Upper House in Madison invites Madison-area journalists to a free seminar on religion reporting Friday, March 9.
Wisconsin’s relatively high residential property taxes are driven by a variety of factors, including the state’s constitutional “uniformity clause,” which requires all properties to be taxed at the same rate.
Most of us have probably driven through or past Tomah on road trips, but you’re sure to be surprised by what awaits when you get off the interstate.
Wisconsin Rep. John Macco, chairman of the Assembly Ways and Means Committee, suggests a comprehensive tax overhaul could include cutting $2.5 billion worth of state exemptions.
A bill that will make free distribution newspapers eligible to publish public notices in municipalities that do not have a paid distribution newspaper was approved Feb. 20 by the state Assembly.
The Ladysmith News welcomes a new assistant editor, Jerilea Hendrick, to the newspaper.
Sometimes it’s a good idea to feature a boss in an ad. Sometimes it’s not.
Workers, advocates and Democratic state lawmakers met on the 25th anniversary of the federal Family and Medical Leave Act to speak against GOP legislation they say would curtail protections for workers.
Together with Something Special from Wisconsin™, we have come up with 10 great ways to escape the cold, while also quenching your undeniable thirst.
Despite many shifts in Wisconsin’s property tax since 1946, the state’s rank among the states remained consistently in the top 20.