Category: Headlines

Kekoskee Does Not Yet Have 2019 EMS Contract

Uncertainty continues for Village of Kekoskee leadership regarding whether or not the village will be contracting for City of Mayville ambulance services for its...

Public Input Wanted For Bike And Pedestrian Network

Let us know what you think! Washington County has drafted a preliminary county-wide Bike and Pedestrian network in an effort to increase opportunities for non-motorized...

Watch A Horicon Native Help Track A Lion

When reports of lion sightings near downtown Milwaukee were made last July, Kurt Zuelsdorf was near the area. The Horicon native who now lives in Florida was visiting a...

Vietnam Soldier Was Shy And Fun-loving

Ralph Dahm was born January 27, 1943. While growing up, he and his younger brother, Ron, spent a lot of time doing farm work. The boys lost their father in 1947 when...

SWIB Hosts Events to Promote Entrepreneurship

Last week, Stanford Women in Business, also known as SWIB hosted a series of presentations and events, introducing entrepreneurship opportunities to students throughout...

Kentucky Asks Health Care Providers to Be Alert for Possible Swine Flu Cases

FRANKFORT, Ky. “We are closely monitoring developments involving swine flu cases in the United States, Mexico and abroad,” said Public Health Commissioner William...

Banana Festival Committee hold first meeting of 2016

On Feb 19th the Banana Festival Committee held it’s first meeting of 2016. There was lots of discussion involving the structure of the festival and trying to have...

Cheniere: Announced its first liquefied natural gas export

The first U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) export from Cheniere’s Sabine Pass facility in Louisiana is to reach Brazil, Meg Gentle, President of Marketing at...

Teacher who was arrested for assaulting child

A second grade teacher was reportedly arrested Tuesday night for allegedly throwing a 7-year-old student across a hallway in December. The teacher at PS 194 in Manhattan...

School: Gender discrimination at graduation

A Connecticut high school’s plan to have all graduates wear gender-neutral caps and gowns at commencement is meeting opposition from some students. Girls have...