Advanced Placement classes give students the ability to get a head start to earning their degrees, saving both time and money — however, students in rural environments don’t always have access to the same opportunities.
Kylie Ver Kuilen
Gov. Tony Evers requested a special legislative session last Thursday focusing on re-investment within schools and tax cuts following an expected $450 million surplus in the state’s budget.
Democratic legislators announced details Tuesday on how Gov. Tony Evers’ plan to provide resources to Wisconsin’s rural communities and agricultural producers will be implemented across the state.
Wisconsin leads the nation in farm bankruptcies as farmers are facing some of the worst economic times since the 1980s Farm Crisis.
With a present propulsion to pass the Amputee Coalition’s Insurance Fairness bill, Wisconsin limb difference activists continue to promote insurance equality for all within their community. There are currently two million people living in the United States with limb loss — Shawn Faessler is one of them.
When looking for daycare options, parents across the state reported trouble finding options close to their home — or at all. “Everywhere we called had a two year waiting list."
The fourth annual “Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin,” competition presented its grand prize trophy to Henry Repeating Arm’s ‘Big Boy All Weather Rifle’ Tuesday in front of 500 of the state’s leading business influencers. With over 240,000 votes cast on over 160 products initially nominated, the Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce alongside Johnson Financial Group awarded the Rice Lake-based company the title after over two months of campaigning across the state.
The “Made In Wisconsin” competition is an opportunity to highlight the state’s manufacturing industry — which employs approximately one in five Wisconsinites. With over 150 products nominated and nearly 145,000 votes cast, the competition works to bring together communities from every corner of the state.
Controversy over the Extreme Risk Protection Order exploded across partisan lines throughout the Capitol as Evers pushes for more strict gun laws to prevent violence.
Two U.S. senators were barred from visiting Russia preceding a bipartisan congressional trip amidst growing tensions between the foreign players. Both senators are members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and were accused of supporting anti-Russian legislation by Russian officials.