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Twitter recap: World's eyes on Baraboo High School after Nazi salute photo goes viral

A photo showing Baraboo High School students giving a Nazi salute before last spring's prom went viral Sunday and Monday, sparking a flurry… Read more

Lured murder, stolen delivery car head notable crimes in Madison this week

A weekly roundup of crime reports from Madison and the surrounding area. Read more

Scott Walker: 'Decent thing to do' is stay quiet during Tony Evers transition

Aside from a few nonpolitical posts on social media, Walker has stayed quiet since he was narrowly defeated by Evers in Tuesday's election.  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


Reverse mortgages: Too good to be true?

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


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Slow progress on harvest; rain, snow didn't help

Wisconsin growers were stymied in getting the last of the crops harvested last week, thanks to rain, snow and mud. Read more

Man ordered to strip after mugging, Madison police say

An adult-aged teen was ordered to strip early Wednesday morning after three men robbed and battered him in Downtown Madison, the victim able to run to a residence to get help. Read more

Judges permit state Assembly to join Wisconsin gerrymandering lawsuit

Federal judges are allowing the Republican-controlled state Assembly to join Wisconsin's gerrymandering case to ensure it's able to defend itself if a federal court deems the state's political maps unconstitutional.  Read more

State Debate: James Rowen's advice to Baraboo schools: Send Nazi-saluting students to the Holocaust Museum

A daily roundup of interesting newspaper editorials and blog posts from around Madison and Wisconsin. Read more

Kessler Diamonds founder Richard Kessler no longer with firm

A voice familiar to Madison radio listeners won't be pushing diamonds anymore. Read more

New Madison city budgets reject police body cameras and add money for flood mitigation

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

Baraboo leaders seek healing after Nazi salute controversy

For Jewish Baraboo resident Marcy Huffaker, the image of teenage boys from her community smiling as they extend their arms in a Nazi salute evokes a visceral reaction of shock and fear. Read more


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