On Friday afternoon, Town of Harmony Clerk Tim Tollefson was making last minute adjustments in advance of the pending April 7 general election to his community’s town hall, a 30- by 30-foot room in a multipurpose government building just outside of Janesville.
Restaurants in Watertown had to think on their feet in recent weeks after Governor Tony Evers’ March 17 ban on dine-in establishments, forcing some employees into new roles while others saw increased work.
MADISON (AP) — Wisconsin's chief medical officer for communicable diseases said Friday that data on coronavirus infections continues to show that the state is "flattening the curve."
JEFFERSON — As we approach Easter Sunday in the midst of this unpredictable time, the Rainbow Hospice Care Spiritual team — Laura Wessels, Hilary Furnish and Steve Steele — will be hosting a Facebook Live program for the community on Thursday, April 9, at 9 a.m.
MADISON — The Powerball Product Group announced its decision to determine Powerball’s advertised jackpot based on game sales and interest rates.
Fort HealthCare officials say they have been overwhelmed lately by the outreach of the community to want to help during the outbreak of the coronavirus.
MADISON — Wisconsin Farm Bureau President Joe Bragger has issued the following statement concerning the COVID-19 impact on the state’s dairy farmers: “It’s with a heavy heart I make this statement. The slight optimism that was floating around at the beginning of the year for our dairy farmer…
MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers on Friday signed Executive Order #73 calling the Legislature to meet in special session at 4 p.m. Saturday to take up changes to the upcoming spring election.
ROCK COUNTY, Wis. — The economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has caused an unprecedented spike in unemployment filings across the country, and local economic development officials are urging Rock County businesses to participate in a survey tracking the effects of the virus on all business sectors.