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Greg Peck: Ash borers devastating parts of Janesville
Greg Peck: Ash borers devastating parts of Janesville
The city of Janesville has been marking dead and dying ash trees for removal, and in some spots, the losses will be devastating.
Steven Walters: Protests by UW faculty anger GOP budget writers
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos called the faculty votes “not helpful” and a “big mistake on their part.”
Kathleen Parker: Pondering election disaffection
Americans have begun to face the likely probability that they’ll elect a president they don’t much like. Polls suggest as much, as do my own conversations.
Your Views: Janesville Education Foundation thinks disruptive student behavior requires communitywide solution
The Janesville Education Foundation does not expect to solve the problem ourselves, but we do want to help facilitate discussion as a convener.
Our Views: Ambulance runs by Janesville Fire Department appear to benefit city coffers, patients
Our Views: Ambulance runs by Janesville Fire Department appear to benefit city coffers, patients
While the revenue is good, the department needs to examine runs over more than just a few months to calculate wear and tear on ambulances and personnel.
Editorial cartoons for May 22-28, 2016
Editorial cartoons for May 22-28, 2016
Selected editorial cartoons for the week of May 22-28, 2016
Thumbs Up/Down for Monday, May 23
Thumbs Up/Down for Monday, May 23
Thumbs Up to Camp Indian Trails projects, authors Jessi Salimes and Emma Bussan and to The Octones; Thumbs down to delaying payments on state debt.
Your Views: Amid so many environmental threats, join Citizens’ Climate Lobby
Citizens’ Climate Lobby is an international, nonpartisan, grass-roots organization committed to creating the political will for a livable world.
Your Views: Car engine essentially a mechanical mistake
Engine cars are mechanically pathetic compared to electric vehicles.
Matt Pommer: Walker, UW at odds
Some faculty groups “appear more interested in protecting ‘job-for-life’ tenure than about helping students get the best education possible,” the governor said.

Columns

Esther Cepeda: Grit is good
Kathleen Parker: With old Clinton conspiracy, we are a Trump too far
Greg Peck: Playing it safe by dialing Diggers Hotline
Peter Funt: Clinton needs a crash course
Michael Gerson: The Trump train is fueled by conspiracy

Letters to the Editor

Your Views: Math education system failing Janesville students
Your Views: Proposed railroad bypass of Chicago raises suspicions
Your Views: Janesville Education Foundation thinks disruptive student behavior requires communitywide solution
Your Views: Event at Janesville Craig High School showcases pursuit of excellence
Your Views: It’s sad that world peace takes back seat to profits

Our Views

Our Views: Ambulance runs by Janesville Fire Department appear to benefit city coffers, patients
Thumbs Up/Down for Monday, May 23
Our Views: Mixed legacy for Schulte
Our Views: Income study suggests challenges in Janesville-Beloit region
Our Views: State must get serious about fighting deer disease

Other Views

Web Views for Friday, May 20: Schulte's retirement, meeting about student behavior, Milton lawsuit
Community foundation: Death of Prince shows importance of estate planning
Ted Kinnaman: Band together to ensure Donald Trump is not elected
Web Views for Friday, May 13: Gun crimes, school demographics, Ryan's answers, Milton schools committee
Other Views: Bring factory jobs back to the Midwest? It's the great lie of 2016

Sound Off

Sound Off for Wednesday, May 25: Pain prescriptions, Hillary Clinton, jobs coming, burning in city
Sound Off for Sunday, May 22: Politics, young author, good Samaritans, superintendent, pepper spray incident
Sound Off for Wednesday, May 18: Schulte's retirement, student behavior, accused teacher, Ryan and Trump
Sound Off for Sunday, May 15: Presidential politics, Trump and Ryan, Obama and Janesville school issues
Sound Off for Wednesday, May 11: Janesville schools, motorcycling safety, Milton schools, presidential politics