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Perhaps most important, the Ho-Chunk's compact with the state permits the tribe to operate a fourth gaming site.
Wisconsinites like to think of themselves as progressive. We remain in the slow lane, even backward, on Interstate speeds.
Thumbs Up to renovating the former Rock County Appliance building, to Rep. Amy Loudenbeck and to a state grant for Edgerton; Thumbs Down to microbeads in personal care products.
City administrators didn’t just see an opening, reach into their back pockets and pick Price. He rose to the top after two regional and national searches.
The emergencies go beyond courtesy. Cars left on streets create hazards that plow drivers must maneuver around. Snow left behind can freeze and create hazards, too.
The ministry's latest plans are two more bold steps toward helping the downtrodden lead productive lives.
Thumbs Up to a new AMTEC contract, Dollar Tree filling former Walgreens and getting tough with indifferent landlords; Thumbs Down to e-cigarettes in workplaces.
After years of debate and deliberation, last week's 7-0 vote to raze the building but try to save architectural elements suggests a good and harmonious compromise.
This much is clear: The city must fix roads quicker, and one way or another, residents will pay.
It's our newspaper and our story. That might seem possessive and defensive, but you must understand what can happen when you give people the right of prior review.
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