As the Aug. 14 primary election approaches, the journalism partnership of Wisconsin Public Television (WPT), Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR), The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and Today’s TMJ 4 will broadcast a state
The State 4-H Livestock Judging Contest was held on July 23 at the Arlington Public Events Center. There were ten senior teams and eight junior teams that participated. The contest consisted of evaluating cla
The teams from Dodge County had an exceptional day at the Wisconsin 4-H Dairy Judging contest taking home top honors in both the Junior and Senior divisions. One hundred youth competed at the contest State 4-H
Madison, Wis. – Gov. Scott Walker has declared a state of emergency in 42 Wisconsin counties due to the drought. These dry conditions pose challenges for all Wisconsin residents, both urban and rural. Poten
The 2012 Area Animal Science Days were held in Vernon, Barron, Walworth and Oconto Counties. Youth judged Breeding and Market classes of swine, beef and sheep. Youth also answered questions and seniors gave r
Wisconsin youth competed in four Area Animal Science days June 20 in Viroqua, June 21 in Rice Lake, June 22 in Elkhorn and June 29 in Gillett. The top two teams and individuals earned a right to compete at the
The lack of rain coupled with heat and high winds is causing significant stress to our trees, especially those planted in the last two to three years that have smaller root systems than established trees. Water
Wisconsin teens discussed policies, political careers and the legislative process with state legislators and UW-Extension educators June 27 during the Wisconsin 4-H & Youth Conference in Madison. This legislati
MADISON, WI--The School for Workers, the labor education department at the University of Wisconsin-Extension, elected Michael Childers as its new director.
“Michael brings tremendous energy and vision to the
Governor Scott Walker, UW System President Kevin P. Reilly, and UW Colleges and UW-Extension Chancellor Ray Cross announced a competency-based degree model that will transform higher education in Wisconsin.
How is it that an adolescent who has excellent abilities to reason with his teachers, possesses the skills and knowledge to reconfigure your entire computer system, and can formulate a courtroom argument for a