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Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty. Politics and civil commentary with community blogger John Eyster

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Glen Loyd Videos

With community blogger Glen Loyd
Glen Loyd Videos: Famed astronomer started in Wisconsin
Glen Loyd Videos: Famed astronomer started in Wisconsin
As the world celebrates the Hubble telescope's 25th year in space, Glen Loyd looks back at the satellite's namesake, an astronomer who started his career in Williams Bay.
Glen Loyd Videos: Winter river sun patches
Glen Loyd Videos: Winter river sun patches
As a Mississippi tributary, the Rock River overflowed in recent weeks adding to the St Louis flooding. In this week's video from Glen Loyd, you can see the Rock's frozen high-water mark.
Glen Loyd Videos: Horses wearing a coat of snow
Glen Loyd Videos: Horses wearing a coat of snow
Animals thrive in the cold and an old house fights a losing battle with the weather.

Truly blessed

ALS patient James Martin shares his journey
James Martin: GOP 2016: The Force Awakens
James Martin: GOP 2016: The Force Awakens
"Donald Trump as Jar Jar Binks, amusing at first, but ultimately annoying once you actually listen to his word salad gibberish."

Green Side Up

Garden talk with Gazette community blogger Janice Peterson
Green Side Up: What is a botanical garden?
Green Side Up: What is a botanical garden?
Botanical gardens originated from European medieval “physics gardens” where herbs were grown for medicinal use.

Ask a Poultry Farmer

Advice from a man with sixty years of experience with chickens, turkeys and waterfowl. With community blogger Dale Wheelock.
Ask a Poultry Farmer: How to keep your chickens warm
Ask a Poultry Farmer: How to keep your chickens warm
Here's some tips for keeping your chickens warm in the winter.
Ask a Poultry Farmer: Six things to know about eggs
Ask a Poultry Farmer: Six things to know about eggs
Ever wonder how to tell if eggs are getting old? A very simple old time way is to put them in water.