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Last month, Governor Tony Evers announced the details of his budget initiatives for K-12 education, including an overall increase of $2.6 billion. This figure includes significant investments in special education aid; increases in revenue limits, general aid, and the low revenue ceiling; and more. The full education budget release can be found here: Over The role of the Board in the biennium state budget process

submitted by Chris Blan, Brown County Resource Recovery Technician It’s not uncommon for us to use chemicals in our everyday lives. From cleaning to even car maintenance, chemicals are used. Household chemicals are very common but can pose great dangers if handled, stored and disposed of incorrectly. When it comes to hazardous materials, the first Poison prevention tips

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that manifests as feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and loss of interest in activities, often occurring during the fall and winter months when there is a lack of natural sunlight. Infrared therapy is a highly effective treatment that uses infrared light wavelengths to imitate the positive effects Clinical trials prove effectiveness of infrared therapy for depression

Though finding enough volunteers to run successful events can be challenging these days, St. John the Baptist School in Howard has been blessed with an abundance of passionate volunteers. Says current Auction Chairperson, Tiffany Schroeder, “Without our amazing volunteers, there would simply be no way we could pull off this successful fundraising event, and it Volunteerism in full swing as St. John’s prepares for annual auction

Howard residents are invited to learn more about the April 4 Public Safety referendum during two upcoming public informational meetings. The meetings will be held: • 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 7 in the Board Room (back entrance) at Howard Village Hall, 2456 Glendale Avenue • 5:30 p.m. Monday, March 13 in the Board Room (back Village of Howard will host Public Safety referendum informational meetings

Mark Minzlaff, President of the Howard-Suamico Lions Club, recently presented a $300 check to Marcia Sengstock, YMCA West Branch Director. The funds will support the Full Circle program which works with children on the Autism spectrum. The Howard-Suamico Lions Club is reaching out to individuals within our community to help make a difference. The H-S Lions How to make a difference in your community

For 2023, the Howard-Suamico Optimist Club will be awarding two scholarships of $1,000 each to graduating seniors of Bay Port High School, who reside in the Howard-Suamico School District. Scholarship applications are available from a Bay Port High School counselor. Completed scholarship applications are to be submitted to a Bay Port counselor by April 25th. Howard-Suamico Optimists announce scholarship opportunities

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