John Burton

Substitute Morning Edition and All Things Considered Host

  • Flooding damages roads, kills man in northwest Wisconsin
  • The population of a popular sports hunting bird is down
  • June is Alzheimers and Brain Awareness Month
  • Oscar G. Johnson VA Medical Center in Iron Mountain receives a high rating for its nursing home

  • Seperate crashes kill two in Oneida County over the weekend
  • DNR urges review of boating safety rules as lakes become more crowded
  • Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest reveals latests maps of invasive species
  • Northwoods Pride Fest to be held June 23rd

  • Northwoods businesses participate in effort to eliminate plastic straws
  • Mining ordinances under review in Marathon and Oneida Counties
  • Merrill woman killed in Lincoln County crash
  • Wednesday declared "Heat Awareness Day"

  • Court case advances for Oneida County man accused of making terroristic threats
  • Not guilty pleas entered in Vilas County overdose death
  • Naturalist at North Lakeland Discovery Center recieves award
  • Upcoming events to highlight how Wisconsin's natural scenery came to be

  • Spirit 2 medical helicopter now back in the air
  • May is Clean Air Month
  • Wausau man goes to prison for reckless homicide
  • Deer activity increasing on Wisconsin roads
  • Proposed order could restrict cranberry crop

  • Governor Walker says Wisconsin needs to grow its workforce
  • Millions of migratory birds have flown into Wisconsin
  • Ironwood woman climbs to the top at the Red Bull 400
  • Some workers to lose jobs when new Bucks arena opens 

  • Driver killed in crash following high speed chase,
  • Minocqua investigates premier area resort tax,
  • late snow extended ski season in Wausau,
  • and Denim 'n' Desert Readers Theatre presents Harvey.

  • Helicopter crew remembered at memorial service,
  • gun forum held in Merrill,
  • better sleep encouraged for nurses,
  • and Wisconsin tourism numbers out.

 

  • Unemployment numbers hold steady in the Northwoods,
  • a rare plant survey in Wisconsin,
  • how climate change could impact the midwest,
  • and as snow disappears, fire danger increases.

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