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Northern WI Community News

Wis. AG: State Can't Enforce Sprinkler Rule


Trees of Hope: Second Harvest Mobile Food Bank


Walker Moving Ahead with Plan to Drug Test Food Stamp Users

Bad River Community Honors Jason Pero with Walk

Walker Signs Bill Legalizing Hemp Farming in Wisconsin

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Wisconsin GOP Proposes Shortening Statute of Limitations


Wisconsin Hopes to Address Attorney Shortage in Rural Areas


Telemark Lodge Closer to Remodel, Reopening

Authorities Identify Man Killed in Ashland County Crash

Wis. Hunters Take Slightly Fewer Deer During 9-Day Season

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Bill Would Allow for Early Electronic Voting in Wis.


Wisconsin Will Likely Have Enough Christmas Trees This Year


Walker Signs Bill Loosening Requirements for Beauty Parlors


Wisconsin Health Officials Look at Preventing Elderly Falls


Draft Wisconsin Law Would Target Online 'Catfishing' Scams
Wisconsin May Allow First Responders to Aid Pets
Deer Hunting Licenses for Wisconsin Children Up from 2016
DNR Investigates Death of Albino Deer near Gordon
Wis. Deer Harvest Down Nearly 12 Percent on Opening Weekend
Bad River Tribe Seeks Federal Investigation of Shooting
Wisconsin DNR Names 240 New Waters as Impaired
Wis. GOP Resurrects Bill Exempting Rent-to-Own from Consumer Act
Walker Udderly Uninterested in Ending 'America's Dairyland'
US Forest Service Seeking Input on Wisconsin Forest
Walker Signs Bill to Eliminate Wisconsin's Minimum Hunting Age
Authorities Say Bad River Teen Called 911, Threatened Officer
Wis. AG: State Can't Enforce Sprinkler Rule

Wis. AG: State Can't Enforce Sprinkler Rule


Farrow Quits UW Board of Regents
UW-Superior Presents 20th Annual Season of Song Concert
Walker Moving Ahead with Plan to Drug Test Food Stamp Users
Wisconsin GOP Proposes Shortening Statute of Limitations
51-Year-Old Superior Man's Death Ruled an Accident
A state panel has called for distributing $40.3 million in grants next year for land purchases and outdoor recreation development projects.

Board in Michigan Recommends $40.3M for Land Buys, Recreation Projects


World Champion Martial Artist Uses Bullying Experience to Help Others
UP Tribe Getting Into Cigarette Business
Snyder OKs Law Letting Corrections Department Hire Felons
Michigan Senate Votes to Boost 911 fees in Phone Bills
Mich. Lawmakers Pass Retirement Bills after Changes
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Bentleyville Benefits Winter Tourism Economy in Duluth

Bentleyville Benefits Winter Tourism Economy in Duluth

Survey Finds Medications Accumulating in Minnesota Lakes

Survey Finds Medications Accumulating in Minnesota Lakes

Governor Walker to Sign Bill Lifting Mining Moratorium

Gov. Walker will sign the bill on Monday.

Parents Warned About Potential Dangerous Toys

Parents are being warned when shopping this holiday season, to watch for toys that could pose a risk to children.

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