Small claims, dismissed with stipulation. Now case says Filing Fees Paid $XXX and 17RV011330
Looks like a case number. They usually start with the year the case is filed. Dismissed means that the case is no longer "live" or active. A stipulation is some instruction, so I would ask the clerk to get the file, so you can read the order of dismissal. It may just be stipulated with prejudice or something (meaning you can't refile), but I've never practiced in WI, so not sure.
You can contact the clerk of courts in the county the case was filed in to find out the status and what the code means. Dismissed with stipulation means the case was dismissed and a settlement was entered. Below is a link to the Small Claims Handbook for Wisconsin. At the end has a glossary of terminology to assist you.
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