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I voted for the proposal because this approach will help strengthen each two-year UW institution, and it is the fiscally responsible path to take.
What should Milton do next? After this year's failed capital referendum, I have been asked this question several times.
I'm mystified as to why each budget year seems to equal another dogfight between the city administration and the humane society. It is unnecessary and an insult to the fine work the humane society does.
One needs to dig deeper to find the real reason Democrats have lost so many seats in the past decade, not only in Wisconsin but across the entire country.
Michael Brennan’s nomination for a lifetime appointment as a judge on a federal appellate court whose jurisdiction includes Wisconsin is tainted in ways that should make Wisconsinites wary.
Decades of research show that women govern differently from men. Not better, differently. That difference matters.
DACA allowed me to drive, work legally and fulfill my dream to teach and help others, but with President Donald Trump’s announcement last month that he would end DACA, we have been betrayed.
United Way Blackhawk Region’s annual fundraising campaign launched in September, though we work year-round to engage public and corporate support. What’s more important than the campaign is why we work so hard to mobilize our caring community.
The NFL players are taking a knee against injustice. It is their right to do that.
The Milton School District is made up mostly of farmers, low paid laborers and retired people living on Social Security, and they cannot afford to pay any more property tax to build a $70 million school.
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