Rep. Nick Milroy On Inauguration And Committee Appointments Article Image

Rep. Nick Milroy On Inauguration And Committee Appointments

Rep. Milroy sworn in for his sixth term in the Wisconsin State Assembly
Representative Stafsholt Sworn In To Serve Second Term Article Image

Representative Stafsholt Sworn In To Serve Second Term

Rob Stafsholt sworn in to serve second term as Representative for Wisconsin’s 29th Assembly District
Rep. Edming Honored To Continue Serving The 87th District Article Image

Rep. Edming Honored To Continue Serving The 87th District

Edming begins his third term representing the 87th Assembly District
Rep. Magnafici Sworn In As Representative Of The 28th Assembly District Article Image

Rep. Magnafici Sworn In As Representative Of The 28th Assembly District

Rep. Magnafici joins the Assembly with 35 years’ experience as a nurse and a current small business owner
Governor Evers Sworn In As 46th Governor Of Wisconsin, Gives Inaugural Address Article Image

Governor Evers Sworn In As 46th Governor Of Wisconsin, Gives Inaugural Address

Here are Governor Evers' remarks as prepared for delivery
AG Schimel On Whether Jail Staff Required To Comply With Do-Not-Resuscitate Orders Article Image
Governor Walker Appoints St. Croix County Judge And Ashland County District Attorney Article Image

Governor Walker Appoints St. Croix County Judge And Ashland County District Attorney

Attorney Scott J. Nordstrand, Attorney David Meany to fill positions
Community Alliance For Prevention Receives Grant To Prevent Youth Alcohol And Drug Use Article Image

Community Alliance For Prevention Receives Grant To Prevent Youth Alcohol And Drug Use

Washburn County’s Community Alliance for Prevention awarded Brighter Futures Initiative grant
Polk County Health Department Passes Review By State Health Officials Article Image

Polk County Health Department Passes Review By State Health Officials

Polk County Health Department has successfully passed the state’s health department review.
Governor Walker Announces State Ended Fiscal Year With $588 Million Surplus Article Image

Governor Walker Announces State Ended Fiscal Year With $588 Million Surplus

State to enter fiscal year 2018-19 with the second-largest opening balance since 2000
Voting Rights Groups File Lawsuit Against Early Voting Restrictions Article Image

Voting Rights Groups File Lawsuit Against Early Voting Restrictions

“Lawyers are very optimistic that this is a very strong case"
Rep. Edming To Serve As Chair Of Labor And Integrated Employment Committee Article Image

Rep. Edming To Serve As Chair Of Labor And Integrated Employment Committee

Rusk County Republican to lead new committee during the 2019-2020 legislative session
Walker Signs ‘Lame Duck’ Bills Article Image

Walker Signs ‘Lame Duck’ Bills

Walker said Evers will continue to enjoy some of the strongest powers of any governor
Kimberly-Clark To Keep Cold Spring Facility Open In Wisconsin Article Image

Kimberly-Clark To Keep Cold Spring Facility Open In Wisconsin

Company, WEDC reach agreement on tax incentives that will retain nearly 400 jobs
Rep. Quinn: Extraordinary Session Follow-Up Article Image

Rep. Quinn: Extraordinary Session Follow-Up

"Many of you have called and emailed voicing your opinion about the Extraordinary Session that happened last week"
A Message From Governor Walker Article Image

A Message From Governor Walker

Walker: "New governor will still have some of the strongest powers of any governor in the nation"
Speaker Vos: 'Sensationalized Rhetoric Serves No One' Article Image

Speaker Vos: 'Sensationalized Rhetoric Serves No One'

Wisconsin Speaker Robin J. Vos On Extraordinary Session
Rep. Edming: 'Restoring Balance' Article Image

Rep. Edming: 'Restoring Balance'

Senator Bewley: 'Don’t Buy the Snake Oil' Article Image

Senator Bewley: 'Don’t Buy the Snake Oil'

Washburn County Recieves Opioid Preparedness Grant Article Image
Rep. Quinn: 'Appropriate Power Sharing, Not A Power Grab' Article Image

Rep. Quinn: 'Appropriate Power Sharing, Not A Power Grab'

"Democrats Have Their Own Convenient Amnesia When It Comes To What We’ve Done Over The Last Eight Years”