Skip to main content
New Richmond News
Arrangements announced for three victims of last week's crash
Glenwood City incumbents retain seats after recall challenge
Frac mining company fined $200,000 for polluting stream; Durand couple loses court fight over tourist train; 11 more state news briefs
UPDATE: Body of Roberts man found at railroad bridge in New Richmond
Car gets worst of it in vehicle-snowplow crash
crime and courts
New Richmond boys hockey tops Somerset in overtime
Hudson boys basketball holds off New Richmond, 36-25
Thursday’s Results: New Richmond wrestlers hold off Somerset
Superior? New Richmond boys hockey team is this time
Blackman gets 100th win as Tiger wrestlers have productive start
Benefit for Robin Martell set for Dec. 15
Kiwanis Club set to judge annual lighting contest
Love Baskets will spread holiday cheer Dec. 15
Holiday spirit soars at concert
Santa visits Doyle’s Farm and Home
arts and entertainment
Douglas H. Krumm, 84
Madeline L. Witter, 78
Bernie Helen Singerhouse, 81
Kimberly Jean (Standaert) Kjeseth, 47
Our View: Be the reason someone else is thankful
12CV331 Bank of America vs Bruce David Bauer, et al
Village of Somerset - Jan. 2 Public Hearing Notice
11CV1108 CitiMortgage vs Anthony J Wall, Lyneette A Wall
City of New Richmond - Ordinance #462
Village of Somerset Board of Trustees Nov. 19 Minutes
April 27, 2009
Legislator makes new pitch for marriage
A Wisconsin legislator makes a new pitch for traditional marriage. Rep Don Pridemore, R-Hartford, has proposed what he calls a Families First package that includes a tax cut for low-income married families and tax credits for married couples who attend counseling classes. With...
April 27, 2009 - 9:00am
April 16, 2009
Milwaukee's Harley-Davidson ready to chop 400 more jobs
Milwaukee's Harley-Davidson says it will cut up to 400 more jobs after its quarterly profits plunged 37 percent from a year ago. The motorcycle company blamed the recession, a restructuring that began three months ago, and a change in Wisconsin corporate tax laws for a $70 million...
April 16, 2009 - 9:46am
January 9, 2009
State budget cuts to be felt across the board
Almost everybody will feel the effects of the latest state budget cuts, even the child who shows off a prized cow at the county fair. Gov. Jim Doyle's administration says it will ask lawmakers to cut $25 million in state grants that have not been awarded. It's part of an effort...
January 9, 2009 - 12:00am
January 7, 2009
Dealing with state budget deficit Doyle says cuts first
Staring at a state budget deficit of $5.4 billion, Gov. Jim Doyle said that cuts in state spending will be his first choice in balancing the budget, but there will also be tax hikes. "My first obligation is to do everything we can through cuts," Doyle said to reporters from The...
January 7, 2009 - 12:00am
September 25, 2008
Letter: The truth about candidate tax policies
To the Editor: John McCain is repeatedly running an ad that says Barack Obama's tax plan means "painful tax increases on working American families." These are the facts: The Tax Policy Center examined both parties' plans and found that Obama would keep the tax cuts for those making...
September 25, 2008 - 12:00am
September 12, 2008
Reports denies schools are dumping recess
A new report says it's not true that most elementary schools are scrapping recess to make kids study harder and do better on standardized tests. But the Center for Public Education says the practice exists in some places, and it's most likely in schools with high-poverty and large...
September 12, 2008 - 12:00am
August 15, 2008
Doyle administration continues Job Service cutbacks
Wisconsin's Job Service program is being slimmed down and the process will continue until the end of the year. Job centers in all 72 counties are being consolidated in 22 cities and many centers are closing as their leases run out. About 150 workers are setting up shop in local...
August 15, 2008 - 9:00am
May 22, 2008
State AG promises Justice Dept. will give $1 million back to treasury
Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen has promised to give $1 million back to the state treasury by the end of next month. Now, we're learning how he's doing it. The Associated Press said Van Hollen quietly gave up $600,000 in February, after Gov.
May 22, 2008 - 12:00am