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    Upcoming American Red Cross Blood Drives

    The American Red Cross urges eligible donors to give blood and platelets this fall to help restock the shelves following a significant summer shortage to ensure an adequate blood supply for patients in need. Upcoming blood donation opportunities include one on October 10 at the Adams County Community Center in Adams from 12:30 to 5:30 More >

    Harvest Day Celebration Features Tours of Cranberry Marsh, Pumpkin Patch and More

    WARRENS, Wis. – During the first ever Warrens Harvest Day Celebration, visitors can tour a cranberry marsh, take a wagon ride to a pumpkin patch, pick apples at a 140-year-old orchard, sample award-winning cranberry wines, and have a cranberry slider or cranberry brat for lunch. The Oct. 1 event is hosted by the Wisconsin Cranberry More >

    Man Killed In Dells Area Interstate Crash

    (Lake Delton, WI)  —  A 51-year-old Reedsburg man has died after his vehicle crashed on the Interstate in the Wisconsin Dells area. The State Patrol says the man veered off the eastbound lanes of I-90 at Lake Delton, and he tried correcting himself but the vehicle flipped and he was ejected. The man died later at More >

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    Driver with no hands reaches settlement with Wisconsin DOT

    GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — A Fox Valley man and state transportation officials have settled a lawsuit over his attempt to get a driver’s license. Mark Speckman was born without hands and says he was discriminated against as he tried to obtain a license in Wisconsin after moving from California where he had a clean driving More >

    DNR: Adding positions will improve large farm permit ratios

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources officials say reallocating positions to help regulate large farms will mean more workers handling fewer permits. The DNR’s 2017-19 budget request calls for shifting four positions to regulating large farms, saying the industry has grown dramatically over the last decade. The DNR’s budget director, Joe Polasek, told the More >

    DNR board cringes at possible forestry move

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Department of Natural Resources board members are balking at potentially moving the agency’s forestry headquarters from Madison to northern Wisconsin. The 2015-17 state budget mandated the DNR prepare a move proposal. The agency included the proposal in its 2017-19 budget request. According to the plan, building a headquarters in Wausau would cost More >

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