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Brown County Republicans met this weekend to vote for delegates to the Republican congressional district convention and the Republican state convention. The Brown County GOP also "voted on Republican party platforms to suggest from the proposals submitted at the February caucuses," according to ... More >>
If you've read this here weekly piece over the years, you probably know '90s country is firmly situated in the softest spot of my heart -- for all its good, bad, and ugly. I saw '90s country hit-makers Confederate Railroad at South Dakota's Brown County Fair the summer of 1993; our grandstand but ... More >>
Vorpahls will turn 90 in less than a week.Raymond Vorpahl, an 89-year-old babysitter from Wisconsin, is due in court today on charges of sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl and a 42-year-old woman. According to the complaint, Vorpahl had sexual contact with the 13-year-old on Dec. 20 in his G ... More >>
Roger Clemens' erectile issues and cheese & macaroni: all the news that's fit to print today in country.
Terry Kleiman is going to spend the next six years of his life in prison for perpetrating that act of brutality.
A Sleepy Eye High School English teacher will have six months behind bars to ponder the wisdom of playing around with a 16-year-old female student.
Doctors said his chest tumor is gone and Hauser appears to be regaining strength and energy.
Hoobstank? Tape player hatin'? Who is this guy, and is he married? (I checked; yes, he is, and with a child. Dang.)
News of country crossovers has me down, as does the food poisoning which has beset me since I ate some venison from a November '06 hunt (bad idea, folks).
The Hauser family hoped they could regain control of their son's cancer treatment at a hearing yesterday in Brown County, but the judge held firm to the court's ability to control the treatment.
We have to admit that Minnesotans have been doing some pretty creepy and bone-headed things lately, but that doesn't mean the Wisconsinites are innocent.
Daniel Hauser, the 13-year-old who fled Minnesota with his mother after a court ordered him to undergo chemotherapy against the family's beliefs, has returned voluntarily to the state and will face a custody hearing today.
Franken, my dear, they give a damn
Daniel Hauser, the 13-year-old Sleepy Eye teen who is resisting chemotherapy treatment, didn't show up for his court appearance Tuesday. His mother was also not in attendence and the judge immediately issued an arrest warrant for her.
A Brown County District Court judge ruled today that a 13-year-old Minnesota teen must undergo chemotherapy treatment for cancer despite his family's refusal due to their religious beliefs.
Will a judge force a 13-year-old boy battling cancer to undergo chemotherapy against his family's wishes? The judge on the case is expected to rule Friday.
If your teenage son had one of the most curable forms of cancer and you refused traditional treatment methods through chemotherapy and radiation, are you endangering your child?
Minnesota's Fair Campaign Practices Act was designed to ensure fair elections. Critics say it's unconstitutional.