Saturday, May 22, 2021

Meet Wyoming state senator Anthony Bouchard, otherwise known as "Romeo"


Dictionary definition from Merriam-Webster
Photo credit:  Wyoming State Legislature

USA Today, 5/21/2021
Bouchard initially disclosed what he described as a typical teenage relationship in a Facebook Live video to supporters Thursday. He later confirmed the girl’s age to the Casper Star-Tribune. 
“So, bottom line, it’s a story when I was young, two teenagers, girl gets pregnant,” he said in the video. “You’ve heard those stories before. She was a little younger than me, so it’s like the Romeo and Juliet story.”

GET ME REWRITE:  Shameless Anthony Bouchard for Congress Against Cheney

The Carnival Barker's promotion of Kirstie Alley is not likely to help her long flailing show business career

Sorry, Donnie, but the Great Abandonment of Kirstie Alley has long been in progress

Related reading:
Trump is sliding toward online irrelevance. His new blog isn’t helping.  (Washington Post, 5/21/2021)

Meet the 12 GOP heartless bastards who serve on the Wisconsin Joint Finance Committee


Wisconsin Public Radio, 5/20/2021

Wisconsin Library Association "Library Champion" award winner Amy Loudenbeck offers up this lame justification.
"We're not going to create new programs in the budget," said state Rep. Amy Loudenbeck, R-Clinton. "We're going to fund what we know is already working." 

Reporter Shawn Johnson rips this argument to shreds in the following paragraph:

Republicans ultimately supported $1.2 million for a homeless and housing grant. Republicans also preserved a program slated for elimination by the governor that provides grants to municipalities that connect people facing homelessness with jobs. Evers wanted to eliminate the program because it did not receive any applications in its two years of existence.  [emphasis added]

Keeping tabs on Foxconn Place Chippewa Valley in Eau Claire

Foxconn throws in the towel in Eau Claire

Photo creditHaymarket Landing

Photo credit:  The Verge

Volume One, 5/19/2021
Stuart Schaefer, president of Commonweal Development, said he’s glad the units are available again.\ 
“We’ve been really disappointed over the last three years, since so many of those properties have been purchased and not put into service,” Schaefer said of Haymarket’s commercial condo units. Several of the units that have been sold or leased are in use – for example, by Olson’s Ice Cream, Freedom Fitness, and the Children’s Museum of Eau Claire – but others have remained empty since the building was completed in 2016.

The entire timeline

(emphasis added throughout)

"It would be a beautiful spot for a riverside restaurant," White said. "We hope that they lease the space or sell it off. It's a shame to see it sit empty the way it has."
Failed partnerships and vacant buildings:  Foxconn's Wisconsin committment remains at a standstill.  (Wisconsin Public Radio, 3/2/2021)
Jewell said as a resident of Eau Claire, he was excited because the innovation centers were pitched as a transformational project that would bring good-paying jobs to the city. 
"Certainly, as a faculty member at UW-Eau Claire, we’re looking for opportunities for students, and we were excited to get our students plugged into that, and of course that hasn’t been done," he added.

You ask, we answer:  What's going on with Foxconn?  (WQOW, 10/6/2020)
White said the city did not give Foxconn any financial incentives. Foxconn still owns the space and is currently paying property taxes for it, so the city is not losing out on any money. 
White added he does not know when the Taiwan-based electronics company will move forward with the Eau Claire project. 
Foxconn's buildings in Wisconsin are still empty, one year later.  (The Verge, 4/13/2020)
“I can assure you it will not be empty and they’re not empty right now,” he added. 
“They’re not empty right now” was a curious way to describe buildings that looked like this in April 2019: 
Yeung made those comments on April 12th, 2019. It is now April 12th, 2020, making it exactly one year since Foxconn promised a statement or correction regarding The Verge’s report of empty buildings in Wisconsin. That statement or correction has never arrived. 
And the buildings are still empty. 
Foxconn promised Wisconsin 'innovation centers', but hasn't yet delivered.  (NPR, 1/13/2020)
Over the next several months that Foxconn bonus included establishing innovation centers in Milwaukee, Green Bay, Eau Claire, Racine and Madison. 
Foxconn bought buildings in the cities' downtowns, promising to employ hundreds of workers at each site. The company said it would recruit from nearby colleges. 
Two years later, nothing has opened. And none of the 1,200 jobs have been filled.
Foxconn puts Eau Claire innovation center plans on hold.  (WQOW, 10/23/2019)

Foxconn at two years: Factory being built, innovation centers unfilled, pledge to UW not yet met.  (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 7/26/2019)
No permits have been sought for work on buildings Foxconn bought in Green Bay and at 1 Main Street in Racine, though the firm said last fall that its goal was to occupy them as early as within a few months. Nor did Foxconn buy a six-story Eau Claire building that it said last July it had entered into a “definitive agreement” to purchase.

