Winter storm will bring more snow to north
    The official start of spring was nearly a month ago, but you’d never know it in northwestern Wisconsin, as another round of heavy snow descends on the region. The National Weather service forecasts that a system which moved in the region overnight will bring snow Wednesday, with areas of blowing snow after midmorning. The snow could […]
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    Burke responds to Walker campaign launch
    Governor Scott Walker launched his reelection campaign on Tuesday, and his Democratic opponent says she can do better. With the Republican incumbent falling well short of his original pledge to create 250,000 new jobs, former commerce secretary and Trek bicycle executive Mary Burke said the state is falling behind. “Wisconsin we know is 35th in […]
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    Walker launches re-election bid (AUDIO)
    Citing the creation of over 100,000 new jobs in the state since he took office, the nearly $2 billion in tax cuts passed by the Legislature, and a UW tuition freeze, Governor Scott Walker began making his case this morning for another four years as governor. Walker officially announced his re-election bid during a rally […]
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    B-17 veterans take to the sky
    A group of World War II veterans got a chance to get up in the air on one of their old planes. The Experimental Aircraft Association helped organize a special flight on a B-17 bomber Monday. Bob Schuh of Chilton was a tailgunner on a Flying Fortress. “It brought back a lot of memories, I’ll […]
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    Wisconsin’s winter heating moratorium is ending
    Wisconsinites with overdue electric bills are being warned about having their power turned off. State rules prohibit utilities from disconnecting consumers during the cold winter months (November 1 through April 15), but after April 16, utilities are not required to provide service to customers who are behind on their bills. Nathan Conrad is spokesman with […]
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