I have never heard of Wisconsin state parks referred to as a “commodity” until a May 31 press release from state Sen. Howard Marklein (R-Spring Green) filtered to my email.
Jumping Worms are indeed a real thing. They don’t exactly jump, but more so “thrash about” when disturbed.
Forty people traveled from eight counties in Wisconsin to tour sand mining operations around Jackson County.
These are my questions to the dog owner of Simba. Are you waiting until a child is bitten, mauled or killed by this dog?
Bhutan is a small country in the Himalayan Mountains that measures its wealth in the happiness of its people. Its economic structure includes self-reliance, environmental conservatism, cultural survival and good governance.
My name is Sharon Baldwin. My husband, Mike, was the “individual in Norwalk” who was bitten by the same dog that now bit Robert Smith in Ontario.
During a recent event held by Pax Christi in Viroqua, Sr. Marlene Weisenbeck of the La Crosse Task Force to Eradicate Modern Slavery introduced some very interesting facts.
Just a small comment on the diapering of horses. I have a cousin from Virginia who makes a yearly trip here to visit us (on his way to Sturgis, S.D.).
While I was reading the County Line last week, a manure truck was depositing its load on the field adjacent to our backyard, another was spouting manure in a field across the road, and a fleet of trucks was continually jake-braking down the road, hauling manure from the corporate farms in our area.
It’s been nearly two years since Republicans in the state Legislature tried to use a secretive, last-minute measure just before the July 4 holiday weekend to gut Wisconsin’s open records law.