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  1. Bob and Shirley Phillips, of Menasha, and their daughter Kathy Thunes fill out a survey on regional terms from the Dictionary of American Regional English on April 11 in Menasha. Adam Wesley/Post-Crescent Media

    Dictionary of American Regional English reboots for new generation

    » TAKE THE QUIZ: How well do you know Wisconsin words? » COMPARE ONLINE: Wisconsin survey responses, 1965-1970

    • 6:00 PM
  2. This bluff site home to Trinity Lutheran Church and a banquet facility should be the home of a new $40 million library, a 10-member library board voted Tuesday. Dan Powers/Post-Crescent Media

    Library board calls for new $40M library on river site

    A bluff site home to Trinity Lutheran Church and a banquet facility should be the home of a new $40 million library, a 10-member library board voted Tuesday.

    • 8:26 PM
  3. The barn taken down last month on W. Prospect Avenue was not far from the intersection with Bluemound Drive in the Town of Menasha. Maureen Wallenfang/Post-Crescent Media

    The Buzz: Barn razed, but not for building expansion

    Reader question: Touchmark is expanding on West Prospect Avenue. An old barn was demolished presumably to prepare for this expansion.

    • 7:23 PM
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    World language loss looming in Menasha

    When voters denied a $360,000 elementary world language referendum a few weeks ago, their actions showed officials they don't believe in the program strongly enough to fund it.

    • 8:50 PM
  5. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker announces his bid for re-election at ACE Marine in Green Bay on Tuesday as his family, right, watches the event. Jim Matthews/Press-Gazette Media

    Walker promotes job, tax record during re-election campaign stop

    Gov. Scott Walker officially launched his re-election campaign Tuesday with a series of rallies across the state that included a stop in Green Bay, where he promised 'hope for the future.'

    • 6:58 PM
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    Editorial: Be aware of state withholding change

    It's April 15 — the deadline for filing your state and federal income-tax returns — and we hope you already have that taken care of, or that you will by the end of the day.

    • 10:33 AM
  7.  Dan Powers/Post-Crescent Media

    'Blood moon,' year's first lunar eclipse, delights Americas

    Photos: Lunar eclipse lights up sky

    • 10:12 AM
  8. Hundreds of Fox Valley residents turn out for helping hands

    Hundreds of Fox Valley residents turn out for Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin's "Hands Against Hunger" mobile food distribution event at the Valley Value Cinema in Appleton. (April 15, 2014)

    • 2:22 PM
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    Schroeder will run for Kaufert's Assembly seat

    Town of Menasha resident Jay Schroeder has abandoned his candidacy for secretary of state and will run as a Republican to succeed Dean Kaufert as representative of the 55th Assembly District.

    • 2:08 PM
  10. Brewers reliever Jim Henderson looks down as Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday rounds the bases following a ninth-inning home run Tuesday. AP

    Bats still cold, Brewers drop 2nd straight to Cardinals

    Shelby Miller struck out seven and allowed three hits over six innings, and Mark Ellis had two RBIs in his return from the disabled list to lead the St. Louis Cardinals to a 6-1 win Tuesday night over the Milwaukee Brewers.

    • 10:01 PM
  11. 2014 Cadillac CTS-V Wagon. Motor News Media

    2014 Cadillac CTS-V Wagon blends function, aesthetics

    Make no mistake, it's the go-fast machinery under the hood and performance control hardware at the corners that make the 2014 Cadillac CTS-V Wagon stand out in the marketplace.

    • 4:47 PM
  12. Sharing is not a natural response for a toddler, the concept must be taught. Getty Images

    5 tips to teach toddlers to share

    As babies grow into toddlerhood, they pass through many developmental milestones. Learning to share is one of them.

    • Apr. 8, 2014
  13. Strong winds over the weekend began to break up the ice on Lake Winnebago, driving massive piles ashore all along the west side of the lake. In Oshkosh, ice shoves reached to 12 feet high. ROB ZIMMER/Post-Crescent Media

    Strong winds, weakened ice set stage for spectacular show on Lake Winnebago

    With an eerie silence, Lake Winnebago began shedding its thick shield of ice, tossing it all along the western shore over the weekend.

