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  • Wisconsin Weekly: ‘We’re not given the option to get vaccinated’: Advocates work to narrow racial and ethnic disparities in Wisconsin

    Circumventing vaccine hurdles; connecting with remote students; scrutiny for GOP stimulus plan; food aid failure Wisconsin Weekly: ‘We’re not given the option to get vaccinated’: Advocates work to narrow racial and ethnic disparities in Wisconsin is a post from WisconsinWatch.org, a non-profit investigative news site covering Wisconsin since 2009. Please consider making a contribution to support our journalism.

  • Wisconsin Supreme Court weighs state power to protect water from farm pollutants

    The outcome of a nearly decade-long dispute in Kewaunee County could shape regulatory power across state government. Wisconsin Supreme Court weighs state power to protect water from farm pollutants is a post from WisconsinWatch.org, a non-profit investigative news site covering Wisconsin since 2009. Please consider making a contribution to support our journalism.

  • FEMA to reimburse funeral costs for those grieving COVID-19 deaths — 4/9/21

    Those who are grieving loved ones lost to COVID-19 may qualify for federal assistance in paying for funeral expenses. FEMA to reimburse funeral costs for those grieving COVID-19 deaths — 4/9/21 is a post from WisconsinWatch.org, a non-profit investigative news site covering Wisconsin since 2009. Please consider making a contribution to support our journalism.

  • Wisconsin’s moratorium on utility shutoffs ends April 15. What’s next? — 4/8/21

    Wisconsin’s moratorium on utility shutoffs is set to expire on April 15, leaving an estimated 93,000 homes and 4,000 businesses statewide at risk of disconnection. The expiring moratorium offered a reprieve to struggling residents throughout much of the COVID-19 pandemic. Wisconsin’s moratorium on utility shutoffs ends April 15. What’s next? — 4/8/21 is a post from WisconsinWatch.org, a non-profit investigative news site covering Wisconsin since 2009. Please consider making a contribution to support our journalism.

  • Wisconsin schools expect at least $2.2 billion in federal pandemic relief — 4/7/21

    Wisconsin school districts can expect at least a $2.2 billion boost from federal stimulus legislation, “a windfall that could make budgeting in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic considerably easier,” Riley Vetterkind reports for the Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin schools expect at least $2.2 billion in federal pandemic relief — 4/7/21 is a post from WisconsinWatch.org, a non-profit investigative news site covering Wisconsin since 2009. Please consider making a contribution to support our journalism.

The Badger Project

Wisconsin Public Radio

Madison 365

  • After a delay in reporting, PHMDC reports 192 new cases for Dane County

    Unable to publish due to a delay in reporting yesterday by WI Department of Health Services, Public Health of Madison and Dane County reported a net increase of 192 new COVID cases this morning for the past two days. Today’s update brings the county’s cumulative total to 42,846. Overall cases have increased in the past

  • Madison365 Week in Review for April 10

    Here are our most popular stories of the week, brought to you by the All of Us Research Program, now recruiting diverse people for a major health data study. With people of color now a majority on the Common Council and in charge of many other institutions, Madison could be a national model, writes our

  • With people of color in positions of power, Madison becomes a national model

    Circle April 6, 2021, on your calendars. I doubt that historians will focus on that date, or that it’ll be taught in any school. But mark my words — this is a date to remember. It’s when a predominantly white city handed over the keys to people of color. For the first time in Madison

  • PHMDC reports 36 percent increase in cases for past two weeks

    Public Health of Madison and Dane County reported a net increase of 108 new COVID cases. Though lower than yesterday’s reported 137, today is the second consecutive day of triple digit increases. Today’s update brings the county’s cumulative total to 42,654. Overall cases have increased in the past two weeks by 36.2 percent, according to

  • State confirms nearly 1,100 new cases; positive test rate holds at 3.8%

    The state of Wisconsin reported just over 5,500 new coronavirus tests on Thursday, of which 1,092 were positive. With the second consecutive day over 1,000, the seven-day average of new cases per day rose to 764. The seven-day positive rate, which would be less subject day to day fluctuations in testing, remained steady at 3.8

Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service

WORT Madison

  • Tune In the 6th Annual Vinylthon!

    Community radio kicks off participation in Vinylthon 2021, an international celebration of vinyl records, at midnight April 17 with NuFone Rick’s classic rock deep cuts on XLII90 Live Music Radio Hour. Other hosts pledging to spin wax that day include F.R.P. from noon-2 pm with tasty reggae from the Tropical Riddims vault, followed by Gloria The post Tune In the 6th Annual Vinylthon! appeared first on WORT 89.9 FM.

  • High Energy Banter Overloads WORT Circuits

    This week on Mel & Floyd: All About The Hijinks – A Look At The Mysterious Process of Divining Mindless Minion Numbers; Medieval Wite-Out; [And Then the Power Blew Out]; Vote THIS MONTH for Mel & Floyd in the Best of Madison Poll, Go to this link and click on “Arts & Entertainment”, Vaccine Surplus The post High Energy Banter Overloads WORT Circuits appeared first on WORT 89.9 FM.

Wausau Pilot & Review

  • Marathon County volunteer opportunities: Week of April 12

    Response to COVID-19. For safety guidelines, see United Way of Marathon County’s website and the Volunteer Connection section at https://www.unitedwaymc.org/. Please adhere to all recommendations from the Federal Government, Center for Disease Control and Marathon County Health Department. Help Distribute Food in a Safe Way. The Neighbors’ Place is seeking volunteers to register food pantry The post Marathon County volunteer opportunities: Week of April 12 appeared first on Wausau Pilot & Review.

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