Foxconn's innovation center in Eau Claire sees little progress.  (Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, 6/8/2019; subscription required)
Local officials said last week they have heard little from Foxconn about the status of the Eau Claire innovation center, but they assume the project will proceed eventually. 
“We’re still working on the assumption that they are going to do the expansion as originally planned,” said Aaron White, economic development manager for the city of Eau Claire. 
White and City Manager Dale Peters met with four members of the Foxconn team a few weeks ago for an update. 
“They didn’t have a specific timeline they could provide, but they also didn’t give any indication that the project wasn’t going to move forward,” White said, noting that Foxconn didn’t receive any incentives from the city for the project.

“We’re very much in the same position. It would be a great project once it comes together, but we have a lot of projects we are working on so we will work with them as they need us to,” said White. “We didn’t get involved in any type of incentives, local incentives or anything like that, so we’re not under any type of rush or timeline to get things accomplished. It’s a matter about supporting them with however they choose to proceed.”

Public records show that a renovation permit has been taken out for the space, but multiple sources involved with the innovation center process say no one working on the project has a contract, and no one has been paid. 
I walked to the second building in Foxconn’s technology hub, down a street lined with lampposts mounted with speakers playing smooth jazz. At first, the six-story former bank seemed to be farther along. A yellow debris chute snaked out from a top window, and there were hardhats visible in the foyer in front of heavy circular vault doors. But there was also a sign in the window that said the building was for lease. I called the number and asked whether Foxconn was renovating the building, as it announced it would last summer. No, the person on the other end told me. The building never sold.

Keeping tabs on Foxconn Place in
Green Bay

Friday, May 21, 2021

What happens when the 4th most populous county in the U.S. (4,485,514) entrusts its government to a cabal of 5 supervisors


Welcome to Maricopa County, Arizona.

4 Republicans, 1 Democrat

Rampant but baseless allegations of fraud and misconduct in the 2020 general election prompted the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors to order an audit of equipment used to tally the November vote, a move the supervisors hope will instill confidence in an election that some Republicans have spent more than two months undermining.  [idiocy emphasis]
Supervisor Steve Chucri said there are a great many Arizonans who have questions about the election. Even if the board disagrees with people, it’s important to understand their concerns. 
“My mother is not politically engaged, and she questioned this equipment. My contractor questioned this equipment. These people aren’t crazy. They’re average Arizonans,” he said.

Misleading headlines: (McDonald's edition)


Photo by Retiring Guy

New York Times, 5/13/2021
(boxes added)

With Labor
Raises Pay
for 5% of its

Wisconsin Covid cases mapped, listed and graphed (5/21/2021)

Friday, May 21.  Total tests (positive and negative):  3,529,232.  One-day increase of 3,571 (406 positive; 11%)

Total positive Covid 19 cases:  607,992

Counties with largest numerical gains = 24 of 72

  • 3 with 20 or more new cases
  • 10 with 10 to 19
  • 11 with 5 to 9

The 23
  • Milwaukee (48)
  • Dane (35)
  • Waukesha (27)
  • Racine (18)
  • Brown, Outagamie (15 each)
  • Douglas, Rock (13 each)
  • Polk (12)
  • Kenosha (11)
  • Columbia, Fond du Lac, Marathon (10 each)
  • Rusk, St. Croix, Winnebago, Wood (9 each)
  • Dodge (8)
  • Barron, Monroe (7 each)
  • Sauk (6)
  • Chippewa, La Crosse, Manitowoc (5 each)
Link to other WI COVID posts:

