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Mississippi approaching flood stage

Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Water at Riverside Park has gone up 3 feet in 3 days

Trump's $4.1 trillion budget relies on deep domestic cuts

Tuesday, 23 May 2017
Trump's $4.1 trillion budget relies on deep domestic cuts

Plan, outlined in White House summary documents, will be released today.

Walker talks budget, Trump after meeting students in Galesville

Monday, 22 May 2017
Walker talks budget, Trump after meeting students in Galesville

"He's got a good cabinet. Arguably one of the best. At least in modern history," Walker said of Trum...

City to end unlimited street parking on weekends, holidays

Monday, 22 May 2017
City to end unlimited street parking on weekends, holidays

Downtown Mainstreet business group lobbied for the change.

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Who Absorbs Recycling Cuts?

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Porn Sentencing Postponed

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Judge Switcharoo

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Judge James Daley may have lost his race for the state Supreme Court

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Kind Attends VA Town Hall

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What's Going On With The Rail Lines!

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Sage Could Be Gone And Nelson Supports It

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Baldwin Says Budget Bad For Wisconsin

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Drug drop-offs working well

22 May 2017

That is a lot of drugs. Which could have ended up in the wrong hands, or on the street. People in Wisconsin were clearly eager to properly dispose of expired...

Losey Boulevard needed work, 59 years ago

Tuesday, 23 May 2017

In May of 1958, the L.G. Arnold Company of Eau Claire was the low bidder for a concrete paving project on Losey, from State Road south to Ward Avenue. The...

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