Marcy West, of La Farge, will fill the vacant seat on the Natural Resources Board created when Evers’ first appointee, Fred Clark, resigned in September. The term ends May 1, 2025.
If Republicans support Evers' plan it may signal a shift in awareness about pollution after years of environmental deregulation.
As the frequency and intensity of floods, storms and other climate-related impacts grow, the Walker administration’s policy of feeding its base by refusing to say the words “climate change” or act strategically about it is becoming increasingly absurd.
Owned by retiring state Rep. Fred Clark, the store's grand opening on Madison's east side is set for 5:30 p.m., Wednesday.
As many as 10 communities in four states have talked to Black Earth Meats officials about starting a company patterned after the organic meat processing facility.
Privatization will be the final shove that may force many rural schools into closing their doors.
State Democrats announced their goals for education accountability reform include reinvesting in public schools and ensuring all schools recei…
Wisconsin state Rep. Mary Williams, R-Medford, announced Friday she is one of the multiple representatives not seeking re-election next term, …
A bill to legalize recreational pot garnered the support of six Democrats in the Assembly and one in the state Senate. Everybody else is noncommittal.
State Rep. Fred Clark, D-Baraboo, announced Friday his decision not to run for re-election to the state Assembly in 2014, according to a release.
Clark, who challenged Sen. Luther Olsen in a recall election in 2011, said both parties are to blame for a Legislature that does not work for average people.
Kudos to Boehner for chiding tea party extremists
After criticism from open government advocates and conservative activists, legislators will open the doors to an environmental event Wednesday.
Democratic Rep. Fred Clark says he wants to keep the event low-profile so that Republican lawmakers can gather information without pressure from conservative groups.
The damage from the shutdown has affected Americans at home and is affecting our standing in the world.
The country's largest trucking company cites safety and increased fuel consumption as reasons the state speed limit should stay at 65 mph, but Assembly votes to increase it to 70.
The college supports the idea of honoring the couple, but it’s too early to say what form it will take, Cornille said. A meeting with Eric Studesville is planned for November.
Kudos to Assembly Speaker Robin Vos for naming a bipartisan panel to tackle the tough issues facing rural schools.
Hershberger says jury acquittals earlier this year allow him to sell without a license through a buyer's club, a business model Rep. Fred Clark wants to legalize.
DNR Secretary Cathy Stepp rescinded a $500,000 grant to a politically connected group Friday after conferring with Gov. Scott Walker about new information and a public outcry related to the organization.
The state budget focuses on failed social policies and payoffs to their friends.
Legislators should move forward on the bipartisan venture capital bill, AB-181.