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    Village of Necedah Begins Search for New Public Works Coordinator

    The Village of Necedah is looking for a new public works coordinator.  Warren Nordgren announced he will be leaving the position during the villages January 14th meeting.  Nordgren will be moving into the Kenosha area.  The village will be looking for someone knowledgeable in sewer systems, parks, and water treatment systems.  The position pays between More >

    Murder Suspect Being Sought Once Escaped From Prison

    Wisconsin law enforcement agencies are looking for a 68-year-old murder suspect with a long criminal record.  Robert Pulvermacher is wanted for his role in the death of a Lake Delton man.  The body of a man who had been reported missing was found in a car at the Ho-Chunk Casino near Wisconsin Dells Monday.  Pulvermacher More >

    Area Prison Affected by Government Shutdown

    The Oxford Prison in Adams County is the latest victim of the current government shutdown.  Tim Viegut, president of   of Local 3495 of the American Federation of Government Employees at the Federal Correctional Institution in Oxford, says about 235 prison employees will show up to work but not receive a pay check.  Monday was day More >

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    Assembly Republicans Propose Income Tax Cut

    G-O-P members of the Wisconsin Assembly are proposing a 10-percent income tax cut similar to what Democratic Governor Tony Evers says he wants. Republicans unveiled their plan earlier today (Thursday). Evers campaigned on paying for an income tax cut by reducing a corporate tax cut program by about 340-million dollars. However, Republicans say they would More >

    Evers Could Include “1st Step” Toward Legalizing Medical Marijuana In Budget

    Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers has told members of the Wisconsin Technology Council board he favors legalizing medical marijuana, but he says he won’t rush it.  Evers says he will likely include what he calls a “first step” toward legalization in his state budget proposal. It is possible he might call for a statewide referendum.  Evers More >

    Governor To Push For Medicaid Expansion Despite GOP Opposition

    Republican legislative leaders call Medicaid expansion a “non-starter,” but Wisconsin’s governor says he will keep pushing for it.  Governor Tony Evers met with Republicans Tuesday to talk about priorities for the current session.  Evers thinks he will convince Republican lawmakers of his point of view.  Assembly Speaker Robin Vos says he’d rather talk about areas More >

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