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Statements of economic interest show lawmakers reported $112,850 in travel expenses paid by outside groups last year, a WisPolitics review found. The travel included events organized by groups such … more
RIVER FALLS – The River Falls City Council May 9 unanimously elected to reduce an environmental impact fee to $0 that helped fund the city’s former landfill. Households were paying … more
ELLSWORTH – A Pierce County Ad Hoc committee is taking the first steps toward a possible new judicial facility adjacent to the sheriff’s office at 555 W. Overlook Drive in Ellsworth. … more
PRESCOTT – The Prescott City Council didn’t waste any time approving a detour for the upcoming Prescott Daze at the council meeting on Monday, May 22. To deter residents from driving … more
It's been a long time in coming, but help finally appears to be on the way for local prosecutor offices around the state. And the fact that the Republican-dominated budget-writing committee took … more
Around 175 million tons of freight travels on the Mississippi River each year, and from the river’s headwaters to southern Illinois, a series of locks and dams guide barges through the journey. … more
RIVER FALLS – On Thursday, May 18, two dozen City of River Falls community members will receive recognition and celebrate completion of River Falls 101, the city’s first-ever citizens … more
MADISON – The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) today announced eight meat processors will receive grants through the 2023 Meat Processor Infrastructure … more
BAY CITY – Work has begun on the Upper Pool 4 Islands Complex Project in Bay City, celebrated by a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday, May 16 with Gov. Tony Evers in attendance. The U.S. Army … more
TOWN OF SALEM – Imagine being inexplicably ill for years with vomiting, stomachaches, headaches. You go to doctor after doctor, but they can’t figure out what’s wrong. Your children … more
PRESCOTT – The Prescott riverfront revival project may be moving forward without Leo’s Landing as part of the landscape. The Prescott City Council began the Monday, May 8 meeting … more
ELLSWORTH – For those living in the extraterritorial zoning area in the towns of Trimbelle or Ellsworth, an amendment has been made to the zoning ordinance regarding the sizes of unattached … more
A unanimous voice vote by the Wisconsin Senate on a piece of legislation is a rare occurrence. But that’s what happened on April 19, when state senators approved a bill to undo a decision by … more
PRESCOTT – The Prescott Planning Commission met on Monday, May 1 to discuss the proposed Waltz Ace Hardware Store project and addition in the former Churchill Market building at 1003 Campbell … more
The 61 st annual Pierce County Youth Government Day, sponsored by the Pierce County Council of the American Legion and Auxiliary took place Wednesday, April 26 at the Pierce County Courthouse. … more
RIVER FALLS – After extensive debate, the River Falls City Council voted 4-2 April 25 to allow open containers at the June 4 Taste of River Falls event in downtown River Falls. Two voted … more
RIVER FALLS – Three incumbent alderpersons received the oath of office at the April 18 River Falls City Council organizational meeting, including Sean Downing (District 1), Alyssa Mueller … more
PRESCOTT – The Prescott City Council bid farewell to outgoing Alderperson Thomas Oss at its April 13 meeting. With city redistricting, Oss was no longer eligible to run for his Ward 3-4 … more
ELLSWORTH – Village Administrator Clerk/Treasurer Brad Roy administered the oath of office to two new trustees and two incumbents at the April 18 Ellsworth Village Board organizational meeting. … more
St. Croix County and Pierce County have been awarded federal funds from the Department of Homeland Security under Phase 40 of the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program. St. Croix County … more
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