Monday at Fleet Farm. Wausau Firefighter’s Community Assistance Foundation, Inc. has been helping families in the community secure Christmas presents since 2018 with the “Shop with a Hero” campaign. Firefighters said it’s the smiles they see that …

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6-Banner Sunday: IU will look to bounce back from Wisconsin loss when it hosts Merrimack – Inside the Hall

6-Banner Sunday is Inside the Hall’s weekly newsletter in partnership with The Assembly Call. Over 8,000 Indiana fans receive the newsletter each week. In addition to appearing on the site weekly, you can also choose to receive 6-Banner Sunday by email. An email subscription form is available at the bottom …

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Snow Showers on a Cold Tuesday for Southern Wisconsin, But Strong Warming Trend Underway | Time

The skies over Madison are expected to be mostly cloudy on Friday, partly sunny on Saturday, and sunny on Sunday and Monday, with highs near 36, 42 and 47, and Thursday evening through Sunday evening lows around 28, 40, 22 and 28. The weather was a factor in the Japanese …

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3 takeaways from Marquette Basketball losing to Wisconsin

Justin Lewis threw a dunk with 5:44 to go to put Marquette Basketball by a bucket. It looked like Marquette was about to cause another astonishing upset against the Wisconsin No.23. Steve Crowl tied the game on the next possession. Chucky Hepburn buried a three, then longtime Badger Brad Davison …

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Marquette faces tough test against No. 23 from Wisconsin | State News

Marquette (7-1) vs. No.23 Wisconsin (6-1) Kohl Center, Madison, Wisconsin; Saturday, 12:30 a.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: No. 23 Wisconsin presents a tough challenge for Marquette. Marquette won one of his two games against ranked teams this season. Wisconsin comes off a 70-66 road victory over Georgia Tech on Wednesday. LEADING …

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Children’s Wisconsin seeks help for Giving Tuesday

GREEN BAY, WB (WBAY) – Action 2 News shines a light on Wisconsin Children’s Donation Tuesday. The hospital made headlines for treating 16 patients following a Christmas parade rampage earlier this month that left six dead and dozens injured. However, services provided by the hospital are helping children in need …

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Wisconsin chef among creators of new publication on indigenous cuisine

A groundbreaking Indigenous multimedia publication and cookbook have begun to appear, and a chef from Wisconsin is playing a central role. Chief Kristina Stanley, an assistant professor at Fox Valley Technical College in Appleton and a former business owner in Madison, is the project manager for The Gathering Basket, a …

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European junior silver medalist Mark Torok Dominik speaks in Wisconsin

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5 things to know about Wisconsin men’s hockey games against Clarkson | Wisconsin Badger Hockey

Wisconsin forward Carson Bantle (21) and teammate Jesper Peltonen (14) celebrate the Badgers’ 4-3 overtime win over Minnesota with goaltender Jared Moe (35) on November 5. KAYLA WOLF, STATE JOURNAL ARCHIVES Todd D. Milewski | Wisconsin State Journal After appearing in eight of their last 10 road games – and …

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Who Were the Victims of the Wisconsin Christmas Parade Tragedy? – NBC Chicago

Six people have died after a vehicle passed through a crowd at a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin over the weekend, turning a joyful holiday-filled afternoon into instant tragedy. The victims, aged 8 to 81, include a child, a man and four women, according to Waukesha officials. More than 40 …

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Wisconsin Badgers Football: Are You Crazy Brother? UW is moving up the rankings again!

Another week, another nicer grading for your Wisconsin badgers. As the Georgia Bulldogs rack up all the votes for first place again, the brave Badgers rack up all the votes for eighteenth place. Smart if you ask me. Right in the meaty part of the curve, without showing off but …

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Adrian Martinez of Nebraska sets program all-time mark in loss to Wisconsin

Michael hanich | 5 hours ago Nebraska has seen many important and longtime playmakers on the offensive end of the ball. Junior quarterback Adrian Martinez has just added his name as one of the most productive offensive players in program history. Early in the fourth quarter, Martinez became the program’s …

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“Mayor” AJ Dillon fully embraced life in Northeastern Wisconsin

The 6-foot, 247-pound backer received praise from MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers for his consistent progress in passing protection and catching passes. The Packers also needed him after Jones left in the third quarter against Seattle with a knee injury that could rule him out of Sunday’s game against the Minnesota …

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Wisconsin High Court Rejects Steven Avery’s Request for Review, Subject of “Making a Murderer”

Wisconsin’s highest court on Wednesday dismissed a petition from Steven Avery, the subject of “Making a Murderer,” for a review of his high-profile murder case. “It is ordered that the request for review be dismissed, without costs,” said the court decision. LAWYER STEVEN AVERY HIGHLIGHTS NEW WITNESS IN “MAKE A …

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Huskers say goodbye to hectic week off, focus on Wisconsin

LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) – The Nebraska football team is “pushing”, according to Adrian Martinez. The junior quarterback says it’s been a tough week for many players following the sacking of four assistant coaches. “Guys obviously weren’t jumping up and down about it,” Martinez said. “Relationships have been formed over the …

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Northern Wisconsin Fairground Barn Replacement Project

CHIPPEWA FALLS, Wisconsin (WEAU) – On April 9, 2019, the Show Barn / Coliseum (Red Barn) at the North Wisconsin Fairgrounds in Chippewa Falls had to be removed due to structural issues. After 130 years of service, part of the roof collapsed, making the building unsafe. They now have serious …

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Biden appoints political posts in rural Wisconsin

President Joe Biden on Thursday appointed two longtime Wisconsin rural experts to positions in the state offices of the US Department of Agriculture. Rural advocates across the state have applauded the nominations as victories for small farmers across the state. Biden has appointed Eugene Schriefer, a senior outreach specialist at …

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