Richfield Elementary School board and village officials will be working to set a plan to consider an addition to the Richfield School at Hwy 167 and Hwy 175.
A decision by the County Board to improve Washington County’s radio system was delayed till early 2015.
The Committee for Justice and Fairness, a liberal Super PAC supporting Democrat Susan Happ and funded by the Democratic Attorneys General Association, was forced to pull an attack ad Wednesday after outright lies and falsehoods were pointed out by the Brad Schimel campaign.
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS OCT. 22, 2014
WASHINGTON — Nearly 60 million Social Security recipients will get benefit increases averaging $20 a month in January, the third straight year of historically small increases.
The 1.7 percent cost-of-living adjustment will also raise government benefits for millions of disabled veterans, federal retirees and people drawing disability payments.
Do you know what is on your November 4th ballot? If not check this site for more information.
Passionate about deer? Let your voice be heard at our local County Deer Advisory Council meeting this month!
October is an important month for deer management in Wisconsin. County Deer Advisory Councils will be developing preliminary population objective recommendations—and they want to hear from you!
The Washington County Council meeting will take place Oct. 21st, 7-9 pm at Daniel Boone Conservation League, main building, Hwy 167, Richfield WI
You can choose to speak or submit written comments at the meeting or prior to the public comment period, and you may also contact your CDAC Chair with any additional comments. Those unable to attend the county meeting can view meeting minutes on the department’s website.
Contact information is available on the CDAC Web page under the member resources tab, or through this CDAC contact list.
In case you missed this news, Country superstar Glen Campbell kept performing and recording even after being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. But it looks as if the music has ended for good. His family announced that the disease has progressed to the point that Glen had to be moved to a 24-hour care unit. But he did leave behind one last gift for fans: a moving video of the final song he’ll ever record. It’s called “I’m Not Gonna Miss You.” You must see it. And you also must be su...re you have Kleenex when you do.
On a more positive note, researchers in Boston say that for the first time ever, they’ve been able to replicate human brain cells that develop the structures of Alzheimer’s. Until now, they could only study it in lab mice. It’s being hailed as a major breakthrough in research for treatment and prevention. On behalf of everyone over 50: please hurry.
Here is his last song.
Do you ever order from Amazon? Did you know there is an AmazonSmile Foundation that will donate a percentage of your eligible Amazon purchases to your selected non-profit organization?
The Richfield Historical Society is registered with AmazonSmile, and it would greatly appreciate it if you would support the RHS Mill Foundation Campaign by using the AmazonSmile website to order.
During the past summer the Washington County Sheriff's Department noticed that cars were parking illegally along E. Friess Lake Drive, directly across from The Copper Dock which is located at 1474 E. Friess Lake Drive.
Working together with The Copper Dock owners, the village and Sheriff's Office found an agreeable parking solution.
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