Plenty of HorneSep 22nd, 2006 by Michael Horne
Introduced to the audience as being "originally from Fond du Lac, Wisconsin," Petri seemed worldly for her years -- and for her hometown.
Plenty of HorneSep 19th, 2006 by Michael Horne
Millionaires Kohl, Sensenbrenner, others Generous with Taxpayer Money
Plenty of HorneSep 13th, 2006 by Michael Horne
Daily's Story of Baird Suit Ignores Stanek Connection
Plenty of HorneSep 8th, 2006 by Michael Horne
"City will court other Wi-Fi providers" -- Ald. Michael J. Murphy
Sen SchultzSep 7th, 2006 by Michael Horne
Schultz says he hopes to introduce a bill in the legislature next session to remedy this lacuna in Wisconsin jurisprudence.
Plenty of HorneJul 28th, 2006 by Michael Horne
This year, a Ferris wheel will be erected west of N. Humboldt Av., at the east side thoroughfare's highest point. As always, there will be cheese for sale.
Plenty of HorneJul 26th, 2006 by Michael Horne
Republicans try, fail to shift blame to Dems on Kenilworth project
Plenty of HorneJul 12th, 2006 by Michael Horne
“Only a Fool has Himself for a Lawyer” –proverb On September 13th, 2005, Atty. Joe Kaye filed a lawsuit on his own behalf (“pro se”) in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin alleging a violation of federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act (RICO) by a number of entities, including the City […]
Plenty of HorneMay 26th, 2006 by Michael Horne
Rivals Host Simultaneous Fundraisers in Swanky Downtown Club
Plenty of HorneNov 22nd, 2005 by Michael Horne
An article in the Journal of Philanthropy noted that Michael W. Grebe, the former managing partner of Foley & Lardner took an unusual approach to retirement, in that he did not. Instead, the man went right to work running the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, Inc., the Milwaukee charitable organization with 2003 assets of $579,976,984. […]
Plenty of HorneNov 17th, 2005 by Michael Horne
Buffett Foundation Quietly Disperses Big Bucks -- and it's Just the Beginning
Plenty of HorneNov 15th, 2005 by Michael Horne
The public technical school will hold its events at Brookfield's Elmbrook Church.