A judge has ruled in favor of a company that plans to build a large dairy operation in southern Wood County.
A decision is expected on whether a proposed mega dairy farm can build in southern Wood County.
Unemployment remains problematical, but that isn’t stopping the White House jobs council from shutting down.
The state Department of Natural Resources is on the verge on implementing its first general permit for commercial, residential and industrial projects that would fill small areas of wetland.
The Republican-led House on Thursday passed legislation that would freeze major government regulations until the unemployment rate, now at 8.2 percent, drops to 6 percent or below.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has approved Wisconsin’s revised rule to curb phosphorus pollution.
Published: July 25, 2012
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The potential for phosphorus pollution has residents downstream nervous to the point of filing a formal petition with the state’s Department of Natural Resources.
An Amish man failed to show how obtaining a permit for his new sawmill violates his religion, a state appeals court ruled Thursday.
A top political appointee at the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources chose to handle a complaint against a waste hauler internally instead of referring the case to the state Department of Justice for prosecution, DNR records show.
U.S. builders started work on fewer homes in March after they sharply cut back on apartment construction. But builders requested the most permits for future projects in 3½ years, suggesting many anticipate the housing market could improve during the next year.