Judy Wiff has been regional editor for RiverTown’s Wisconsin newspapers since 1996. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and sociology from UW-River Falls. She has worked as a reporter for several weekly newspapers in Wisconsin.
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Mike Krsiean has one reason for running for Congress: The federal government has too much power and it's time the country remembered the limits set by the Constitution. Krsiean, Houlton, has entered the race for Wisconsin's 3rd District seat in Congress as an independent. The father of four daughters and an aerospace engineer working at Honeywell, he has not run for public office before but felt it was necessary now. While he and his wife Annie were working, running their small farm in the town of St.
STAR PRAIRIE -- A woman was severely injured Thursday evening when a St. Croix County deputy responding to an emergency call lost control of his squad car and struck her vehicle. According to a Regions Hospital spokeswoman, Carolyn Quenzer, 58, of Star Prairie is in critical condition this (Friday) morning. Sgt. Steve Tape of the Wisconsin State Patrol said her injuries are not considered "life threatening." The accident was reported at 5:43 p.m. Oct. 21.
They own the property. They have the county permit. Now St. Croix Animal Friends will focus on raising $2 million to build an animal adoption and education center. St. Croix Animal Friends was organized five years ago after an animal shelter in rural River Falls closed. To date SCAF has offered limited assistance to St. Croix County residents who can't afford to care for their animals. But on Aug.
An appeals court has upheld a battery conviction of a truck driver who hit another driver with a tire knocker during a dispute over blocking a fuel island. In a decision released Tuesday, Wisconsin's District III Court of Appeals affirmed the conviction of Richard M. Kubat, 54, Elk River, Minn. Kubat was placed on probation for a year and sentenced to 30 hours community service after a St. Croix County jury found him guilty of battering another driver during an incident that occurred Sept.
Area citizens will vote Sept. 14 to choose a Democratic candidate for the 30th District seat in the Assembly and a Republican candidate for the state's Third District seat in Congress. Statewide primary contests also include choosing a Republican candidate for U.S. Senate and both Democratic and Republican candidates for governor, lieutenant governor and state treasurer. Winners of the primary contests will go on to the general election Tuesday, Nov.
Matt Borup: Woodshop manager, parent Strengthening Wisconsin's economy by supporting and expanding business opportunities, encouraging job creation and helping small businesses will be his priorities in the state Assembly, says Matt Borup. Borup, 32, Hudson, will face Ben Plunkett, River Falls, in the Tuesday, Sept. 14, primary for the Democratic nomination for the 30th District seat in the Wisconsin Assembly. The winner of the primary will run against Republican candidate, Dean Knudson, in November. "It really was a very personal decision (to run)," said Borup.
Bruce Evers said he first got the idea to run for Congress while sitting in a deer stand, thinking of his six grandkids. What will they have if the United States doesn't get its spending under control?
Americans must regain confidence in their country, their government and the U.S. dollar before they will start spending, create new jobs and pull the country out of recession, says Dan Kapanke. Kapanke, who has represented the 32nd District in the Wisconsin Senate since 2002, is one of two Republicans challenging Ron Kind for the Wisconsin's Third District seat in the House of Representatives. After completing a week-long tour of businesses in the district, he stopped in the area for an interview as he heads into the home stretch for the Sept.
Just as Wisconsin families are getting by with less, state government must learn frugality, said Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Walker Tuesday. Walker - who faces Mark Neumann and Scott Paterick for the GOP nomination in the Sept.
An appeals court found a St. Croix judge showed "objective bias" when he warned a man that if he violated probation, he would get a stiff sentence and then followed through with the promise. In a decision filed Tuesday, the District III Court of Appeals reversed a sentence imposed by Judge Eric Lundell and sent James Robert Thomas, 37, Star Prairie, back to court for resentencing by a different St. Croix County judge. In March 2008 Thomas pled guilty to disorderly conduct and misdemeanor bail jumping, both as a repeater.