For the next three weeks or so, Columbia County supervisors are in for some heavy reading, in more ways than one.
Madison's Digital Technology Committee is recommending that a broad fiber-to-premises plan provided by a consultant not be pursued at this time and that the city explore smaller, more targeted approaches.
A repeat of the 2016 51st Assembly race pits incumbent Todd Novak, who is seeking a third term, against Jeff Wright, the assistant superintendent for the Sauk Prairie School District.
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- Gundersen Health - Nurse Researcher
- PIGGLY WIGGLY - Cake Decorator
- GREYSTONE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT - Property Manager
- VERONA AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT - Payroll and Benefits Specialist
- EPIC - Facility Team Members Wanted
- RENEWAL UNLIMITED - Spanish/English Interpreter
- RENEWAL UNLIMITED - Transportation/Facilities Manager - Portage Administrative Office
- PARK PRINTING SOLUTIONS - Printing Press Operator
- ADVANCED ASSEMBLY - Job Fair October 24
- COLONY BRANDS - General Warehouse Workers, Forklift Operators, Embroidery Machine Operators, Truck Drivers
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Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel, a Republican, is being challenged by political newcomer Josh Kaul, a Democrat, in his bid for another four-year term. The general election is on Nov. 6. (I) indicates incumbent.
Two contenders who faced off in a special election in June for the 42nd Assembly District seat will have a rematch on Nov. 6, this time, for a full, two-year term.
Republican Attorney General Brad Schimel and Democratic challenger Josh Kaul don't agree on much, particularly Schimel's handling of a backlog of sexual assault evidence kits, lawsuits involving the environment and health care and Kaul's experience.
Whey does Tammy Baldwin, a liberal Democrat, remain popular in a state that has drifted to the right and where voters are sharply divided over who should be governor?
"He wanted the world to know that if he didn’t hit 250,000 jobs someone was to blame for it, and it wasn’t him," the former head of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. said of Gov. Scott Walker.
Baldwin said the U.S. should impose sanctions on Saudi Arabia and Vukmir agreed but added that she trusts President Donald Trump to make a decision once he "has all the information."
Those in a crowded field running for mayor said they are running because the city needs new leadership and are ready for a debate on the issues.
Aaron Perry, founder of the Men’s Health & Education Center, was recognized for his efforts on TIME Magazine’s “50 Most Influential People in Health Care” list.
A series of proposed amendments for public safety to Mayor Paul Soglin's proposed $332 million operating budget for 2019 come amid continuing incidents of shots fired, youth stealing cars and committing other crimes, and a focus on human trafficking.
Walker and Evers sparred over taxes, education, health care, immigration, drunken driving and marijuana legalization Friday in the first of two scheduled debates.
Evers admitted the document "should have used proper citations" and "that should not distract from the proactive, positive vision we put forth."
La Crosse County Sheriff Steve Helgeson, lamenting the fact that so many inmates in the county jail are struggling with mental health issues, nonetheless is thankful that police, deputies and jail personnel are better trained to accommodate such inmates.
This year's Latino Health Fair will be held this Saturday, Oct. 20, at Bethel Lutheran Church at 312 Wisconsin Ave. from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.