Seeking Chapter 11 protection.
Vernon Herschberger’s farm, one that sold raw milk, was shut down in June. He’s now operating a herd-lease farm in an attempt to continue selling the organic milk that his customers want.
In Elkhorn, county seat of Walworth county, EMS division suffers lack of volunteers, unstaffed shifts, criticism of leadership, and uncollected revenue.
How shocking could it be?
[organizer] described the calendar as classy, saying the featured women are between ages 18 and 50, come from various ethnic backgrounds and in “all shapes and sizes,” against local backgrounds like the beach or the Racine Courthouse.
Chris Rickert writes:
The 47-year-old woman who will lead the 2,370-employee agency and did not return my messages Monday does not appear to have a lot in the way of job-applicable experience beyond a penchant for turkey hunting and snowmobile riding.
But at least she’s an outdoorsy type.
It was a little bit of a struggle for me to be here,” said Carolyn Rumph of Madison, a member of the Mount Zion Baptist Church choir, one of two choirs to perform. “But I felt our mission is to sing praises to God. Whether you’re a Democrat or a Republican or a member of the tea party — it doesn’t matter this morning.
Planned on a social media site?
One eyewitness said Monday that anywhere from 80 to 100 young people went through the Boston Store, located on the south end of the mall, about 15 to 20 minutes after security guards broke up a fight just outside the department store entrance on the mall’s second floor.
On their first day in complete control of state government Monday, Republicans circulated an initial round of bills that would end Wisconsin’s election-day voter registration, loosen age requirements for driving all-terrain vehicles, let off-duty police carry guns in schools, stiffen domestic violence penalties and strengthen self-defense statutes.
Via Wisconsin State Journal
Leading departments in state routinely collect this data now.
All 650 or so law enforcement agencies in Wisconsin are beginning an effort to determine whether deputies and officers are stopping drivers because of race.
….few nurses using contaminated gloves or not washing their hands adequately. Other issues dealt with medical records and food safety.
Most violations involved fire codes, including some at the American Family Children’s Hospital, which opened adjacent to UW Hospital three years ago.
The WHS’s library, which contains published materials such as books, periodicals and government publications, and its archives, which hold unpublished materials such as letters, diaries, oral histories, photographs, films and government records, comprise the largest collection on the history of North America outside of the Library of Congress.
Ninety-four people were killed in homicides in Milwaukee in 2010, an increase of nearly 31% when compared with 2009, according to statistics from the Police Department.
Golden Lab still remembers his household routine despite years away.