H. Josef Hebert AP Writer Washington — President Barack Obama’s commitment to take on climate change and put science over politics is about to be tested as his administration faces a politically sensitive question about the widespread use of ethanol: ...Read More »
AG Architecture Inc. Jason Hartling, Maggie Iliff, Andy Korb, Erica Lambrecht and Nicholas Mischo of AG Architecture Inc. passed the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design accreditation exam. Ann D’Acquisto, Steve Ketterhagen and Melinda Poeppel are newly registered architects in ...Read More »
Rich Meneghello Dolan Media Newswires Portland, OR — A tougher Occupational Safety and Health Administration has stepped to the forefront. After years of less-stringent, cooperative enforcement, the pendulum is swinging back toward more vigorous enforcement of OSHA standards thanks to ...
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Matt Pommer Seemingly new ideas often trigger nostalgia. Consider the push for improved rail service from Chicago to Milwaukee and Madison. It’s part of a proposed Chicago rail hub package being pushed by Midwestern governors, including Jim Doyle. Some suggest ...Read More »
Caley Clinton Special to The Daily Reporter Through the scrape of plows in winter and the sizzle of sun in summer, Wisconsin’s roads take a beating. But it’s the change in seasons, more than the weather, that leaves roads worse ...Read More »