Hartford Headlines

Powerful politician wants two strip clubs closed Tuesday, April 10

UNDATED State Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald wants two Dodge County strip clubs shut down after human trafficking charges were lodged against a man connected to the clubs. 45-year-old Christopher Childs of Hartford man faces charges of forcing women to prostitute themselves in two clubs; the Hardware Store in Clyman and TNT Gentlemans Club in Lebabon.



Supreme Court affirms Richfield man's murder conviction

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has affirmed the murder conviction of a Richfield man who got life without parole in the strangulation death of his ex-girlfriend in 2013. The high court Tuesday rejected arguments that Daniel Bartelt wasn't properly advised of his rights to remain silent and have a lawyer when detectives questioned him about a nonfatal attack that happened before his ex-girlfriend, Jessie Blodgett, was found dead in her Hartford apartment.



See Project Dirt Modified Engine at PRI! #TENPRI17

It was a long road to assemble our project Dirt Modified Engine presented by World Products and Erson Cams, but it was well worth the wait. Baril Engine Rebuilding of Green Bay, Wisconsin, put together an absolute beast of a motor with parts donated by some amazing companies in the industry.



 

Wisconsin Headlines

Montecito Medical Acquires Medical Office Building from Leading Orthopedic Provider in Wisconsin

The acquisition involved a large medical office building in Pewaukee, Wisconsin, approximately 20 miles west of Milwaukee. The approximately 71,000-square-foot facility is the primary location for OAW, which serves the greater Milwaukee, Chicago, Waukesha and Madison areas.



Merrill Police reports

April 20 8:47 a.m.- Officers were requested by the Wisconsin Department of Corrections Probation and Parole to take a male subject into custody for a probation violation. The male was taken into custody and transported to the jail.



Hunt Hill hosting bat ecology, clean-up

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