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Your Views: Johnson made strides as bipartisan senator

Sen. Ron Johnson is one of the country's most productive senators, having sponsored 627 pages of legislation in this session that have successfully become law.

Johnson passed a law through Congress to help keep terrorists out of the U.S. by...

Your Views:Climate change evidence mounts, yet skeptics exist

Just recently I heard a talk by Matt Anderson, director of the National Audubon Society's Climate Initiative. He reported that Audubon scientists used three decades of citizen-scientist observations and found that of the 588 North American bird...

Our Views: Thumbs up/down for Monday, July 25
This week's tally includes four thumbs up and one down.
Other Views: Keep our state government open and accountable
Gov. Scott Walker and Republicans aren't doing enough to keep government transparent.
Our Views: Students dismiss technical college at their own risk
Whether pursuing an associate degree or taking credits with the intention of later transferring to a four-year school, technical colleges offer terrific value.
Your Views: Vruwink best candidate for 43rd District seat

On Aug. 9, we have an important choice to make for assemblyman in the 43rd District. Of the two candidates, I have known Don Vruwink the longest. He taught my sons in high school, and I worked with him on the city council here in Milton.

He has ...

Your Views: Janesville has problems, starting with GM cleanup

Is it just me, or has the city sat on its duff for all these years in making GM clean pollution to the point that it will cost taxpayers to do so?

Here we are with a pollution problem and a slum that is a disgrace to the city and who will get...

Sound Off for Sunday, July 15: Melania Trump, budget woes, public notices

On voting Republican: Let's be frank and forthright: If you are not voting for Mr. Trump, you are in effect voting for Hillary.

On Milton Avenue traffic: Well, traffic is being compressed into one lane on...

Your Views: Welch cares about all residents
Over two years ago, a controversial proposal for an industrial park and Interstate interchange began threatening my neighborhood and way of life for numerous rural residents.
Your Views: Disrud knows the inner workings
Sandy Disrud is the only choice for the Rock County register of deeds position.

Columns

Steven Walters: Exploring reasons Wisconsin is a presidential battleground
Charles Krauthammer: A theory on why Comey won’t prosecute Clinton
Kathleen Parker: Who are the people for whom Trump tolls?
Michael Gerson: We can’t know who we are without knowing who we were
Steven Walters: In campaigns, numbers differ in battle about school aid

Letters to the Editor

Your Views: Wiedenfeld committed to serving community
Your Views: Vruwink motivated by desire to serve
Your Views: Tollefson showed skill as Harmony clerk
Your Views: High standards lacking in Milton Avenue project
Your Views: Tollefson excelled as Harmony town clerk

Our Views

Our Views: State law gives bedbugs place to hide
Our Views: Johnson, Ryan perform awkward Trump dance
Our Views: Thumbs up/down for Monday, July 25
Our Views: Students dismiss technical college at their own risk
Our Views: Drivers need in-your-face reminders

Other Views

Other Views: Keep our state government open and accountable
Guest Views: Ryan's 'Better Way' embraces toxic trade
Web Views for July 13: controversial curriculum, Cullen's possible governor bid
Broman: Peddling papers and proud of it
Your Views: State redistricting needs an overhaul

Sound Off

Sound Off for Wednesday, July 27: building walls, media bias, Rep. Ryan
Sound Off for Sunday, July 15: Melania Trump, budget woes, public notices
Sound Off for Wednesday, July 20: Milton referendum, political ad, driving high
Sound Off for Sunday, July 17: police shootings, street projects, hummingbirds
Sound Off for Wednesday, July 13: Clinton's emails, I-90/39, goose poop