John Burton

Morning Edition Host

 

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  • Meeting in Crivitz will gather input on management plan for inland trout fishing
  • High water levels causing problems around the state
  • Law enforcement patrolling ATV  trails in Vilas County
  • Lawmakers agree replacement facilities need to be in place before juvenile prisons close
  • Meeting in Crivitz will gather input on management plan for inland trout fishing
  • High water levels causing problems around the state
  • Law enforcement patroll

  • The Northwoods Pride Festival takes place later this month
  • Monarch butterfly numbers have been declining, but you can help
  • The arts have a nearly $10 billion impact on the Wisconsin economy
  • Task force studying concerns with student loan debt

  • Young people with developmental disabilities complete a school-to-work program
  • One dead in a motorcycle crash in Three lakes
  • Roundtable discussions take place on business financing and small business opportunities
  • A raffle will benefit a shelter for the Tri-County Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

  • Study of the human genome could revolutionize lives
  • Collisions with deer increase in June, so drivers need to show caution
  • Democrats pick party leader for Wisconsin
  • Republicans rule out gas tax increase in state
  • Several factors reduced honey production in 2018

  • Blackwell Job Corps Center in Forest County proposed to be closed down
  • Rhinelander School Board considers options for indoor and outdoor facility improvements
  • Increased security at Three Lakes School after a graffiti threat
  • Female turtles look for places to lay their eggs

  • U.S. Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilke speaks about Memorial Day
  • Need for blood donations entering a critical time of year
  • Wisconsin Attorney General pushes for automatic student loan forgiveness for veterans with disabilities
  • Audit shows accurate count in Wisconsin for the 2018 election

  • New report shows good prospects for Wisconsin technical college graduates
  • Problems with pain medications at Tomah led to changes across the Veteran's Administration
  • A northwoods Democrat says she sees signs of some bipartisanship
  • Visitation and funeral services scheduled for Appleton firefighter

  • Fire destroyed Trig's Recycling and trucking facility in Rhinelander
  • Experts on addiction will present workshops in Wausau and Rhinelander
  • Driver killed in a one vehicle crash in St. Germain
  • A northern Wisconsin Farm Fresh Atlas will help those in the north find fresh food

  • Gas prices in northern Wisconsin may be near their peak
  • The state arts community hopes funding for arts projects will make it into the state budget
  • May is American Stroke month, and people are encouraged to be aware of brain health
  • The Wisconsin Towns Association defends the use of transportation aids

  • Wisconisn's Lt. Governor wants the state to accept federal dollars to expand Medicaid
  • Reward offered in poisoning of animals in several Wisconsin counties
  • Scam targets students looking for summer work
  • Hand harvesting will target invasive species on several lakes in the Lower Eagle River Chain

  • April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month
  • Earth Day will be celebrated for the 49th year, with an announcement exptected on plans for the 50th
  • New app helps people track plans for state maintained land
  • Wood County couple to make court appearance in the death of their baby

  • Lake group leaders from six northern Wisconsin counties will meet to talk about water quality issues
  • Lincoln Hills Prison investigation ends with no criminal charges
  • Wisconsin residents keep recycling
  • New water quality initiatives announced as part of Year of Clean Drinking Water declaration by governor
  • Shopko reaches agreement to sell optical business

  • One person died and two were hurt in a weekend crash in Lincoln County
  • Another comment period has opened for those interested in the size of Wisconsin's deer herd
  • The 35th Never Forgotten Honor Flight is headed to Washington D.C.
  • A proposed campground expansion in Vilas County would not need more area for septic disposal
  • A ski lodge near Ironwood, Michigan, will be rebuilt after a fire

  • Unemployment rates dropped in February for most Wisconsin counties
  • A U.S. Senate hearing looked at the concern of illegal drugs within tribal reservations
  • Senator Tammy Baldwin talks about a bipartisan bill to improve prenatal care in rural areas
  • The Catena Three Lakes speaker presentation begins this Wednesday evening
  • Shooting of an eagle in Marathon County is being investigated

  • The League of Women Voters of the Northwoods wants to observe local government
  • A nonpartisan commission might be a way to avoid problems with partisan gerrymandering
  • Weather questions are answered as part of our “Curious North” project
  • Spring flooding does millions in damage to Wisconsin infrastructure

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