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February 7, 2016

 
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MILWAUKEE - U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson framed his re-election campaign as a matter of security - both military and economic - at a town hall meeting Friday, saying jobs and health care demand the same attention as the fight against terror. The Republican incumbent cast sharp distinctions with his Democratic rival Russ Feingold on those issues, plus minimum wage and climate change as he said he wants to return to Washington because "this nation is on the wrong course, and we've got to correct it."

Jazz pull away in fourth quarter 
for 84-81 win over Bucks

SALT LAKE CITY - The Utah Jazz struggled offensively for the second straight game. Once again, it didn't matter. Rodney Hood scored 23 points and the Jazz pulled away late in an 84-81 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Friday night despite an ugly offensive performance. The Jazz won their season-high fifth consecutive game but shot just 39 percent from the field. "I think we were an offensive juggernaut," Jazz coach Quin Snyder joked. 

Plaintiffs in NHL concussion case now count 105 ex-players

ST. PAUL, Minn. - Long after the end of his NHL career, Steve Payne is living an empty-nest life with his wife and three dogs in western Wisconsin. There is one problem: His brain has aged about a decade ahead of his body. "I've been examined by several experts, and they've come to the same conclusion - that I am starting to show the signs and the symptoms of multiple concussions," said Payne, who played for the Minnesota North Stars from 1978-88. 

Regents committee OKs 
new tenure policy
Fired Tomah psychiatrist setting 
up practice in La Crosse
MADISON - A University of Wisconsin System regents committee overwhelmingly approved policy changes Friday that would allow chancellors to lay off tenured professors if their programs are cut and fire them for poor performance. The full Board of Regents is expected to consider the policy changes at a meeting next month. Critics contend the revisions would allow chancellors and regents to shrink programs to save money. MILWAUKEE - The former chief of staff at the Wisconsin Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Tomah who was fired after allegations of overprescribing narcotics is set to begin practicing psychiatry in La Crosse. Some patients at the Tomah VA had nicknamed Dr. David Houlihan "candy man," alleging he prescribed a high amount of pain medications. Although complaints are pending against Houlihan, he has not been charged and continues to hold his license to practice.
Legislative committee pulls amendment limiting school taxes Fishermen anticipate cloudy conditions for sturgeon season

Lighthouse ChristianMADISON - An Assembly committee has postponed a vote on a plan to limit school districts' taxing authority to offset lost state aide when voucher students leave. A news outlet reported that Speaker Robin Vos introduced the measure Wednesday as an amendment to another voucher school bill. The Assembly Education Committee was scheduled to vote on the amendment Thursday but Rep. Jeremy Thiesfeldt, the chairman, decided to hold off less than an hour before the vote.

OSHKOSH - The upcoming sturgeon spearing season in Wisconsin could be frustrating for participants who are expected to encounter murky water in Lake Winnebago and upriver lakes, according to the state Department of Natural Resources. Some fishermen are beginning to scout out the underwater conditions in an effort to prepare for the beginning of sturgeon spearing season on Feb. 13, a news outlet reported.

 



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Twitter moves to actively seek out terrorist supporters
WASHINGTON - Twitter is now using spam-fighting technology to seek out accounts that might be promoting terrorist activity and is examining other accounts related to those flagged for possible removal, the company announced Friday. The announcement demonstrated efforts by Twitter to automatically identify tweets supporting terrorism, reflecting increased pressure placed by the U.S. government for social media companies to respond to abuse more proactively.

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Super Bowl champions haven't always been 'super'
They have the gaudy rings and the rest of the swag that comes with being a Super Bowl champion. The prism of history, however, isn't so kind. Some years, the team that rampaged through the fall doesn't celebrate on a confetti-strewn field in winter, Lombardi Trophy thrust aloft in giddy celebration. For every '85 Bears and '72 Dolphins, there's a group whose grasp on the national imagination faded not long after the MVP's parade at Disney World.

