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Somerset musicians qualify for state
Panther Pause -- Anticipating spring: Appreciating students and staff
Home visit leads to felony charges against Prescott couple
NRHS students participate in National High School Walkout
NR School Board member Skoglund resigns
crime and courts
Spring sports beginning to happen, weekend schedule listed
Blake Kretovics signs to play baseball at Winona State
New Richmond softball gets rough welcome to 2018
New Richmond's Blake Kretovics named 2018 WIAA Scholar Athlete
Somerset's Tony Martin to fight Saturday in UFC Fight Night in Atlantic City
Love Baskets starting holiday season
NR Chamber introduces new holiday event
Veterans Day ceremonies and events
Annual Veteran's Roundtable to be held Nov. 9
NRACF holding silent auction at local businesses
arts and entertainment
CITY OF NEW RICHMOND: Ad For Bids- 125th Street and Utility Improvements
CITY OF NEW RICHMOND: Ad For Bids- 2018 Fog Sealing
CITY OF NEW RICHMOND: Ad For Bids- 2018 Crackfilling
CITY OF NEW RICHMOND: 5/8/18 Plan Commission Hearing
CITY OF NEW RICHMOND: Ordinance 513 - Shoreland
Honorary chairpersons announced for St. Croix Art & Culinary Show
Stockholm Pie Company celebrates both a ten-year anniversary and grand opening
Dunn Brothers offering new option for coffee in NR
Hudson Physicians welcomes Greg Barlow, PA-C
2018 Business Woman of Year nominees announced
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Patricia Antoinette Stulas
Lois I. Hammelman
Roland Clarence Running
David Allen Osborne
Father Leonard Fraher
Support Daniel Hansen
Gary Hanson for St. Croix County Supervisor Dist. 11
Rich O'Connor- April 3rd
Bob Feidler for County Supervisor
Viewpoint: Invest in success, Science Olympiad pays it forward
Sarah Nigbor column: Finding my roots, and Finnish ones at that
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Wild Side column: Brimming rivers
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April 20, 2009
Judge Joe Brown hears New Richmond area case today (Monday)
A legal battle between two area residents will be featured on today's episode of Judge Joe Brown. According to a press release promoting the Judge Joe Brown show, "a longtime friendship is not enough to pay the bills in New Richmond when one sneaks into the other's rental property...
April 20, 2009 - 8:23am
March 9, 2009
Lawsuit settled over how state gives out voter info
Officials have settled a lawsuit from a political consulting firm over the way the state gives out voter information. The Government Accountability Board will pay $7,500 in legal fees to the Michigan firm of Practical Political Consulting. The company buys data about Wisconsin...
March 9, 2009 - 9:04am
February 23, 2009
Group plans to sue if Doyle's proposed domestic partner protections approved
A family rights' group says the state can expect a lawsuit if it approves the domestic partner protections in Gov. Jim Doyle's new state budget. Julaine Appling of Wisconsin Family Action believes the courts would rule them unconstitutional and her group has lawyers looking into...
February 23, 2009 - 9:00am
January 16, 2009
State AG drops voter registration lawsuit against Govt. Accountability Board
Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen has dropped his lawsuit against the state's Government Accountability Board. He says he's now convinced that the agency will do what he wanted and double-check the registrations of voters who have signed up since the start of 2006. Thursday, the...
January 16, 2009 - 12:00am
November 3, 2008
Hearing today on Wausau couple who prayed over daughter instead of getting medical help
A judge in Wausau will hold a hearing today (Monday) on a request to drop charges against a couple who prayed as their daughter died from untreated diabetes.
November 3, 2008 - 12:00am
October 8, 2008
Judge tosses Green Bay nativity scene lawsuit
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed against Green Bay officials for a nativity scene placed above the main entrance to City Hall last Christmas. It was only up for two weeks and the city had put a moratorium on similar displays. So Federal Judge William Griesbach said...
October 8, 2008 - 12:00am
September 25, 2008
Dane County judge delays ruling on Van Hollen case against GAB
We may not know until after the November elections if Wisconsin will have to double-check up to a million voter registrations made since the start of 2006. After a hearing Wednesday, Dane County Circuit Judge Maryann Sumi said she won't decide the question until Oct. 23. The expected...
September 25, 2008 - 9:00am
September 23, 2008
State GOP wants to join lawsuit against Govt. Accountability Board
The state Republican Party is the latest group that wants to join Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen's lawsuit against the Government Accountability Board. Van Hollen says he wants the Board to abide by federal law and review at least 241,000 voter registrations made since January...
September 23, 2008 - 9:00am
July 2, 2008
Link Snacks legal fight splits Minong, Wis., family
SHELL LAKE -- A legal battle among a family of multimillionaires in the Minong area, spawned by a father-son rift in 2002, might finally be resolved next week, after six weeks of testimony in Washburn County Circuit Court. In 2005, Link Snacks, owned by Jack Link and son Troy Link,...
July 2, 2008 - 12:00am
June 16, 2008
Plant guard, security firm ordered to pay $1.4 million
A St. Croix County judge ordered a former security guard and his employer to pay $1.4 million to women whose employee badge photos the man altered and posted on pornographic Web sites. In a lengthy decision filed June 6, Judge Eric Lundell ordered Troy C. Schmidt, 666 W. 4th St.,...
June 16, 2008 - 12:00am
April 1, 2008
Tomah student sues after zero on art project
The Tomah school district faces a lawsuit from a student who says he was discriminated against because he drew a picture for art class with Christian references. The lawsuit says the student's drawing showed a cross and a reference to the Bible, and because of that, the art teacher...
April 1, 2008 - 12:00am
January 28, 2008
State says Ho Chunk lawsuit is attempt to delay payment
The state of Wisconsin says a lawsuit filed by the Ho Chunk Nation is just an attempt to delay collection of $72 million. The state says the Ho Chunk owes that money for the casinos it operates. The tribe says it isn't obligated to pay. The suit filed in Dane County Circuit Court...
January 28, 2008 - 12:00am