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UPDATE: Police apprehend armed suicidal man on Knowles Avenue
Ashley Furniture says $6M tax break will go to Arcadia flood control; same-sex marriage arguments today; 10 more Wisconsin stories
Storms take out power for 11,000 homes; DOT working on plan to distribute free voter ID’s; Nine more state news briefs
Police chase ends in Roberts backyard
UW seeking extra $95 million to 'grow talent'; 'Rapids native killed in Afghanistan; 11 more Wisconsin stories
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2014 Preview: New Richmond football team is beginning to believe
New Richmond football blisters River Falls, 38-17
2014 Preview: Somerset football team believes it has unfinished business
2014 Preview: St. Croix Central football team turns on the power
2014 Preview: A rare rebuilding season for New Richmond girls golf
Embracing and remembering farming history
On top of the world
Nike site veterans reunite Aug. 23
Corn-fed family fun
Memories made at 2014 Ox Cart Days
arts and entertainment
Lester Martell, 92
Ruth Earley McCabe
Rick E. Johnson, 55
Joseph M. Stephens, 53
Carol M. Ehnert, 87
12CV530 USA/Rural Housing vs Margaret T Wilson aka Margaret T Garcia
14CV369 In the matter of the name change of: Corey Steven Stanhope
Legal NoticeSTATE OF WISCONSIN ST. CROIX COUNTY NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE
City of New Richmond - Sept. 2 Plan Commission Public Hearing
13CV699 TCF Natl Bank vs Amy M MIller
Our View: Commons rehab project has potential
Letters to the Editor: Aug. 21, 2014
Celebrate aviation at Warbirds event
Letters to the Editor: Aug. 7, 2014
March 3, 2009
Doyle budget increases fee for handguns
It could get more expensive to buy a handgun in Wisconsin. Gov. Jim Doyle's proposed state budget would raise the fee for the buyer's required background check from $8 to $30. It's the latest in a long series of fee hikes and policy changes which critics and others are still digging...
March 3, 2009 - 9:00am
February 18, 2009
Doyle's cigarette tax hike would put Wisconsin in Top 3
Wisconsin would have the nation's third-highest cigarette tax under Gov. Jim Doyle's new state budget. He proposed a 75-cent increase last night, on top of the $1 hike which took effect just 13.5 months ago. It would make the state tax $2.52. And it would come soon after a federal...
February 18, 2009 - 9:30am
January 9, 2009
Our View: Pay hike a case of bad timing for our Legislature
Wisconsin legislators received a 5.3 percent pay raise when the new year started. It's quite a generous hike, considering that the state is facing the biggest budget deficit in history. To be fair, the bump in pay was approved two years ago when economic times were brighter.
January 9, 2009 - 12:00am
December 24, 2008
Lawmakers say they can't stop their 5.3 percent pay hike
Many Wisconsinites were probably fuming after hearing that their legislators would get a 5.3 percent pay raise next year. However, Capitol leaders said Tuesday they can't do anything to change it. Incoming Assembly Speaker Mike Sheridan, D-Janesville, says lawmakers have the option...
December 24, 2008 - 9:00am
December 5, 2008
Our View: Holding the line on tax hikes?
Legislative leaders and Gov. Jim Doyle seem reluctant to raise taxes to fix the state's budget challenges. That's good news for Wisconsinites, who have seen their incomes shrink and their jobs evaporate away. It's also good news for businesses, which face higher costs and lower profit...
December 5, 2008 - 12:00am
October 28, 2008
Doyle says looming deficit will impact pay hike for DAs
With a $3 billion state deficit looming, Gov.
October 28, 2008 - 12:00am
June 6, 2008
UW Regents approve 5.5 percent tuition hike
Students at the University of Wisconsin's four-year campuses will pay 5.5 percent more next fall. The Board of Regents approved the tuition hikes yesterday in Milwaukee. Undergrads at Madison and Milwaukee will pay almost $350 more for the year. The other four-year schools will...
June 6, 2008 - 12:00am
June 5, 2008
UW Regents may boost tuition to cover cost of veterans program
The University of Wisconsin Board of Regents will likely increase tuition by 5.5 percent when it meets later this week. The tuition hike mirrors the 5.5 percent increase the board approved for this past school year For a student at UW-Madison, it translates to $348 more. At UW-Milwaukee,...
June 5, 2008 - 9:00am