9.28, 10.18, 10.26.
HAND-CURATED POSTS FROM THE WISCONSIN BLOGOSPHERE (AND SOMETIMES POINTS BEYOND)
Not a moment’s peace.
Via Channel 3000.
She’ll be out when she’s sixty-four.
Number of hunters actually able to hunt a wolf successfully likely to be… significantly smaller.
Masie McCullough, aged 18, leaves behind a young daughter.
Beaker explodes, causing chemical burns and smoke inhalation.
First Romney WI ad of the fall.
Several injured, buggy destroyed, horse killed, driver arrested.
Afterward, the Badgers were frustrated. Frustrated with losing to a team they had beaten 35-0 last year. Frustrated with failing to score until less than 2 minutes remained in the game. And most of all, frustrated that the engine that drives the UW program — the grind-it-out running game — was held in check by an Oregon State defense that supposedly was weak up the middle.
No, despite what advocates say:
Carl Sinderbrand, the Madison lawyer representing the plaintiffs, said other states have wolf hunting seasons that are expected to be successful even though hunting dogs aren’t allowed.
States such as Montana have had successful wolf hunts without dogs. Even Alaska, Sinderbrand added, limits the use of dogs to using a leashed dog to track a wounded wolf.
Minnesota also is putting its first wolf hunting season in place but will not allow the use of dogs. Chris Niskanen, a spokesman for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, said the agency has set a quota of 400 wolves out of the state’s total population of about 3,000.
Dozens of drums and barrels containing thousands of pounds of hazardous and toxic chemicals are stacked inside an abandoned metal plating factory on Oak St. in the heart of the [Slinger] village – surrounded by homes and only a few blocks from three schools.
The latest from California.
Via Los Angeles Times.
There’s more than one answer.
Via The Washington Post.
Jing Gu, aged 23.
Via News 8000.
The complaint says the boy’s companion called the father while the victim and boy argued. The parents drove over and the father allegedly gave the gun to the mother who gave it to the boy.