STATELINE NEWS -- Enbridge Energy’s plans to increase the flow of tar sand oil through its underground pipeline has caused concerns to bubble to the surface from local groups and counties.
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Voters interested in learning about the differences between 1st Congressional District candidates would benefit from reviewing the video of Monday’s debate.
Mark Pocan, the incumbent Democrat who represents Wisconsin’s 2nd Congressional District, is facing a challenge in the Nov. 4 election from Republican Peter Theron.
JANESVILLE-- Janis Ringhand and Brian Fitzgerald have been campaigning for the 15th Senate District seat on their backgrounds to help explain why they are qualified, although they do so for opposite reasons.
DELAVAN -- Area voters will choose a new state senator in the 11th District this fall, but the candidates are not new to elected office.
MESSENGER -- Congressman Paul Ryan, R-Janesville, and challenger Rob Zerban, D-Kenosha, hope the large turnout for their two debates is an indication of the interest in the race for the 1st Congressional District.
By late afternoon on Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014, when the presses began running Sunday's papers, our story on Wisconsin's voter ID law was correct and up-to-date.
By 8 p.m., our story already was outdated, even though papers won't get to most of our readers for two more days.
MESSENGER -- When Alan Hulick moved to Milton about a year ago, he didn’t realize that he would soon be helping to lead the city into the future.
Hulick recently was named Milton’s new city administrator. He began his new job Sept. 16, 2014. Hulick replaces Jerry Schuetz, who left the position during the summer to accept a job with the Milton School District.
Is it OK to be a registered voter simultaneously in two states?
Apparently so, but it certainly is frowned upon. It turns out that Kathy Myalls, who has a home in Fontana and is running as a Republican for the 17th District seat in the Illinois Assembly, has voted in separate elections in both Wisconsin and Illinois, according to a story in the Chicago Sun-Times, later followed up by Steven Elbow of the Capital Times.