Related posts:
Alabama.  (2/15/2021)
Arizona.  (2/15/2021)
Arkansas.  (2/4/2021)
California.  (2/7/2021)
Connecticut.  (8/21/2020)
Florida.  (4/20/2021)
Georgia.  (2/15/2021)
Idaho.  (2/7/2021)
Illinois.  (2/2/2021)
Indiana.  (2/6/2021)
Iowa.  (2/6/2021)
Kansas.  (2/4/2021)
Kentucky.  (2/4/2021)
Louisiana.  (2/6/2021)
Maryland.  (1/27/2021)
Massachusetts.  (2/16/2021)
Michigan.  (4/20/2021)
Minnesota.  (4/2/2021)
Mississippi.  (3/4/2021)
Montana. (2/5/2021)
Nebraska.  (2/4/2021)
Nevada.  (2/17/2021)
New Jersey,  (4/11/2021)
New York.  (4/1/2021)
North Carolina.  (2/7/2021)
North Dakota.  (2/7/2021)
Ohio.  (2/6/2021)
Pennsylvania.  (4/7/2021)
South Carolina.  (2/5/2021)
South Dakota.  (2/18/2021)
Tennessee.  (2/5/2021)
Texas   (2/6/2021)
Utah.  (2/17/2021)
Virginia.  (1/22/2021)
Washington State.  (6/12/2020)
West Virginia.  (2/3/2021)

Greetings from Trump's America: Nicholas County, West Virginia: 97% white, Trumpier than it was in 2016, and almost as sick with the virus as it ever was


3rd party votes:  16% in 1992, 13.1% in 1996. 5.1% in 2016
(Alabama segregationist George Wallace received 9% of the vote in 1968)

Trump received 1,028 more votes than he did in 2016, a 14% increase, in a county where the population (24,496) has decreased 13% from its 1980 peak of 15,206. 

Biden received 386 more votes than Clinton did in 2016, an increase of 21%.

Trump's share of the vote increased by 2.2 percentage points.  Biden increased Clinton's share of the vote by 1.7 percentage points. 

% of population 25 and older with bachelor's degree:
  • 15.6% - Nicholas County
  • 20.6% - West Virginia
  • 32.1% - U.S.
% of population 65 and older:
  • 20.6% - Nicholas County
  • 20.5% - West Virginia
  • 16.5% - U.S.
% of population living in poverty:
  • 18.8% - Nicholas County
  • 16.0% - West Virginia
  • 10.5% - U.S. (they're joking, of course)

New York Times

Like its neighbor, Nicholas  County has experienced a series of spikes -- 5, by Retiring Guy's count -- since the 2020 election.

New York Times

Autauga County.  (6/29/2017)
Bibb County.  (11/10/2017)
Covington County. (11/11/2017)
Dale County.  (12/12/2017)
Geneva County.  (11/11/2017)
Marion County.  (11/11/2017)

Mohave County.  (1/3/2020)
8th congressional district.  (4/25/2018)

Faulkner County.  (3/20/2018)
Mississippi County.  (3/19/2018)
Woodruff County.  (3/26/2018)

Mesa County.  (7/20/2017)
Shasta County.  (7/4/2017

Morgan County.  (4/25/2017)

Windham County.  (1/13/2020)

Citrus County.  (11/9/2019)
DeSoto County,.  (9/9/2017)
Pinellas County.   (3/14/2019)

Kootenai County.  (9/25/2017)

Effingham County.  (2/15/2018)
Franklin County.  (2/27/2017)
Jersey County.  (5/12/2019)
Jo Daviess County.  (5/13/2018)
Knox County.  (5/13/2018)
Macon County.  (1/22/2020)
McHenry County.  (2/5/2017)
Perry County.  (5/8/2017)
Scott County.  (11/7/2019)
Stephenson County.  (5/13/2018)
Whiteside County.  (5/13/2018)
16th Congressional District.  (3/26/2017)

Cass County.  (5/19/2021)
Dearborn County.  (3/16/2019)
Franklin County.  (3/16/2019)
Granger.  (3/26/2017)
Hendricks County.  (10/1/2017)
Howard County.  (3/19/2019)
Huntington County.  (4/27/2017)
Jasper County.  (5/19/2021)
Jefferson County.  (3/10/2018)
Madison County.  (3/16/2019)
Posey County.  (10/21/2017)
Scott County,.  (10/21/2017)
Union County.  (3/16/2019)
Vigo County.  (3/15/2019)
Wayne County.  (3/16/2019)

