Voters are realizing what school administrators have always known. Revenues must rise with inflation, or districts must begin to cut staff and defer building maintenance.
Any Wisconsin resident or lawmaker seeking to abolish the Electoral College would be working against the region’s self-interest and succumbing to the siren song of personality politics.
Act 10 is holding up for the most part, but the law could die by a thousand paper cuts if enough union sympathizers at the local level devise schemes such as the one being advanced by Liebert.
While it's easy to poke fun at the deck, many people feel sentimental about it and for good reason. The antiquated structure is a reminder of downtown's former vibrancy.
Thumbs up to poll workers, UW-Whitewater non-drinkers. Thumbs down to demise of VFW, American Legion posts, lack of military readiness.
Here’s what we’d like school board members to keep in mind as they weigh the qualifications of each candidate for Janesville's superintendent position.
The $87 million referendum’s narrow defeat by 287 votes suggests the community remains open to building a new high school, though perhaps not the one envisioned this time.
With Wednesday's shock slowly transitioning into acceptance, even among those who so desperately pulled for Hillary Clinton, the next question becomes: Now what?
Milton Mayor Anissa Welch and her allies believe they're taking a principled stand against Lader, but in their pursuit of the ethical high ground, Welch and the council have stumbled into a ravine.