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For the next 20 years, squawks from those who were for and against it will be heard when they pay the 35-40 percent increase in school district property taxes.
After considering the evidence, our elected representatives decided this spot and design were best. The 6-1 vote was solid.
We published the wrong Page 3B in the April 13 paper. Instead of a page with timely sports content, we reprinted the 3B from April 2.
Who in the administrative branch of our city government approves and convinces our city council to approve such an outlandish waste of taxpayer dollars?
Increasing spending by 3.5 percent instead of 5.2 percent is hardly imposing draconian cuts.
The Golden "K" Kiwanis club again raised about $11,000 for local youth charities after paying $5,000 to the 15 people who came closest to the official sinking time.
Your investment of more than $2.7 million in the 2013 campaign will provide funding to 94 United Way partner programs in 2014.
Credit former U.S. Sen. Herb Kohl for his deep desire to keep the Bucks in Milwaukee.
The fact that NATO has survived the end of the Cold War and has been an important element in addressing Western security concerns, doesn’t mean that it will remain so.
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