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Democratic lawmaker sued over pricey records request

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By Emily Zantow/Courthouse News MADISON, Wis. (CN) – A conservative legal group in Wisconsin brought a lawsuit against a Democratic state representative, claiming he violated the state’s open-records law by refusing to provide electronic records and insisting on printing them to charge more than $3,000 for one batch of emails. Collin Roth, research fellow for…

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Prison reform group opposes Lincoln Hills plan

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MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A prison reform group that has advocated for closing the troubled Lincoln Hills juvenile prison is opposing a bipartisan bill in the Legislature to overhaul the state’s juvenile justice system. Youth Justice Milwaukee said Friday it was against the bill. Its announcement comes after a public hearing where representatives for Wisconsin…

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Prep sports: Friday’s scores

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By The Associated Press BOYS BASKETBALL Almond-Bancroft 75, Wild Rose 63 Altoona 57, Osseo-Fairchild 56 Ashwaubenon 52, Green Bay Preble 45 Assumption 62, Newman Catholic 19 Athens 65, Chequamegon 43 Auburndale 55, Edgar 36 Augusta 68, Cochrane-Fountain City 58 Barneveld 70, Juda 56 Bay Port 30, Pulaski 28 Beaver Dam 57, Reedsburg Area 49 Black…

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Woodchucks add 2 bats to the roster

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The Wisconsin Woodchucks have announced the signing of two more additions to the 2018 roster. from Pepperdine University and Brandt Broussard from LSU will be joining the Woodchucks this summer. Alexiades, a 6’2” redshirt freshman, will begin his first season with the Pepperdine Waves this spring. Alexiades played three seasons of varsity baseball in high…

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Letters: Weston candidate responds to reader’s criticism

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Editor’s note: The following is a response to a letter published Feb. 14 by a reader expressing concerns about the campaign of Shawn Black, a candidate for the Weston Board of Trustees. Wausau Pilot and Review gladly publishes letters discussing issues that impact people in central Wisconsin. The views of our readers are independent of…

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Consumer watchdog group warns about snowplow company

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MILWAUKEE (AP) — A consumer protection group is warning about a snowplowing company after customers in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Illinois say they didn’t receive services they paid for. Better Business Bureau of Wisconsin issued a warning Wednesday after customers pre-paid $350 to $625 for unmet services. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports Snow Angels LLC told…

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