Madison365 Week in Review for November 19


    Here are our most popular stories of the week, brought to you by the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation and the Governor’s Conference on Diverse Business Development, coming December 6 and 7.



    Department of Natural Resources Secretary Preston Cole announced he will retire next week.




    You can now order five free COVID tests every month.




    Dane County Executive Joe Parisi vetoed a budget provision that would pause work on a jail consolidation project and consider a smaller alternative.



    Fitchburg alder Julia Arata-Fratta announced that she is running for mayor.




    Eighth graders at Whitehorse Middle School honored the legacy of Ruby Bridges, who integrated her school in 1960.



    Goodman Community Center is looking for donations to meet an unprecedented need this Thanksgiving.




    Telisa Yancy has been named president of American Family Insurance.




    With her new children’s activity book, Dr. Jasmine Zapata looks to encourage kids to overcome obstacles.


    Dr. Marla Delgado-Guerrero has returned to the University of Wisconsin to lead its Posse Program.




    Former Forward Madison goalkeeper is headed to the World Cup with the Canadian men’s national team.



    Madison native Demitrius Kigeya earned all-conference first team honors in his senior year with the Gonzaga men’s soccer team.

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