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Southern Wisconsin neighbors: Obituaries published today

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Now hiring in Southern Wisconsin. Recently posted employment opportunities for job seekers

Looking for a new job? Browse through the newest job postings on and find your next career. Read more

Baraboo photographer of Nazi salute image says he told boys to 'say goodbye' to camera

The Baraboo photographer whose work inflamed social media and caused the school district to launch an investigation said the photo was a product of bad timing after he asked students to “raise your hands and say goodbye” to the camera. 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

Enjoy plush comfort with our patent-pending support system which actively contours and cradles your…


Reverse mortgages: Too good to be true?

Important information residents of Southern Wisconsin need to know before they decide.

Immigrant rights groups press for Wisconsin driver's licenses for 32,000 residents

Tony Evers has supported allowing immigrants in the country illegally to have a driver's license, but Republican lawmakers haven't reached a consensus. Read more

Two Minutes with Mitch Henck: Edgewood neighbor hits new low in high school football opposition

In "Two Minutes with Mitch" Madison radio personality Mitch Henck reacts to a State Journal letter writer who compared Edgewood High School's stadium proposal to "Germany marching through Belgium in World War I." Read more

Foxconn-style subsidy for Kimberly-Clark up for hearing before legislative panel

The measure is set for a hearing in the Legislature's budget-writing Joint Finance committee Wednesday morning. Read more

Madison City Council adopts 2019 capital and operating budgets

The council formally adopted the $347.7 million capital budget and $332.1 million operating budget early Wednesday morning. Read more

Madison City Council again denies $600,000 payment to Judge Doyle Square developer

The council voted 14-6 against the $600,000 payment meant to resolve a legal dispute after the issue was reconsidered Tuesday. Read more

Verona says it's addressing problems in its fire department identified in report

A consultant reviewing the "culture" of the Verona Fire Department issued a scathing report on Tuesday, citing bad leadership and a lack of professionalism as key problems within the department. Read more

Madison Ald. Ledell Zellers won't seek reelection

Zellers, long an activist in neighborhood affairs and a champion of historic preservation, was elected to the City Council in the spring of 2013. The district runs along the Isthmus east of the State Capitol and north of East Washington Avenue. Read more


Wisconsin sports

Badgers quarterback Jack Coan maintaining confidence after struggles at Penn State

Coan completed 9-of-20 passes for 60 yards with no touchdowns, two interceptions and a lost fumble against the Nittany Lions. Read more

Business briefing

Another axe throwing business could be on its way to Madison

Milwaukee-based AXE MKE is eying downtown Madison. Read more

Entertainment and leisure

Cooks' Exchange: Recipe for deer hunters

Although November in Wisconsin may prompt thoughts of chilly temperatures, leaf raking, hearty soups, chowders and stews, cranberries, and … Read more

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