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Polar vortex redux? Forecasters say it could hit next week
Merry Netflix: 40 holiday movies to watch in December
Finance committee asks for more info on drug investigator position
UPDATE: Market conditions contribute to River Falls' nursing home's closure
Landmark survey finds U.S. transgender people harassed in public restrooms
crime and courts
Raider wrestlers pass first BRC test
Vikings cut kicker Walsh after another rough outing
NORTHLAND OUTDOORS TV: Embrace winter’s majesty on this sled dog trek into Minnesota’s backcountry
NORTHLAND OUTDOORS: Midwest hunters are playing an integral role in the management of the excessive snow geese population
Raider football playoff run ends
ARFID could be to blame for so-called picky eaters
Reindeer by the Park draws lines for Santa
United Methodist training to be a dementia friendly congregation
Crowning Achievements announces princesses and kings at annual pageant
PHOTOS: Retailers go all out on window decor
arts and entertainment
PUBLIC NOTICE: Bass Lake Management Plan Review
VILLAGE OF NORTH HUDSON: 10/12/16 Special Board Meeting Minutes
VILLAGE OF NORTH HUDSON: Resolution 2016-07 (Adopt 2017 Budget)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS: Barbara J. Smrdel Estate; Case No 16PR90
VILLAGE OF NORTH HUDSON: Resolution 2016-06 (Library Tax Exemption Request)
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Editorial: Protesters win Pyrrhic victory
Small is good business
Letters to the Editor for Dec. 1, 2016
A lot to be thankful for this year
Trump should not pursue Clinton
Real Estate Showcase
November 29, 2016
Wisconsin roundup: Stein calls $3.5M recount estimate 'exorbitant'; Pierce, St. Croix among counties seeking disaster aid; 8 more state news stories
MADISON -- Jill Stein says the estimated $3.5 million cost of Wisconsin's presidential recount is "exorbitant." But the Green Party White House candidate says she's committed to paying it, and she'll ask supporters to come up with $2.4 million to cover that fee. The State Elections...
November 29, 2016 - 10:33am
October 26, 2016
Wisconsin roundup: Green Bay clerk refuses to put early voting site at UW campus; gas now $1.99 in parts of state; 9 more state news stories
GREEN BAY -- A newly released email shows that the Green Bay city clerk rejected a state lawmaker's request to put an early voting site at the city's UW campus because the clerk thought it would help the lawmaker's Democratic party. The Nation first reported on the email from Green...
October 26, 2016 - 8:57am
Kind hints he might support repeal of med device tax; band rails on Walker for using their song; 10 more Wisconsin stories
Kind hints he might support repeal of med device tax; band rails on Walker for using their song; 10 more Wisconsin stories WASHINGTON D.C. -- Those trying to repeal a federal tax on medical devices say they're getting more support from both parties in Congress. La Crosse House...
January 26, 2015 - 10:13am
December 29, 2014
Former Coast Guardsman to take over county’s top vet post
Early this month, the St. Croix County Board of Supervisors named Star Prairie resident Dale Cotch as the county’s next veterans service officer...
December 29, 2014 - 12:15pm
November 7, 2013
Kudos for county vets office
The St. Croix County Veterans’ Service Office was scheduled for special recognition by the board of supervisors at its November meeting Tuesday...
November 7, 2013 - 9:40am
November 20, 2009
VA expands Agent Orange related ills for Vietnam vets
Three new illnesses connected with Agent Orange have been identified as result of an independent study, the U.S. Veteran's Affairs office said...
November 20, 2009 - 1:32am
November 19, 2009
Fired head of a state veterans' nursing home gets his job back
The head of a state veterans' nursing home who was fired in August amid allegations of over-spending has gotten his old job back. Veterans' Affairs Secretary John Scocos re-instated William Crowley, after a Justice Department investigation found that more than $700,000 in spending...
November 19, 2009 - 9:00am
November 12, 2009
VA picks Middleton as the place for its new regional billing center
The Veterans' Administration has picked Middleton as the place for its new regional billing center. The Madison suburb beat out 11 other cities to get the North Central Patient Account Center. It will be located in a building owned by Steve Cohan, the CEO of a high-tech firm called...
November 12, 2009 - 9:00am
September 14, 2009
World War II vets take Honor Flights to national memorial
World War II veterans in northeast Wisconsin will soon get their chance to see their national memorial. About 100 vets will take part in the first Honor Flight from Appleton on Oct. 27. Several hundred veterans have taken similar one-day trips from La Crosse and Milwaukee the past...
September 14, 2009 - 9:00am
August 17, 2009
Lawmaker wants veterans to get paid leave on Veterans Day
State Sen. Dave Hansen introduced a measure getting a State Capitol hearing Tuesday. It wound require all Wisconsin veterans to be granted paid leave on Veterans Day. The legislation would cover all public and private employers. Veterans Day is Nov. 11. It is a federal holiday,...
August 17, 2009 - 9:00am
August 14, 2009
Seeks info on Korean vets
Dear Editor, I am attempting to locate the relatives of the 800 plus military personnel from Wisconsin who were killed (Killed in Action - KIA or MIA - Missing in Action or body not recovered) during the Korean War or died from Non-Hostile causes anywhere in the world during the...
August 14, 2009 - 1:19am
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
June 29, 2009
Wisconsin veterans get one of highest college tuition breaks under new GI Bill
Wisconsin veterans get a better deal than most for free or low-priced college tuition. The new GI Bill covers enough in tuition-and-fees to give veterans serving in Iraq and Afghanistan a free education at state's most expensive public college program. In Wisconsin, that's $663...
June 29, 2009 - 9:00am
June 5, 2009
HHS students donate socks, time to vets
Hudson High School students found a new way to honor veterans this year, just in time for Memorial Day. Students in Laurie Harmon's American...
June 5, 2009 - 12:47pm
March 16, 2009
State vet groups up in arms over measure in Obama VA budget
State veterans leaders are upset with an Obama administration budget proposal that would charge some veterans for their service-connected injuries at Veterans Administration Hospitals. The proposal calls for the VA to charge a veteran's primary insurance carrier for treatment of...
March 16, 2009 - 7:23am