Play a part in Wisconsin’s deer management program - participate in Operation Deer Watch!
Check this site for new updates regarding candidates for the 58th WI Assembly.
Here is a very clear presentation of the issue of US Immigration. Take a minute to watch it.
July 30th was a strange day, Daily News published Dave Rademacher's pontificating letter to editor where he supported Tiffany Koehler as the right candidate for the 58th Assembly.
Heard it through the grape vine. :) At the July 24th Village Board meeting a discussion centered on the 2015 Budgetary Process.
Dates are now set for 2015 Richfield Village Budget process. Mark these dates so you can attend budget meetings and be informed.
Late in 2013 the Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (SEWRPC) began holding visioning activities to learn what residents in this region would like to see for land use and transportation in 2050.
Check out the village facebook page for information on a need for part time snow plow drivers. The position pays $20/hr for a Class B CDL without Air Brake Restrictions.
In addition to those with a CDL license, training will be available for select candidates who do not currently have a CDL license..
For more details visit the job posting section of the Village website at the link below!
Educational opportunities, retail fashion all part of event
The United States Concealed Carry Association, headquartered in West Bend, will hold its inagural USCCA Concealed Carry Expo next spring at the Washington County Fair Park and Conference Center.
The Richfield U10 Lady Rockets took FIRST place on July 20th at the Sun Prairie Cardinal Classic. Check out the smiles on these awesome Richfield young ladies. CONGRATULATIONS!
Pictured are Back row (L to R) Madelyn Weyda, Riley Hamilton, Reilly Thuemmler, Brooke Lazaris, Maci Meyer, and Natalie Downey
Front row – Allie Davies, Sam Pendowski, Brooke Voss, Alyssa Ohm and Elise Gillen
Proposal forwarded for full County Board approval
By DAVE RANK
Agreeing to Washington County Manager Joshua Schoemann’s revised budgeting process, two committees of the County Board settled on a recommended Capital Improvement Program requesting $2.68 million in local sales tax money for capital projects next year.
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