(1/24/13) Don't be surprised to see more-and-bigger trucks on Wisconsin's major highways.
(1/24/13) Life-Net, which provides in-home health care, has told state officials it would close its office in Eau Claire by the end of March.
The state D-N-R is taking public comments on a utility’s request to re-build part of a power line near a state trail in Chippewa County.
Wisconsin dairy cows were extremely busy during the holidays, as the state’s milk production rose by a sizable five-and-a-half percent compared to a year ago.
(1/23/13) The regular monthly meeting of the Black River Falls Utility Commission will be Monday, January 28, 2013, at 4:30pm at the Power House located at 119 N. Water Street, Black River Falls.
Wisconsin’s Ashley Furniture continues to get bigger. The Arcadia-based firm says it will open a new plant in Verona Mississippi, where it will employ 60 people to make mattresses and sofa-sleepers.
(1/22/13) All of Wisconsin remains below zero, as folks wake up to the coldest morning of the winter.
(1/22/13) Trial has been set to start in May for the Minnesota man charged with killing the owner of a La Crosse photography store and his son.
(1/21/13) Partners of Black River Memorial Hospital are hosting a LINEN SALE on Monday, February 11th, 2013 from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Black River Memorial Hospital.
On January 25th, the Blair Taylor girls basketball players have organized a fundraising effort for a local cancer charity involving the Rita Tranberg Cancer Foundation, out of Blair.
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