RHINELANDER - At least one elected supervisor in the Northwoods hopes his county ignores state law and goes its own way.
It's the latest argument over shoreland zoning rules in Wisconsin.
In 2015, a new law limited counties' ability to make their own shoreland zoning rules on things like lot size, vegetation, and setback of buildings. Instead, counties needed to follow a zoning law which is less restrictive to property owners. The law applies to the entire state.
TOMAHAWK - Tomahawk High School seniors will say goodbye to their school in a couple of weeks. But not before they leave something behind.
A special group of students was selected to participate in the art show. Madison Krueger-Brown, Katie Vannatter, Hayley Strong and Ciarra Clifford have been committed to the arts during their high school careers.
On Wednesday they got a chance to showcase their work.
MADISON - The state Department of Natural Resources' board has signed off on a fall deer hunt structure that scales back the number of counties where hunters can shoot only bucks for a fourth straight year.
MADISON - The Legislature's budget committee has decided to put off votes on the University of Wisconsin System budget because Senate Republicans can't agree on what to do about tuition rates.
Gov. Scott Walker's budget calls for cutting tuition by 5 percent and giving the system $35 million to offset the lost revenue. It also would give the system $42.5 million in additional state aid. Campuses that do better on new performance standards would get bigger chunks of the funding.
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