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The failure to approve the Keystone XL pipeline is a symbol of a national energy policy headed in the wrong direction.
Some of our elected officials will not give up trying to lower the wages and benefits of our middle-class workers.
God bless Ronnie Thomas and all his hard work to keep what he believed in alive. Can any of you say the same?
When adults value and invest in education, students get the message that it's important, too.
Despite congressional constraints, President Obama’s energy policies on the whole are balanced and forward-looking.
Community columnist John W. Eyster offers a roundup of opinions on the Virgina TV reporter shootings.
President Obama's limp foreign policy has emboldened—and enabled\—Vladimir Putin.
As Rock County experiences a rising need for foster parents, community columnist John W. Eyster again finds himself a foster father.
One person dies of melanoma every hour, and about 74,000 new cases of invasive melanoma will be diagnosed in the U.S. in 2015.