Army colonel Chris Kolenda from September 25, 2022 to October 21, 2022 will start the Fallen Hero Ride, a 1,689 mile bicycle benefit ride to visit the graves and honor the six fallen paratroopers in his unit who were killed in action in Afghanistan back in 2007.
In the entire state of Wisconsin, there is only a pocket of dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) programs.
Birth rates in Wisconsin rose in 2021, according to a provisional data report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that examines birth rates in 2021 across states and demographics.
Inflation has hit Wisconsin hard. Food banks in the state, like The River Food Bank, report that they are currently serving 20 percent more people than they were before the pandemic.
Governor Tony Evers has announced a new fund for the development of affordable housing throughout the state of Wisconsin.
On May 23rd, Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers announced the creation of the Meat and Poultry Supply Chain Resiliency Grant Program, investing a much needed $10 million in the state’s meat processors.
In Wisconsin, 59 percent of households own a pet: 33.6 percent of households own a dog, and 32.4 percent own a cat.
Wisconsin school districts have until September 2024 to spend almost 2.4 billion in federal pandemic funds. So where has the money gone since receiving the funds?
Gov. Evers announced that the Main Street Bounceback Program would be seeing an additional $25 million investment in grants, which will go towards helping an estimated 2,500 small businesses and nonprofits.
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) announced $3 million in grants to 10 public libraries and 15 library systems in the state.