Adair County.  (9/16/2018)
Adams County.  (9/16/2018)
Allamakee County.  (7/31/2018)
Appanoose County.  (8/4/2018)
Audubon County.  (4/26/2019)
Benton County.  (8/2/2018)
Boone County.  (1/15/2017)
Bremer County.  (8/2/2018)
Buchanan County.  (8/2/2018)
Butler County. (8/6/2018)
Calhoun County.  (9/6/2018)
Cass County.  (4/3/2018)
Cedar County.  (7/31/2018)
Cerro Gordo County.  (8/6/2018)
Cherokee County.  (4/29/2019)
Chickasaw County.  (8/2/2018)
Clarke County.  (8/8/2018)
Clayton County.  (7/31/2018)
Clinton County.   (10/15/2017)
Davis County.  (8/3/2018)
Decatur County.  ( 7/5/2018)
Delaware County.  (7/31/2018)
Des Moines County.  (8/1/2018)
Emmet County.  (8/19/2018)
Fayette County.  (8/2/2018)
Floyd County.  (9/25/2018 update)
Franklin County, (8/14/2017)
Fremont County.  (3/24/2019)
Greene County.  (9/6/2018)
Guthrie County.  (9/16/2018)
Hamilton County.  (4/2/2018)
Hancock County. (8/7/2018)
Hardin County.  (4/2/2018)
Henry County.  (7/9/2018)
Howard County.  (1/16/2020 update)
Ida County.  (4/28/2019)
Iowa County.  (8/2/2018)
Jasper County.  (8/5/2018)
Jefferson County.  (8/1/2018)
Keokuk County.  (8/2/2018)
Kossuth County.  (8/18/2018)
Lee County.  (8/1/2018)
Louisa County.  (8/1/2018)
Lucas County.  (8/5/2018)
Lyon County.  (4/2/2018)
Madison County.  (8/8/2018)
Marion County.  (5/23/2017)
Mitchell County.  (8/7/2018)
Monona County.  (4/27/2019)
Monticello County.  (1/13/2017)
Muscatine County.  (8/1/2018)
Palo Alto County.  (9/6/2018)
Pocahontas County.  (9/6/2018)
Poweshiek and Webster counties.  (2/7/2017)
Ringgold County.  (8/8/2018)
Sac County.  (4/28/2019)
Sioux County.  (8/26/2018 update)
Tama County.  (7/6/2018)
Taylor County.  (9/16/2018)
Union County.  (9/10/2017)
Van Buren County.  (4/25/2019)
Wapello County.  (8/3/2018)
Washington County.  (4/2/2018)
Wayne County.  (8/5/2018)
Webster County.  (8/9/2018)
Winnebago County. (12/17/2017)
Winneshiek County.  (8/2/2018)
Worth County. (8/7/2018)
Wright County.  (6/3/2019 update)

Bourbon County.  (1/3/2020)
Clark County.  (3/21/2017)
Comanche County. (12/22/2018)
Doniphan County.  (3/27/2019)
Mitchell County.  (1/29/2017)
Sumner County.  (10/1/2017)

Bell County.  (6/4/2018)
Carter County.  (1/4/2020)
Elliott County.  (7/18/2019)
Hancock County,.  (10/21/2017)
Henderson County.  (1/22/2020)
Jackson County.  (12/9/2017)
Knott County.  (1/5/2020)
Knox and Whitley counties.  (2/17/2017)
Lee County.  (12/9/2017)
Letcher County.  (6/29/2017)
Martin County.  (3/22/2018)
Perry County.  (10/10/2017)
Pike County.  (11/1/2019)
Rowan County.  (6/4/2018)

Calcasieu Parish,.  (5/22/2017)
St. Martin Parish.  (4/26/2017)

Piscataquis County.  (7/3/2017)

Alcona County.  (1/27/2020)
Alpena County.  (1/28/2020)
Bay County.  (7/4/2019)
Cheboygan County.  (1/31/2020)
Crawford County.  (1/30/2020)
Eaton County.  (6/26/2019)
Huron County.  (3/11/2021 update)
Iosco County.  (1/27/2020)
Lake County.  (9/16/2018)
Lapeer County.  (7/5/2019)
Macomb County.  (11/29/2017)
Missaukee County.  (3/17/2021)
Monroe County.  (3/9/2019)
Montmorency County.  (1/29/2020)
Ogemaw County.  (1/30/2020)
Oscoda County.  (1/30/2020)
Otsego County.  (1/30/2020)
Presque Isle County.  (1/209/2020)
Roscommon County.  (3/18/2021 update)
St. Joseph County.  (6/5/2017)
Saginaw County.  (7/4/2019)
Tuscola County.  (7/5/2019)
Wexford County.  (3/17/2021)

