°

Featured Stories

News

Report: Police got $28M in surplus military gear

MADISON — The Pentagon has given police Wisconsin agencies more than $28 million in surplus military gear in the past decade, including assault rifles, grenade launchers and mine-resistant...

Three die in Jefferson County crash
Appeals Court delays Wisconsin voter ID decision
Couple face multiple child abuse charges

Entertainment

Music fest will Shake the Lake

DELAVAN — Lake Lawn Resort's shoreline will come alive with three days of eclectic outdoor music during the Shake the Lake music festival to be held Friday, Aug. 22, through Sunday, Aug. 24.

WRAP hosts exhibit and workshop
Performances enhance Lake Geneva mansions
Old World Wisconsin to host Civil War encampment

Business

Plymouth Tube to close East Troy mill, cut jobs

EAST TROY--Officials at Plymouth Tube Co. announced plans to shut down a mill in East Troy and lay off 34 employees, according to a story in the Business...

Homes sales down, median prices up in Wisconsin
Talmer Bank branches transferred to Wintrust

Sports

Girls golf: Parker falls to Middleton
Middleton's four varsity golfers all shot in the 30s to beat Janesville Parker. Janesville Craig played an incomplete Madison East squad.
Prep football roundup: Week 1
Wisconsin hosts Duke on Dec. 3
Fiers fixing to stay in rotation

Community

Elijah Benjamin Krutzik, Elkhorn, WI
August 18, 2014
Death notices for Aug. 22, 2014
Death notices for Aug. 21, 2014
John D. Timm, Brodhead, WI (1929 - 2014)

Blogs

Mystery Place: Vermont man was original owner of Lauderdale farm

You can see the Lauderdale farm and its barn quilt titled “Bear Paw” at W4726 County Highway A, just east of Wisconsin Highway 67, north of Elkhorn.  

This just in: Why journalists should be allowed to do their job
Weekly walk: Bounty of wildflowers, swallowtails and scenery along the trail
On the Lakes: Best bite on the lakes right now? Bluegills