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Polk Co. teen shot through forearm when gun discharges
New state work mandate causing 15,000 to lose food stamps; gun deer season ends with likely third fatality; 11 more Wisconsin news stories
Rep. Kind: International coalition needed to defeat ISIS; Thanksgiving Day crashes claim two lives; 9 more Wisconsin news stories
Brakes cause of semi truck fire
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Bucks Night another big success for Star Prairie Fish and Game
New Richmond places eight, Somerset three on All-MBC boys soccer team
New Richmond boys basketball thumped; boys hockey plays Saturday night
Schroeder finalist for Mom of the Year
Malecek wins, capping wrestling event at St. Croix Central
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Beukema takes fourth in Showmanship at World Dairy Expo
New Richmond High School names Breelyn Karno top youth volunteer of the year
St. Mary's Catholic school celebrating 125th anniversary
Say hello to Birdie
Tis the season
After one year, Ruby's Pantry continues to serve New Richmond
Rukstales' sandwiches named Best in the World
2015 New Richmond Citizen of the Year: Nominations are in, it's now time to vote
Veterans Day 2015
arts and entertainment
Village of Somerset - Nov. 17, 2015 Budget Hearing/Meeting Minutes
Notice of Public Hrg - Specialized Transportation Assist. Grant - Dec. 17, 2015
Wisconsin Winter Tips - St. Croix Hwy. Dept.
December 17, 2015 St. Croix Community Development Committee Public Hearing
December 17, 2015 St. Croix Board of Adjustment Public Hearing
Ronald Peper, 67
Shelly L. Coenen, 22
Lucille "Lucy" Petersen, 91
Clinton Pfluger, 78
Alice Koshenina, 89
Safety in the forefront
Letters to the Editor: November 26, 2015
Letters to the Editor: November 19, 2015
Students learning to be part of the community
August 27, 2009
Large crowds rally in Green Bay and Madison on national health care
The debate on national health care reform was heard loud and clear at two large events in Wisconsin last night. More than 1,700 opponents of the current House reform package attended a discussion in Middleton, held by the conservative Americans for Prosperity. And around 450 supporters...
August 27, 2009 - 9:01am
Woman takes on Time Magazine's cover story on cheap food
The Woman of the Year for Madison's World Dairy Expo takes issue with the cover story in this week's Time Magazine. "The Real Cost of Cheap Food" portrayed animals drugged with antibiotics in prison-like conditions, producing food that's making Americans obese while gobbling up...
August 27, 2009 - 9:00am
August 25, 2009
Research at UW-Madison brings hope for people with macular degeneration
Millions of people who have trouble seeing could someday be cured, thanks to new research at University of Wisconsin-Madison. David Gamm and Jason Meyer led a team of scientists who converted stem cells from both embryos and human skin into different kinds of retinal cells. It...
August 25, 2009 - 9:00am
August 19, 2009
7-year-old pulls cousin from bottom of pool, father revives child with CPR
Seven-year-old Ethan Clinton and his father are being nominated for a life-saving award. New Berlin police say Ethan saw his four-year-old cousin on the bottom of the deep end of a swimming pool last weekend. The boy jumped into the water, swam to the bottom, pulled the younger...
August 19, 2009 - 9:00am
July 13, 2009
UW-Madison Hospital testing experimental treatment for juvenile diabetes
A University of Wisconsin Hospital in Madison is testing an experimental treatment for Type 1 juvenile diabetes. Adult stem cells are put into patients intravenously, with the goal of reducing the inflammation that stops the body from making insulin. Type 1 diabetics must use...
July 13, 2009 - 8:59am
July 9, 2009
Safe drivers? Try Madison and Milwaukee
Madison and Milwaukee have some of the nation's safest big-city drivers. That's according to a new study by Allstate Insurance. Madison is the 13th safest among the country's 200 largest cities. And Milwaukee is 19th, based on Allstate claims data. The firm said Madison drivers...
July 9, 2009 - 9:06am
July 8, 2009
ATC studies possible line carrying electricity from La Crosse to Madison
Three companies have spent the last year studying the idea of putting an electric transmission line from La Crosse to Madison. But now, the American Transmission Co., says it's considering an even bigger line along the same route. And it would carry green electricity made by wind...
July 8, 2009 - 9:05am
July 6, 2009
Madison Area Technical College receives grant to help vets transition to civilian life
As colleges attract more veterans, Madison Area Technical College is using a new grant to help returning vets make the transition to civilian life. The American Council on Education and the WalMart Foundation gave the school a $100,000 Success for Veterans grant. Michael Shumway,...
July 6, 2009 - 9:00am
July 1, 2009
Census reports Milwaukee gains 7,500 residents, Madison is fastest-growing city
Milwaukee is now America's 23rd largest city, down from 19th at the start of the decade. But the city still grew by 7,500 residents since 2000, and according to the Census Bureau's new estimate it had almost 605,000 people as of last July. Milwaukee's population has grown ever...
July 1, 2009 - 9:00am
Wimmer beats out Kenseth to win All-Star Challenge in Madison
Wausau native Chris Wimmer beat out top NASCAR driver Matt Kenseth of Cambridge to win the All-Star Challenge last night at Madison International Speedway. Wimmer, a short-track veteran who occasionally runs on the NASCAR truck circuit, got inside Kenseth on the 90th lap to take...
July 1, 2009 - 9:00am
June 10, 2009
More affluent cities could use up to 15 percent in state aid
Wisconsin's more affluent cities and villages would lose up to 15 percent of their state aid under the proposed budget. That's what the non-partisan Legislative Fiscal Bureau said Tuesday. It released a breakdown of what each local government would get. The aid is being cut by...
June 10, 2009 - 9:00am
May 27, 2009
Madison judge will decide wrongful death suit in Zimmermann case
A judge in Madison plans to decide by next Friday whether to proceed with a wrongful death suit in last year's slaying of University of Wisconsin student Brittany Zimmermann. Her relatives and fiancé said authorities were negligent in responding to Zimmermann's apparent call for...
May 27, 2009 - 9:09am
Police start collecting racial data on stopped drivers in 2011
If you're stopped for a traffic violation, the officer will take note of your race and send that data to Madison starting in 2011. The state Legislature's Joint Finance Committee endorsed that move Monday, to determine if officers are hassling minorities. Gov. Jim Doyle's proposed...
May 27, 2009 - 9:00am
May 6, 2009
Pfizer Inc., will use Wisconsin's embryonic stem cells in research
University of Wisconsin-Madison's embryonic stem cells will help the world's largest drug maker look for new therapies. Pfizer Inc., has signed a license agreement with the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation. Chief scientific officer Ruth McKernan says Pfizer will explore a...
May 6, 2009 - 9:00am
January 26, 2009
Promoter dies at monster truck show in Madison
Authorities in Madison say the death of a monster truck show promoter at a performance Saturday night was a "tragic accident." But federal safety officials will have the final word after they investigate. George Eisenhart, 41, Chardon, Ohio, was announcing the event when he was...
January 26, 2009 - 12:00am