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Chamber picks Rob Kreibich as new executive director
Middle school Tiger Night set for Sept. 26
Board approves Leo A Daly contract, FirstRobotics team
Tax levy, mill rate go up
Compass awards announced
crime and courts
New Richmond boys soccer team takes MBC lead
New Richmond football uses big plays to sting Durand, 35-7
Somerset football team braces for battle with Ellsworth
New Richmond volleyball team wins Grantsburg Invitational again
St. Croix Central football team unveils more facets of its offense
Riverboat Cruisin’ for Kids
Return of the Border Battle
Heritage Court Art Show set for Sept. 23
Cowgirls take over SomerStar Ranch
arts and entertainment
Orville J. Knoll, 86
Terry J. Olsem, 60
Larry Parfitt, 75
Larry Parfitt, 75
Arnold Geister, 76
Village of Star Prairie Board Proceedings - August 6, 2014
14Cv53 Royal Credit Union vs Dale A Knutson
14CV5 Bank of America vs Troy C Austin, Jon\'a N Austin
Community Right-to-Know About Hazardous Materials - St. Croix County
Town of Somerset, Vil of Somerset & Somerset Fire/Rescue Joint Meeting 7/23/14
Our View: Changes coming to newspaper next week
Letters to the Editor: Sept. 18, 2014
Our View: Fire contract needs to be reworked
Letters to the Editor: Sept. 11, 2014
Our View: City department tour is a valuable tool
September 16, 2009
Assembly expected to pass most significant drunken driving reforms in decade
The Wisconsin Assembly is expected to pass tomorrow what supporters call the most significant drunken driving reforms in a decade. The bill would make four-time OWI a felony if it happens within five years of a third offense. Repeat offenders would have to breathe into sobriety...
September 16, 2009 - 9:22am
August 3, 2009
Doyle working on public school reforms, billions in federal grants
Gov. Jim Doyle is working on a host of public school reforms aimed at getting youngsters to perform better and to bring in billions in federal grants. But to get the money, Wisconsin would have to repeal a law that bans the use of student test scores to evaluate teachers. U.S....
August 3, 2009 - 9:00am
June 12, 2009
Congressman says there's a big difference in president's health care words and plans
Janesville Congressman Paul Ryan says there's a big difference in what President Obama says about health reform, and what he actually plans to do. House Republicans chose Ryan to respond to Obama's town hall meeting on health care in Green Bay Thursday. He said the Democrats in...
June 12, 2009 - 9:00am
February 9, 2009
Lawmaker says campaign finance reform bill has no teeth
A longtime supporter of campaign finance reform says a recent rule change in the Assembly does more harm than good. Assembly leadership this week approved a rule that bans campaign fund raising during budget negotiations. The move has been applauded by campaign finance reform...
February 9, 2009 - 12:00am
January 27, 2009
Governor and others express need to reform child-care assistance program
Officials from the governor on down are expressing the need to reform Wisconsin's child-care assistance program. And they're also blaming each other for the fraud and abuse the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel uncovered over the past two days. Sen. Mary Lazich, R-New Berlin, said she...
January 27, 2009 - 12:00am
September 23, 2008
Obama tells Green Bay crowd he'll ask for 10-percent cut in fed contractor spending
Barack Obama told 7,000 people in Green Bay Monday that Republican John McCain is a late-comer in reforming Wall Street. The Democratic presidential hopeful laid out his own prescription for financial reform. Obama vowed to end what he called "the era of greed and irresponsibility." He...
September 23, 2008 - 9:00am
July 15, 2008
Group pushes deadline on health care reforms in state
When Republicans controlled the state Legislature, Democrats tried in vain to promise affordable health care to all Wisconsinites by a certain date. Now, with the prospect of Democrats ruling the Capitol, the liberal-leaning Citizen Action group is pressing the issue again. It got...
news / health
July 15, 2008 - 9:00am
February 8, 2008
Letter: Average American in worse shape today
To the Editor: In his letter last week, local Republican Jim Schroeder told us that President Bush's tax reform put "an average of $2,000 more in everybody's annual pay envelope." Excitedly, I started looking in my pay envelope. White House economists like averages. For example,...
February 8, 2008 - 12:00am