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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.
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.
Your simple business transaction with a Girl Scout is helping her to build a lifetime of real-world skills.
The sale featured hundreds of items from newborn through preteen. Nearly $600 was raised and donated to Independent Disability Services!
These events help ensure our YWCA programs will continue to flourish in Rock County, serving hundreds of women, children and families in the area.
The most secure system would be groups of small, independent units as opposed to a large system with only one main central generating unit.
The six organists who performed at six churches played a variety of music, and they showed off the special sounds that each particular organ can make.
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