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In sorting out one of the strongest fields to run for city council in years, The Gazette Editorial Board struggled to settle on endorsing only four candidates.
Thumbs up to declining crime rate and keeping dealers out of drug court. Thumbs down to trash on the trails and limiting access to court records.
Who would have thought an obsolete, worn-out slab of concrete sitting in the Rock River would have triggered such strong feelings among both its fans and detractors?
Delavan-Darien Superintendent Robert Crist should have consulted the school board and sought its guidance on how to proceed before shooting out an email to parents about dealing with ICE agents.
Thumbs up to Lance Fena, bipartisan resistance. Thumbs down to a $21,000 taxpayer bill for Pence's visit, Bernie Sanders campaign.
Perhaps the biggest problem with the Republican replacement plan for Obamacare is not that it fails to advance either conservative or liberal aims—it's simply impractical.
In their handling of a proposed ordinance aimed at spending on consultants, two city officials showed voters why the process of churning out laws is sometimes referred to as sausage making.
The Republican from Clinton sits on the Joint Finance Committee and could prove influential in stopping a provision within Gov. Scott Walker's proposed budget that would hamper the public's right to know.
We cannot join in the Kumbaya moment over Gov. Scott Walker's budget, namely because his plan falls woefully short in addressing the state's transportation needs.
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