This topic makes the eyes of residents glaze over. Only those tapped into politics really care. But everyone should. This issue explains why so few Wisconsinites vote.
If a fundraising feasibility study leads to a new building in the next five years, it will be the society’s biggest accomplishment yet.
Rebecca Blank, UW-Madison chancellor, says the bill would harm her school more than the $250 million in budget cuts the UW System faces in the new biennial budget.
Because Cathy Myers and Carla Quirk are strong union advocates, this month’s verbal dispute is nothing more than the latest salvo in a battle over political ideology.
No one disagrees that city streets need repairs faster. Like an increasing number of Wisconsin cities, however, Janesville found itself with roadblocks at every turn.
Amid these developments, it's easy to overlook two small but important programs that are or will help local people gain employment skills.
Warehousing, it seems, is the hot new segment for Janesville's economy, and the city should do what it can to keep it sizzling, The Gazette Editorial Board writes.
The difficulties being suffered by LaborFest and its parade are a reflection and perhaps a symptom of organized labor's diminishing stature here and elsewhere in Wisconsin, The Gazette Editorial Board writes.
Readers will find a disturbing photo on Page 6B in Friday's Gazette. They should know the decision to use it was not made lightly, The Gazette Editorial Board writes.
Thumbs Up to expanding Evansville's library, to UW-W's sustainability program and to the cancer coalition; Thumbs Down to enrollment disparity in Rock Valley Conference.