Packers could be headed for London
    The National Football League wants the Green Bay Packers to play a game in London and could happen as early as next season.   Speaking at the Packers annual shareholders meeting on Thursday, team President and CEO Mark Murphy said the Packers would welcome a chance to play in London but it can’t be a […]
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    Garza rebounds, Brewers win fourth straight
    Matt Garza rebounded from a poor start last weekend to pitch the Milwaukee Brewers to a 9-1 win over the New York Mets last night at Miller Park. Garza allowed a run on two hits in eight innings of work to improve to 7-7 on the season.  He gave up five runs in one-third of an […]
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    Panel examines funding and governance of tech colleges
    A legislative committee examines Wisconsin Technical College System funding and governance responsibilities. Lawmakers hear from experts at the state Capitol on “viable options to lowering property taxes.” Joe Murray with the Wisconsin Realtors Association cites recent polls showing property tax is the “most onerous” tax for Wisconsin residents. He says, “According to a poll conducted […]
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    Variable Pricing introduced to Shareholders
    Green Bay Packers President and CEO Mark Murphy told shareholders on Thursday at Lambeau Field that ticket holders could be introduced to variable ticket pricing as early as next season.  Murphy said ten or more NFL teams are already using variable pricing to some degree. Variable ticket pricing means a team can charge different prices […]
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    Gaugert captures 2014 State Amateur title
    Alex Gaugert fired a 2-under par 68 and came from behind to win the Wisconsin State Amateur Championship at Ozaukee Country Club. The 22-year old native of Lake Geneva birdied four of the first five holes, surpassing U of Wisconsin assistant golf coach Robbie Ziegler.  Ziegler led after each of the first three rounds, but shot […]
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