Chisago County.  (6/20/2018)
Clay County.  (11/14/2019)
Itasca County.  (5/12/2018)
Jackson County.  (1/20/2020)
Lac qui Parle County.  (7/2/2017)
Mower County.  (5/12/2018)
Nobles County.  (1/26/2018)
Stearns County.  (6/21/2019)
Steele County.  (6/9/2019)

Pontotoc County.  (7/19/2017)

Atchison County.  (3/25/2019)
Butler County.  (7/22/2018)
Holt County.  (3/25/2019)
Livingston County.  (1/12/2020)
New Madrid County.  (4/23/2019)
Newton County.  (1/18/2020)
Pike County/Bowling Green.  (5/23/2019)

Valley County/Opheim.  (5/27/2019)

Boyd County.  (4/14/2019)
Burt County.  (3/27/2019)
Keya Paha.  (4/14/2019)
Knox County.  (3/28/2019)
Nemaha County.  (3/27/2019)
Richardson County.  (3/27/2019)
Sioux County.  (12/22/2018)

New Jersey
Sussex County.   (3/15/2021 update)
7th Congressional District.  (4/14/2017)

New York
Broome County.  (2/14/2019)
Cayuga County.  (2/13/2019)
Cortland County.  (2/14/2019)
Essex County.  (11/29/2017 update)
Franklin County. (2/9/2019)
Fulton County.  (2/10/2019)
Herkimer County.  (2/10/2019)
Orange County.  (2/15/2019)
Oswego County.  (2/11/2019)
Otsego County.  (2/12/2019)
Putnam County.  (2/27/2018)
Renssalaer County.  (2/13/2019)
St. Lawrrence County.  (2/8/2019)
Seneca County.  (2/14/2019)
Sullivan County.  (2/15/2019)
Warren County.  (2/11/2019)
Washington County.  (2/11/2019)
19th Congressional District.  (3/26/2017)

North Carolina
Hyde County.  (11/10/2019)
Robeson County.  (12/1/2017)
Union County.  (3/9/2017)

North Dakota
Burleigh County.  (12/6/2019)
Sargent County.  (10/22/2017)

Adams County.  (12/9/2017)
Ashtabula County.  (2/18/2019)
Belmont County.  (7/17/2018)
Columbiana County,  (12/11/2017)
Coshocton County. (3/6/2019)
Defiance County.  (3/21/2017)
Erie County.  (3/5/2019)
Gallia County.  (2/23/2019)
Guernsey County.  (2/27/2019)
Highland County.   (3/19/2017)
Huron County.  (6/19/2017)
Jackson County.  (6/6/2017)
Jefferson County.  (2/20/2019)
Lawrence County.  (2/25/2018)
Marion County.  (7/14/2018)
Meigs County.  (2/22/2019)
Mercer County.  (12/8/2019)
Morgan County.  (10/10/2017)
Muskingum County.  (2/26/2019)
Ottawa County. (3/5/2019)
Portage County.  (3/7/2019)
Sandusky County.  (3/5/2019)
Shelby County.  (3/2/2018)
Trumbull County.  (4/3/2017)
Tuscarawas County. (1/25/2019)
Van Wert County.  (4/12/2017)
Wayne County.  (5/6/2018)
Williams County.  (3/21/2017)
Wood County.  (3/6/2019)
Wyandot County.  (5/4/2018)

Bryan County.  (5/5/2017)
Nowata County.  (5/5/2018)
Osage County/Fairfax.  (5/12/2019)

Douglas County.  (5/17/2017)

