With a state senate recall election, a recall primary and a Supreme Court recount, local election clerks are seeing their 2011 budgets fall apart.
Pierce County Herald, 06/30/2011
Shelly Moore didn’t violate campaign rules by using her Ellsworth school account to send emails, claims a Democratic Party spokesperson.
Pierce County Herald, 06/22/2011
A man who has run in other elections as a Republican may be entering the 10th District Senate recall race as a Democrat in an attempt to force a primary and delay the actual recall election.
Pierce County Herald, 06/08/2011
The Ellsworth Senior Citizens Center has a new director, but Ann Kramer certainly isn’t a new face at the center.
Pierce County Herald, 05/31/2011
The Pierce County’s Veterans of Foreign Wars post has found a permanent home in Ellsworth, and although there’s still work to be done, things are coming along nicely.
Pierce County Herald, 05/24/2011
Most people slow down only a little as they travel Hwy. 63 through the tiny community of Martell. But there’ll be something worth stopping for Saturday.
Pierce County Herald, 05/23/2011
Western Wisconsin News
-- In a decision filed Tuesday, an appeals court reversed a St. Croix County judge’s order to dismiss a lawsuit filed by landowners against the New Richmond Regional Airport Commission and the city.
Pierce County Herald, 05/12/2011
A Tomah bank has filed a lawsuit against River Falls, claiming the city owes the bank $240,000.
Pierce County Herald, 04/28/2011
Organizers of a petition drive to force a recall election against State Sen. Sheila Harsdorf, R-River Falls, say they expect to have no problem collecting more than the 15,744 signatures needed by Monday, May 2.
Pierce County Herald, 04/05/2011
It’s early in the process and analyses of Gov. Walker’s 2011-2013 budget aren’t complete, but local Republican lawmakers say the budget bill and its predecessor, the repair bill, are a good start.
Pierce County Herald, 03/09/2011
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