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Big Joint Finance decisions expected today as Walker travels; Lake Superior warm-up blamed for waning Lake Trout population, more state news
The Legislature's Joint Finance committee will decide the fate of a half-dozen signficant affecting the poor and unemployed, state assets and state workers who smoke. Read on for stories about the sale of Wausau Paper,a 2.5 degree warm-up of Lake Superior and a large industrial fire in Sauk City.
New Richmond varsity football coach Jason Eckert has submitted his resignation from his football post.RELATED CONTENT
Panel will decide on DNA-collection question, 'double-dipping'; house explosion levels one- damages five near Eau Claire; more state news
A Sunday afternoon explosion decimated a town of Washington home and blew out windows and cracked walls at surrounding properties. Also, members of the Legislature's Joint Finance committee have several weighty decisions before them this week, including some which would curtail Gov. Scott Walker-budget initiatives. Also, stories of a police shooting, bicyclist's death and more.
Mayor Fred Horne and City Administrator Mike Darrow will be sharing coffee and trash detail every Thursday morning this summer.RELATED CONTENT
New Richmond’s director of public works, Dan Koski, will be leaving his position at the end of the month.RELATED CONTENT
After visiting a friend’s nail salon in Hudson, Phong Nghiem discovered there was a need for nail salons in western Wisconsin. That’s when the idea for Dianna’s Nails was born.RELATED CONTENT
New Richmond High School has its fingers crossed that the snow is finally gone.RELATED CONTENT
St. Croix County will host a County Parks Open House Day Sunday, June 2, for all park visitors.RELATED CONTENT
The road to relocating St. Croix County’s Health and Human Services staff while the current building is demolished appears a little less smooth or direct following the board of supervisors meeting May 7.RELATED CONTENT
In an effort to let local youth know they matter, a local group of leaders have started a letter-writing campaign.RELATED CONTENT
Fourth grade students at Hillside Elementary participated in the second annual Egg Drop competition on Friday.RELATED CONTENT
In this day of computers and emails, receiving a handwritten, personal letter can be a special thing. Patty Schachtner, Somerset school nurse, helped organize the letter-writing campaign in the schools with Gina Knutson, Carol Jones, Gail Buell and Randy Calleja as a part of the Leadership Trust Initiative, a course sponsored by the New Richmond Area Community Foundation.RELATED CONTENT
The man accused of setting fire to a Roberts school will likely enter a not guilty by reason of insanity plea, said his attorney Monday (May 13).RELATED CONTENT
Law to curb circuit judge's powers wins approval; poll says slight majority favor Walker's performance; more state briefs
State laws that are struck down by circuit judges could stay in effect while they’re appealed, under a bill that got preliminary approval in the Assembly Tuesday. Also, stories about legislation to curb Milwaukee County Board- and WDEC employee discretion, and a discount boffo that cost a wine retailer some credibility with customers.
Every morning St. Croix Central Elementary students get off the buses and gather around the flagpole, standing in a field near the third and fourth grade cabins and recite the Pledge of Allegiance together. The elementary students are now attending “Panther Camp” located at Rolling Ridges Girl Scout Camp, which the school district is leasing from Girl Scouts River Valleys.RELATED CONTENT
The St. Croix Central School District is mourning the loss of two high school students.RELATED CONTENT
Starting today, you can make a difference in the lives of turtles by participating in the new Citizen-based Turtle Monitoring Project.RELATED CONTENT
Budget cutbacks and the lack of fee increases for several years have caused a severe reduction in the number of trout planted in the Willow and Apple rivers prior to the season opener.RELATED CONTENT
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