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Wisconsin Supreme Court Upholds Walker Reforms, Public Unions Hardest Hit

Remember a few years ago when Occupy types and union activists invaded the Wisconsin capitol building? And remember when those same folks tried to recall Walker as governor and lost? 216 more words


Ex-bishop gets 10 years in fatal Wisconsin crash

MADISON, Wis. (AP) – A former Lutheran bishop has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for killing a Wisconsin jogger while driving drunk.

The Wisconsin State Journal reports 60-year-old Bruce Burnside was sentenced Thursday following a nearly eight-hour hearing. 91 more words


Thank You Thursday - July 31, 2014

I lived six months here in Wisconsin and trust me, six months just of thanking are not enough to pay back for what I got. I got a new family, and with that I discovered a different concept of family itself, totally different from my natural family but equally important.

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By Trey Arentz

There are days that come along in life that can really test the strength of a person. About a month ago I was told one of the most heart-wrenching things I will ever hear in my life. 995 more words


Grower Profiles: Felix Zeloski Farms Continues Farming Traditions; Looks On to New Horizons

“It’s something you say you won’t do and then you miss it when you’re away from it.”

That’s what the general manager at Felix Zeloski’s Farm in Eagle River says of farming. 528 more words


Audit questions state pension fund bonuses

MADISON (AP) – Auditors are questioning the $13.3 million in bonuses given to managers of the state’s pension fund last year.

The nonpartisan Legislative Audit Bureau’s report… 103 more words


Colorado Woman Guilty Of Kidnapping Newborn Nephew

MADISON, Wis. (AP) – A Colorado woman was convicted Thursday of kidnapping her newborn nephew in Wisconsin and abandoning him in freezing temperatures outside an Iowa gas station as police closed in. 318 more words