    • Apr. 14, 2014
  14. Hit the farmers market or head to the grocery store and stock up on all things that have one ingredient. Post-Crescent Media

    Invest a week in a healthier you

    Healthy people are annoying, right? They wear yoga pants everywhere and talk about chia seeds and drink green juices and brag about their latest 5K. Ugh, sounds exhausting. But secretly, you want to be a healthy person, too. Where’s the healthy without the bragging option? It’s right here. And it takes only seven — maybe eight — days.

    • Apr. 8, 2014
  15. A truck for Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin. Gannett Wisconsin Media file photo

    Keller Foundation hits $40M giving mark with grant

    When it's decision-making time, the Keller family asks itself one simple question: Is this what Jack and Ethel would want?

    • 6:58 AM
  16. Comey

    FBI director: Web monitoring, privacy can co-exist

    The government can fight computer crime without compromising Americans' privacy rights, the head of the FBI said Tuesday, comparing government monitoring to a police department that stations an officer at a gang-infested park to make it safe for children

    • 8:46 PM
  17. Yellow and blue crocheted hearts hang from a lamp post near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday. Steven Senne/AP

    Still Boston Strong a year after bombings

    The anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings started with a solemn wreath-laying ceremony on Tuesday at the site of the twin explosions that killed three people and injured more than 260.

    • 11:08 AM

    I-Team series spurs renewed interest in Berit Beck case

    Last summer's Cold Cases series drew considerable interest from readers across Wisconsin and beyond.

    • 1:51 PM
  19. Julie Gilkay's Mom to Mom blog: Winter clothes can’t take much more

    I was so excited last week with the weather and then disappointed yesterday morning when I looked out the window and saw the snow.

    • 10:24 AM
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    Police impersonator reported in Bonduel

    The Shawano County Sheriff's Department is seeking information about a man accused of impersonating a police officer in Bonduel on Sunday.

    • 6:33 AM
  21. More than 30 vehicles pile up on icy highway

    More than 30 vehicles piled up on an icy highway in Milwaukee County.

    • 6:19 AM
  22. Around Wisconsin: Cop hired prostitute often, police say

    A Kronenwetter police officer arrested Thursday is suspected of hiring a prostitute multiple times in a six-month time span, police say.

    • 6:37 AM
  23. Rodney Crowell on stage at the Lawrence Memorial Chapel during Mile of Music in August 2013. Dan Powers/Post-Crescent Media

    Review: Rodney Crowell in fine form on 'Tarpaper Sky'

    At 63, Rodney Crowell's ready to cross over.

    • 8:54 AM
  24. 'Blood moon' eclipse lights up the night sky

    Photos: Lunar eclipse lights up sky

    • 8:23 AM
  25. Moon glows orange during eclipse

    Australians catch a celestial show during a lunar eclipse.

    • 7:44 AM
  26. Rattlers, Lugnuts to play doubleheader

    The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers and Lansing Lugnuts will look to salvage two of their three scheduled games today when they meet in a doubleheader at at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium beginning at 5:05 p.m.

    • 9:21 PM
  27. The Sheboygan City Council approved spending up to $350,000 for repairs to the Harbor Centre Marina. The work, on about 10 percent of the marina's dock space, should be completed this week. Chris Marx/Harbor Centre Marina

    Ice buildup causes $350K damage to Sheboygan marina

    A long, miserable winter has taken its toll on Sheboygan's Harbor Centre Marina, where officials say shifting ice crushed docks and caused an estimated $350,000 in damage, by far the worst in the marina's 20-year history.

    • 1:18 PM
  28. Bluejays fall to Spartans

    Katelyn Sewall scored the lone goal for Menasha in a 4-1 loss to Oshkosh North in Fox Valley Association girls' soccer action Tuesday in Oshkosh.

    • 10:24 PM
  29. TV listings for Wednesday, April 16

    6:30 p.m. (BTN) – UW-Green Bay at Wisconsin

    • 9:23 PM
  30. Radio listings for Wednesday, April 16

    12:10 p.m. (WHBY-AM 1150, WNFL-AM 1440) – St. Louis at Milwaukee

    • 9:23 PM
  31. Local scoreboard for Wednesday, April 16

    Great Lakes 11, Beloit 4, 1st game

    • 11:30 PM
  32. Local events for Wednesday, April 16

    Nonconference (3 p.m.): Rockford at Lawrence (DH).

