If you’re having trouble thinking of reasons to be grateful—perhaps because your refrigerator broke down one day before you’re expecting 20 guests—we’ve made a small list for you.
Thumbs up to geothermal at Edgerton hospital and Rock County suing opioid makers. Thumbs down to hedging over Roy Moore, the next perpetrator exposed.
While considered as much a part of the rural landscape as corn and soybean fields, the state’s network of volunteer firefighters and emergency medical technicians is falling apart.
The public shouldn't buy Rock County Sheriff Robert Spoden's claim that he did nothing wrong by trying to derail a Janesville Police Department investigation involving his son.
Thumbs down to lowering drinking age to 19, leaves still on trees. Thumbs up to North Beloit, new crime stopper app.
While nobody in Madison is foolish enough—we would hope—to extend driving privileges to little kids, the GOP-controlled Legislature advanced an idea almost as idiotic last week: eliminating age restrictions on hunting.
While police efforts to protect children are obviously appreciated, sex offender checks on Halloween night can reinforce the myth that sex offenders mainly target strangers.
Rather than wallow in self-pity, school board members and district officials should do some self-reflection. They need to stop trying to bend the voters' will and instead bend to the will of the voters.
Thumbs up to retail sales boom, Chris and Charity Endres. Thumbs down to WEDC board, the Iron Stache.
The easiest course for the Rock County Board would be to follow its administrator's recommendation to stop funding four nonprofits in response to a Wisconsin attorney general's opinion concluding state law prohibits counties from funding these groups. But cutting off funds isn't the right thing to do.