Beaver County.  (2/8/2019)
Blair County/Altoona.  (4/28/2019)
Bradford County.  (2/18/2020)
Cambria County/Johnstown.  (6/3/2017)
Dauphin County. (4/22/2017)
Elk County.  (3/24/2019)
Erie County.  (10/11/2018 update)
Fayette County.  (7/25/2018)
Greene County.  (5/3/2017)
Huntingdon County.  (3/9/2021)
Lawrence County.  (2/5/2019)
UPDATE. Luzerne County.  (1/14/2017)
Lycoming County.  (1/28/2020)
McKean County.  (2/17/2020)
Mercer County.  (2/9/2019)
Northampton County.  (7/20/2017)
Old Forge (Lackawanna County).  3/18/2019)
Pike County.  (2/23/2020)
Potter County.  (2/17/2020)
Susquehanna County.  (2/18/2020)
Tioga County.  (2/17/2020)
Warren County.  (6/30/2019)
Wayne County.  (2/18/2020)
Williamsport.  (1/24/2017)

South Carolina
Spartanburg County.  (6/5/2017)

South Dakota
Charles Mix County.  (11/11/2019)
Lawrence County,.  (4/27/2017)

Campbell County.  (12/10/2017)
Carter County.  (2/24/2020)
Cooke County.  (5/16/2021)
Lake County.  (12/22/2018)
Marion County.  (4/1/2017)
Maury County.  (10/31/2017)
Roane County.  (5/1/2018)
Union County.  (5/30/2017)

Gaines County.  (4/26/2017)
Shackelford County.  (2/26/2018)

Bland County.  (2/16/2020)
Buchanan County.  (12/13/2019)
Carroll County.  (2/28/2020)
Dickenson County.  (2/15/2020)
Floyd County.  (2/27/2020)
Franklin County.  (3/8/2021)
Frederick County.  (2/15/2020)
Giles County.  (2/26/2020)
Grayson County.  (2/27/2020)
Lee County.  (2/15/2020)
Patrick County.  (2/29/2020)
Pulaski County.  (2/26/2020)
Russell County.  (2/15/2020)
Scott County.  (2/16/2020)
Smyth County.  (2/16/2020)
Tazewell County.  (2/16/2020)
Washington County.  (2/16/2020)
Wise County.  (11/9/2019)

Grays Harbor County.  (8/20/2017)

West Virginia
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Boone County.  (3/23/2018)
Brooke County.  (3/17/2019)
Cabell County.  (8/4/2017)
Clay County.  (5/21/2021)
Doddridge County.  (3/19/2019)
Fayette County.  (1/24/2017)
Greenbrief County.  (12/14/2018)
Hancock County. (3/17/2019)
Hardy County.  (2/15/2020)
Harrison County.  (3/19/2019)
Jackson County.  (6/18/2017)
Lincoln County.  (3/21/2019)
Logan County.  (3/21/2019)
Marion County.  (3/18/2019)
Marshall County.  (2/7/2018)
Mason County.  (12/16/2017)
McDowell County.  (7/10/2017)
Mercer County.  (3/20/2019)
Mingo County.  (3/25/2018)
Summers County.  (3/25/2018)
Wayne County.  (3/24/2018)
Wetzel County.  (3/19/2019)
Wood County.  (1/15/2019)
Wyoming County.  (3/20/2019)

6th congressional district.  (1/27/2018)
Adams County.  (2/6/2017)
Barron County.  (1/3/2020)
Buffalo County.  (3/19/2017)
Burnett County.  (2/24/2018)
Clark County,.  (8/13/2018)
Crawford County.  (5/14/2018)
Florence County.  (11/13/2019)
Fond du Lac County.  (3/7/2018)
Forest County.  (6/16/2019)
Grant County.  (5/16/2018)
Green Lake County.  (1/26/2018)
Jackson County.  (3/8/2018)
Johnson Creek.  (1/21/2017)
Juneau County.  (2/23/2017)
Lafayette County.  (5/16/2018)
Langlade County,.  (6/9/2019)
Lincoln County.  (1/14/2020)
Manitowoc County.  (8/10/2017)
Monroe County.  (3/8/2018)
Oconto County.  (7/24/2018)
Oneida County.  (4/24/2017)
Pepin County.  (12/21/2017)
Price County.  (12/23/2018 update)
Richland County.  (11/10/2017)
Rusk County.  (6/30/2019)
Sauk County.  (5/14/2018)
Sawyer County.  (3/20/2017)
Taylor County.  (12/23/2018 update)
Trempealeau County.  (5/28/2019)
Vernon County.  (5/14/2018)
Waushara County.  (2/6/2017)
Winnebago County.  (11/27/2017)
Wood County.  (3/8/2018)