    • 9:24 PM
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    Smarter military spending needed, not more

    If you're among the taxpayers who are just getting your taxes done today, you might be wondering where all that money goes.

    • Apr. 14, 2014
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    Letters: Contact representatives about spearfishing

    According to a report in the Wisconsin Outdoor News, the six Chippewa Indian tribes have announced they intend to spear more than 63,000 walleye this spring.

    • Apr. 14, 2014
  35. Heating moratorium coming to an end

    The state's moratorium on disconnecting utility customers who are behind on their bills is ending.

    • 10:37 AM
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    Letters: Gender status not newsworthy by itself

    I don't want to read stories about any Appleton alderperson's sexual or gender status in the newspaper, unless that somehow affects the person's work on the council.

    • Apr. 14, 2014
  37. A new $40 million Appleton Public Library is proposed for the combined downtown sites of Fox Banquets and a church overlooking the Fox River. Dan Powers/Post-Crescent Media

    The Buzz: 'Business as usual' for Michiels

    Hang onto your place cards and centerpieces.

    • 1:26 PM
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    Letters: State should raise limit on capital losses

    If Wisconsin wants to show some permanent real tax relief, it should do something about the absurd limit of $500 on capital losses for state income tax purposes. At a minimum, it should match the federal allowance, which is $3,000.

    • Apr. 14, 2014
  39. Jon Stewart jokes about the latest religious news. Getty Images

    Punchlines: Late-night comics joke about religion

    The producers of 'Noah' couldn't have released the movie at a better time. It hit theaters just weeks before Easter. And it seems people can't stop talking about what has become one of the most lucrative and controversial religious movies in years.

    • 12:25 PM
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    Nominations sought for Nurse of the Year Award

    BrightStar Care of Appleton, Fox Cities and Waupaca area is seeking nominations for the second annual BrightStar Care Nurse of the Year Award.

    • 5:40 PM
  41. food pyramid pie chart Getty Images/iStockphoto

    Workshop to help local food producers expand local markets

    A workshop will be held April 30 in Madison to help local food producers grow their sales outlets this season.

    • 1:22 PM
  42. Sophomore Ryan Risgaard will play at No. 1 singles for the Rockets this spring and is Neenah's lone returning state qualifier. Still, the Rockets are expected to remain one of the FVA's better teams. Dan Powers/Post-Crescent Media

    Neenah tennis sets high hopes

    Neenah has been a dominant force on high school tennis courts for years.

    • 8:46 AM
  43. Aw, geez: Billy Bob Thornton in 'Fargo.' FX

    Billy Bob Thornton discusses cold-weather-fueled acting in FX's 'Fargo'

    Since his star-making turn nearly two decades ago as the mentally challenged Karl Childers in 'Sling Blade,' Billy Bob Thornton has been known for what may best be described as playing expressive eccentrics.

    • 8:43 AM
  44. Dementia program uses music to spark memories

    Valley VNA Senior Services is offering a free program for individuals with dementia and their caretakers.

    • 8:40 AM
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    Deaths for April 15

    BROEKER, Donald H.; 97, New London

    • Apr. 14, 2014
  46. Ernesto and Heidi Padilla bought Zacatecas Mexican Grill & Tequila Lounge five years ago. They still have many traditional Mexican favorites, but each week the menu also features a rotation of specialty options. Daniel Higgins/Gannett Wisconsin Media

    Tuesday's Dish: Zacatecas provides fine dining with Mexican flavors

    Walk into Zacatecas Mexican Grill & Tequila Lounge in Neenah and you will see a lounge area filled with comfy chairs, inviting couches and end tables that would seem more at home, well, in a home.

    • Apr. 14, 2014
  47.  AP, file

    Stocks drift lower in morning trading

    Stocks drifted lower in morning trading Tuesday, giving up an early gain.

    • 10:47 AM
  48. Gov. Scott Walker AP, file

    Walker kicks off re-election campaign with rallies

    Republican Gov. Scott Walker, touting nearly $2 billion in tax cuts over the past three years and the addition of more than 100,000 jobs, officially launched his re-election campaign Tuesday with a series of rallies across Wisconsin.

    • 12:57 PM
  49. Consumer prices up 0.2 percent in March

    Lower U.S. gasoline prices kept consumer inflation in check last month, helping to offset higher costs for food and clothing.

    • 10:43 AM

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