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Our sister Patch in West Des Moines, Iowa, reports that a Scott Walker “Truth Squad” plans to rally ahead of Wisconsin governor’s appearance before Republican activists.
Did Gov. Scott Walker break a campaign promise when he vowed to keep pork out of the state budget?
A public hearing for natural grocery store on 124th Street is planned for Tuesday during the Brookfield Common Council meeting.
Republican Party of Wisconsin says Gov. Walker is working to reduce the burden on taxpayers and wean Wisconsin residents off government dependence.
Verizon Wireless has received stiff opposition from residents in a neighborhood whose homes abut a proposed site for a 130- to 150-foot cell tower. Neighbors fear for their safety, Verizon planners say they have nowhere else to go.
The upgrades will begin mid-August and end mid-September.
Plans for a Walmart nearby in New Berlin spark controversy.
Some Wisconsin legislators are hoping to prevent any government restrictions on the size of your soda. What about your own restrictions? If any?
The latest grant dollars will update radios as the county goes digital, but the hard work of the department, led by firefighter and grant writer Bob Tiarks, made the third such award in as many years more than luck.
Find out what projects were cheaper, deferred or served with different funding to save the city this nice chunk of change.
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