Never Forget: September 11, 2001 Video Remembering September 11, 2001
Area Events: June 25-31 End of June Community Events
District 20 Independence Day Celebrations Area July 4th Festivities
Area Events: June 18-24 Community Events in District 20
Senator Stroebel Delivers GOP Radio Address Madison, WI – Senator Duey Stroebel (R-Cedarburg) delivered the weekly GOP address. This week the GOP administration announced grants for Fab Lab facilities at Wisconsin high schools and the EPA will not create “no-growth zones” through unnecessary air quality regulation.
MMAC Turns Back on Free Speech MMAC & Marquette University stand together to curtail the freedom of speech of a conservative Professor.
Strong Start to Winter Season for Area Ski Resorts Sunburst in Kewaskum and Little Switzerland in Slinger took full advantage of the Arctic temperatures during the opening weeks of winter.
Celebrating the Successes of School Choice in Wisconsin Yesterday, I spoke in favor of a Joint Resolution I introduced with Rep. Jesse Rodriguez to recognize School Choice Week in Wisconsin.
Sen. Stroebel: No Confidence in Haas There is no question that Mike Haas bears significant responsibility for the shortcomings of the GAB.
Wisconsin Private Sector Employment Hits Record High The state’s unemployment rate dropped to 3 percent, matching the lowest rate on record for the month of December.
Free Fishing Weekend Set for January 20-21 All Wisconsin waters aside from spring trout ponds will be open to participants on Saturday, January 20 and Sunday, January 21.
DNR Announces Commencement of Early Catch-And-Release Trout Season On Saturday, January 6, Wisconsin’s early catch and release trout season will open on waterways throughout the state.
Wisconsin’s Own Take the Ice at the 2018 Olympic Speedskating Trials On Wednesday, I traveled with my family to the Pettit Center to experience the first Olympic speedskating trials at the venue since 1998.
Area Events | January 2018 Start off the New Year right by viewing a variety of live performances and partaking in a series of festive winter events!
Wisconsin's Economic Outlook entering the New Year During the final days of 2017, the Office of Governor Scott Walker released year-end figures from the Department of Workforce Development.
Area Events | December 2017 The heightened holiday excitement surrounding the latter half of December is once again enhanced by the offerings of our area organizations!
Senator Stroebel Appointed to Joint Finance Committee Stroebel looks forward to new opportunity.
2017 Nine-Day Deer Hunt Recap Almost 600,000 individuals participated in this year's nine-day gun hunt. Over 98,000 were successful in their pursuit of an antlered deer.
Stroebel was ‘quick study’ and effective school board member Former Cedarburg School District Superintendent Dr. Daryl Herrick wrote to the Ozaukee Press to address the topic of school district budgeting and the responsibilities of school board members.
Wisconsin students encouraged to decorate 2017 State Capitol Christmas Tree During the first half of November, art teachers, parents and children from every corner of the state are encouraged to continue the tradition of making ornaments for the Capitol Christmas Tree.
DNR Updates & the 2017 Deer Hunt The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) published the 2017 Deer Hunt Media Packet. Another new offering from the DNR for 2017 is the “Wild Wisconsin” web series.
Capitol Centennial Open House State Capitol staff will be hosting a special open house.
Senator Stroebel mourns the loss of Representative Bob Gannon Gannon's commitment was to putting Wisconsinites' best interests first.
Foxconn is an investment for our future Senator Duey Stroebel (R-Cedarburg) released the following statement after the passage of Foxconn.
Governor Walker Declares August 31 as Supper Club Day in Wisconsin Today, Governor Walker, Tourism Secretary Klett, and members of Cabinet have taken to the road to celebrate Supper Club Day and deliver commemorative plaques to ten distinguished supper clubs across Wisconsin.
The Wade House & Frank Lloyd Wright Through May 31 of next year, the Wade House is hosting a special exhibit to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the famous Wisconsin architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s birth.
2017 Fall Hunting & Trapping Deadline Hunters and trappers planning to pursue turkey, bobcat, fisher, and otter this upcoming fall will have to complete their permit applications by August 1.
Walk with Walker - New Holstein On Friday, July 28, Wisconsin’s First Lady, Tonette Walker, will be hosting the third “Walk with Walker” event of 2017 in Kiwanis Park of New Holstein.
117th U.S. Open Championship Recap & Golf in the 20th Senate District From June 12-18, Erin Hills hosted the 117th U.S. Open. It was the first U.S. Open held in Wisconsin and featured the fifth-highest number of entries in the event’s history.
Northwoods League Baseball 2017 Although we are over a month into the regular season, many opportunities remain to check out the Northwoods League action at two of the top baseball venues in the state!
Senators Stand in Opposition to New Trucking Taxes Five Wisconsin State Senators reiterated their continued opposition to raising taxes for the WisDOT.
Senator Stroebel Co-sponsors Winery Hours Legislation As the legislative session moves forward, new bills are frequently being introduced in the legislature. Recently, I signed on as a co-sponsor to Senate Bill 311 relating to the closing hours for wineries in Wisconsin.
Tourism Secretary Highlights 20th Senate District This week Secretary of Tourism Stephanie Klett sat down with WTMJ to discuss Wisconsin’s fish fry tradition. In her interview, Secretary Klett highlighted Schwarz’s Supper Club in New Holstein and Port Washington’s Fish Day.
Senator Stroebel Welcomes Hank Bell of Saukville as a Page for a Day On Wednesday, our office welcomed Hank Bell of Living Word Lutheran High School to the State Capitol and the Senate floor. As a ‘Page for a Day,’ Hank took the morning and afternoon to learn the ins and outs of state government and the various functions carried out in the State Capitol.
First Immanuel's Pastor Raasch Delivers Opening Prayer On Wednesday, Pastor Randolph Raasch of First Immanuel Lutheran Ministries in Cedarburg and Saukville delivered the opening prayer to the Senate chamber.
Two Bills Pass State Senate On Wednesday, two bills I authored with Representative Rob Brooks passed both chambers of the Legislature. The bills updated requirements to ensure the efficient running of local government. The pieces of legislation now head to the Governor’s desk for his signature to become law.
Celebrating Flag Day and National Flag Week Today, we honor the celebration of Flag Day, a national observance of the adoption of the American flag. The tradition was first celebrated in the 20th Senate District, when Bernard Cigrand of Waubeka used his classroom at Stony Hill School to recognize the history and significance of our nation’s flag.
The Capitol Centennial Commission’s K-12 Art and Essay Competition In celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Wisconsin State Capitol building, the State Capitol Commemorative Commission has established an art and essay contest to honor the historic site.