Tim Kaine Speaks In Milwaukee

Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine says he and Hillary Clinton are talking about jobs, while Donald Trump “shadow-boxes with every enemy he can think of.”  Kaine spoke to Democrats at a rally near the Lakefront Brewery on the Milwaukee River Friday.  He was flanked by party members like U-S Senator Tammy Baldwin, Congresswoman Gwen More >

Donald Trump Rally In Green Bay Friday Well Attended

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says his party members need to work together to rescue the nation from “the Clinton-Obama disaster.  Trump and vice presidential candidate Mike Pence made a campaign stop in Green Bay Friday night.  While in the Badger State, Trump ended his hold-out and endorsed party members like House Speaker Paul Ryan More >

More Discussion On Fight At Columbia County Fair Last Month

Portage city officials confirm they plan to talk to the Columbia County Fair Board about a fight involving three carnival workers at last month’s County Fair.  Thirty-one-year-old Steven Franke, 21-year-old Nathan Starks and 32-year-old Robert Hamm the Second made appearances in Columbia County Circuit Court a week ago today.  All three are charged with felony More >

Two-Year Old Child Killed In Sheboygan County

Sheboygan County authorities haven’t identified the two-year-old child killed Thursday afternoon, or the woman who was apparently taken into custody.  The county medical examine was falled to St. Nicholas Hospital’s emergency room at about 4:00 p-m.  Neighbors say police cars filled the street near a condominium in Sheboygan Falls as they watched the child rushed More >

Paul Ryan Comments On Donald Trump

House Speaker Paul Ryan says he still supports Donald Trump’s candidacy for president.  Appearing on Green Bay radio station W-T-A-Q Thursday, Ryan said Trump won the delegates and won the party’s nomination “fair and square.”  He indicated he wasn’t troubled by Trump’s non-endorsement in Ryan’s run for re-election.  The Janesville Republican said the only endorsement More >

Rep. Ron Kind Announces National Parks Centennial Story and Photo Competition

U.S. Rep. Ron Kind is honoring the upcoming 100th Anniversary of the National Parks Service by encouraging residents of Wisconsin’s Third Congressional District to submit their favorite photos and stories from their visits to U.S. National Parks. The guidelines are that the photos, stories, and the name of the park to be submitted to More >

Small Town Forums Coming up in Phelps, La Farge, Eagle and Shell Lake

The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) is joining Wisconsin Downtown Action Council, Wisconsin Rural Partners, UW-Extension Center for Community and Economic Development and U.S. Department of Agriculture in hosting four forums in August and September to provide communities the opportunity to network, share best practices and identify strategies for small-town success. More than half of More >

July Was the Deadliest Month on Wisconsin Roads so Far This Year

Last month, 60 people were killed in traffic crashes in Wisconsin, according to preliminary statistics from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT). It was the deadliest month on Wisconsin roads so far this year. Traffic fatalities last month were 21 more than July 2015 and six more than the five-year average for the month of More >

Military Retiree Appreciation Day Sept. 9 at Fort McCoy

A military Retiree Appreciation Day will be held Friday, September 9 at Fort McCoy. Retirees from all branches of the armed forces and their family members/guests are eligible to attend to receive updated information about retiree entitlement programs. The event will run from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sign-in starts at 7 a.m. in building More >

Attempted Robbery Thursday Morning in Mauston

There was an attempted robbery in Mauston Thursday morning. At approximately 8:15 am, a male subject entered the Downtown Branch of The Bank of Mauston and handed a teller a note demanding money. The subject did not display a weapon. Mauston Police Officers arrived at the scene and apprehended the subject as he exited the More >