     EVENTS
Monte Carlo Night
Come out for some fun and hopefully some luck at Monte Carlo Night! Enjoy the fun from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday, February 6th at the Jackson Area Community Center. Tickets are $15. Try you luck at black jack, poker, roulette, craps and bingo throughout the evening, provided by Vegas on Wheels. Enjoy live entertainment presented by The New Revue Duo. Raffle tickets include with price of admission. For more information, call (262) 677-9665.

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Man tells off Senator Ron Johnson at gun show
Posted 02-06-16


Instrument Selection Night
Posted 02-03-16


Penguin races down the hill at Little Switzerland in Slinger
Posted 01-23-16


Blair Elementary King Day music
Posted 01-19-16

French Holiday Sing-Along
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Astronaut Don Thomas speaks
at Weldall in Waukesha
Posted 12-10-15
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Snow sculptors from across the nation compete in Wisconsin
LAKE GENEVA - Fifteen teams of snow sculptors from 11 states have gathered in Wisconsin to compete to be named the best in the nation.

Chancellor: $8 million spent to retain Madison professors
MADISON - The University of Wisconsin-Madison has spent at least $8 million since last summer to keep top faculty members following the Legislature's cuts to higher education.

Manitowoc police investigating homicide
MANITOWOC - Police in Manitowoc say a man fatally shot at his home was apparently targeted by his assailant.

Madison man charged with killing former co-worker
MADISON - A 26-year-old Madison man who had been fired from a grocery store is charged in the fatal shooting of a former co-worker.

Cross acknowledges UW needs more diversity progress
MADISON - University of Wisconsin System President Ray Cross says the system must do more to acknowledge and understand students of color.

Walker to sign bill legalizing concealed switchblades
MADISON - Gov. Scott Walker is set to sign a bill that would allow people to carry concealed switchblades and knives.

Supreme Court hopeful Kloppenburg begins TV ads in Milwaukee
MADISON - Wisconsin Supreme Court challenger JoAnne Kloppenburg is set to hit the airwaves.

Woman struck and killed at Waukesha intersection
WAUKESHA — Police say a woman was struck and killed at an intersection in Waukesha.

Milwaukee County to pursue Lincoln Hills alternative
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee County supervisors voted Thursday to declare a state of emergency at the state's troubled youth prisons and release $500,000 to seek alternative housing for offenders held at the Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake facilities, which are under a sweeping state and federal investigation into allegations of abuse by staffers.

Official says toppled Lincoln statue should return soon
BURLINGTON — A southeastern Wisconsin city official says a statue of Abraham Lincoln that was recently toppled should be ready to go back up in the coming weeks.

US Sen. Ron Johnson likely to discuss security at town hall
MILWAUKEE — U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson is likely to discuss national security and other key issues in his campaign against Democratic challenger Russ Feingold.

Report: Great Lakes states need $80B for water, sewer fixes
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Federal regulators say nearly $80 billion is needed over the next 20 years to reduce sewage overflows and protect drinking water in the Great Lakes region.

Finance committee OKs dementia bills
MADISON — Wisconsin lawmakers moved closer Thursday to passing a bipartisan package of legislation to help people cope with Alzheimer's disease and dementia after the Legislature's budget committee signed off on the last half of the proposals.

135 private, religious schools register for voucher students
MADISON — The state Department of Public Instruction says 135 private and religious schools in Wisconsin have registered to accept voucher students.

Sun Prairie man accused in beheading to stay in institution
MADISON — A Sun Prairie man accused of decapitating his mother with a large sword will remain at a mental health institution for now.

Budget committee approves spending more on drug treatment
MADISON — The Legislature's budget committee has approved a bill that would boost funding for drug treatment programs.

Man dies 9 months after April shooting in Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee County medical examiner's office says a 20-year-old man has died more than nine months after he was shot on Milwaukee's north side.

DNR had 161 high-cap well applications as of December
MADISON — Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources officials say they had more than 150 applications for high-capacity water wells pending as of December.

Walker plans to pay off debt by end of year
MADISON— Gov. Scott Walker says he plans to pay off his presidential campaign debt by the end of the year.

Judge gives jailor 30 years for having sex with inmates
MADISON — A judge has sentenced a Polk County jailor to 30 years in prison for having sex with multiple inmates.

 

 
 
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