Wisconsin County Leader Whines He Can’t Get Grants Because His ‘Skin Is Too White’
Josh Schoemann thinks he and those he represents are being treated unfairly because they're white—in Wisconsin. The post Wisconsin County Leader Whines He Can’t Get Grants Because His ‘Skin Is Too White’ appeared first on NewsOne.
REAL ESTATE | Construction underway in Hartford, WI for Jersey Mike’s and Qdoba Mexican Grill
Washington Co., Wi – A story we first told you about in August 2022 regarding a second location for Jersey Mike’s Subs and Qdoba Mexican Grill will be opening in 2023 in Washington County, WI. Below are photos of the construction underway on Highway 60 in Hartford, WI.
VIDEO | Successful 2023 campaign kickoff for United Way of Washington County
Washington Co., WI – Over 300 volunteers gathered this week to take part in the2023 United Way of Washington County campaign kickoff. The goal was to package more than 7,000 snack bags for area nonprofits. “It’s a great opportunity for businesses to come together and do some team building,”...
Proposal to shift Germantown Police dispatch to county in 2024 budget | By Chief Mike Snow
September 20, 2023 – Germantown, WI – Germantown Police Chief Mike Snow penned a note to taxpayers in order to be clear about some proposed changes ahead with police operations at the Germantown Police Department, especially those included in the proposed 2024 annual budget. According to Chief Snow:...
On a history note | Farmers in the field for annual harvest across Washington County, WI
Town of Barton, WI – Farmers across Washington County are in the fields toiling away at their fall harvest. It’s an annual part of the farming culture. The picture below is a Town of Barton farming photo circa 1890, courtesy the Washington County Historical Society; it drew an unexpected response from Ann Enright of Boltonville.
VIDEO | A change in season as bull elk at Shalom Wildlife rubs velvet off antlers
West Bend, WI – A change in the season is upon us. Lasso the elk is the first bull to rub the velvet off of his antlers. This is a sign that the elk mating season is near. If out in the zoo don’t be surprised if you hear a bull elk bugling.
Woman charged with forging vet's signature for prescription meds
JACKSON, Wis. — Prosecutors charged a Washington County woman with fraud after they said she purchased medication using fraudulent prescriptions. Jaclyn Perez is charged with three counts of obtaining a controlled substance by fraud. According to the criminal complaint, the pharmacy manager at the Walgreens in Jackson told police...
Two organizations call Schoemann’s comments on LSL funding racist
GERMANTOWN — On Wednesday, the Germantown Community Coalition (GCC) and Just Us of Washington County (JUWC) released a joint statement condemning comments made by Washington County Executive Josh Schoemann during the Sept. 13 Washington County Board meeting and included in a story on lead service laterals in the Sept. 15 edition of the Daily News.
UNITING AGAINST HUNGER
WEST BEND — On Wednesday afternoon, over 300 volunteers fought against hunger in Washington County as company teams, organizations and individuals assembled over 7,000 snack packs for distribution to local nonprofits, government agencies and schools at the United Way event held at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Washington County. Festival Foods sponsored the event.
Wisconsin High School Football Schedule, Live Streams in Washington County This Week
If you reside in Washington County, Wisconsin and like to stay in the loop regarding all of the local high school football action, you've come to the right place. Below, we offer all the info you need for how to watch the games this week. Follow High School Football this...