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The 2019 construction season of a multiyear, multimillion dollar reconstruction of Interstate 39/90 from the Illinois border north to Madison will kick off this week, officials with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation said.

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Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes toured the Milton House Museum Friday. It was Barnes' second time. He first toured the museum with his dad, Jesse Barnes, who attended Milton College and played football for Rudy Gadinni.

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The foundation of Wisconsin agriculture is strong, says Brad Pfaff, DATCP Secretary-designee in response to the release of the 2017 Census of Agriculture. Census data shows that the vast majority of farms in our state are less than 500 acres, with the majority of farms owned by one or two pr…

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Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice conservative candidate Brian Hagedorn emerged victorious in the statewide race today (April 10), after liberal-backed candidate Lisa Neubauer decided against a recount, calling Hagedorn to offer congratulations.

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The Wisconsin Department of Revenue reminds that free tax help is available to individuals with low to moderate income, seniors, members of the military and people with disabilities. There are more than 200 Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) and Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) sites…

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Department of Revenue Secretary Peter Barca announced last week in a speech to the Wisconsin Economic Development Association (WEDA) that the Department of Revenue (DOR) has resumed publishing the Wisconsin Economic Outlook. Published quarterly from the late 1970s until 2015, the report prov…

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Attitudes on industrial hemp are changing statewide after the first growing season in more than six decades, leading farmers and legislators to believe that it could be the next “huge cash crop.”