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Southern Wisconsin neighbors: Obituaries published today

Read through the obituaries published in today's edition of the Read more

After Gov. Scott Walker took office, bills moved faster through the Wisconsin Legislature

An analysis by the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism shows the proportion of fast-tracked bills shot up to 26 percent in the first session of Walker’s term. Read more

Bone marrow transplants trace roots to UW-Madison 50 years ago

Bone marrow transplants, used routinely for leukemia and other diseases, worked only in identical twins until the first successful transplants involving other siblings as donors took place 50 years ago in Madison and Minneapolis. Read more


Nurse Practitioner opening near Madison

Growing primary care practice an hour north of Madison, WI has an immediate opening for a Nurse Practitioner. Read more


The finest destination for exceptional sleep in your Southern Wisconsin home

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Southern Wisconsin people no longer have to clean their gutters

Skip gutter cleaning this summer.

Wisconsin governor's race viewed as highly competitive

Some national prognosticators see the race as closer to a toss-up after Democrats nominated State Superintendent Tony Evers to challenge Gov. Scott Walker. Read more

Victim identified in Waunakee shooting, homicide suspect arrested, police say

Ronald Jenne, 74, has been arrested on a charge of first-degree intentional homicide, Waunakee police said. Read more

Man dies of gunshot wound at Lafayette County shooting range

The man's name and age were not released Saturday. An investigation is ongoing. Read more

Dane County resident is Wisconsin's 1st confirmed case of West Nile virus

A Dane County resident contracted the West Nile virus, the first confirmed Wisconsin case of the mosquito born infection this year, according to state and local health officials. Read more

1st African-American female bishop installed at Madison-area Lutheran synod

The installation of Rev. Viviane E. Thomas-Breitfeld as bishop in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America during a Saturday ceremony in Janesville marks the first woman of African descent to be installed to the church's ministry, according to a church announcement.  Read more

Pilot injured in ultralight plane crash in Janesville

The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the crash along with Janesville Police. Read more

City staff recommends funding for three neighborhood leadership programs for underrepresented residents

A city RFP wants to foster neighborhood leadership development and support civic engagement in areas where “residents tend to be underrepresented in City processes and decision making in general.” Read more




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