Rep. Mark Pocan's post-election pouting is a real shame because he represents a large portion of western Rock County, and we don't want Rock County associated with a congressman's calculated temper tantrum rooted in Hillary Clinton's defeat.
The state's four-year tuition freeze has reduced concerns about college affordability (at least compared to other states’ college systems) but has amplified concerns about the effects of perpetual penny pinching.
The Janesville School District's characterization of Monday's icy roads as “unexpected” was especially rich given that surrounding districts canceled school the previous evening in anticipation of an ice storm.
Thumbs up to restructuring TIF deal, better records availability. Thumbs down to nobody running for Delavan-Darien School Board, an emoji for a new Monopoly token.
In some ways, the biggest surprise with Monday's vote to merge Janesville's and Milton's fire departments was that it didn't happen sooner.
The last time we checked, J.K. Rowling's backyard is in England, not Edgerton, and the city council rightly realized it has no business lavishly subsidizing celebrations for fictional characters, or non-fictional ones for that matter.
The board was so thoroughly and unanimously impressed with Steve Pophal, director of secondary education at D.C. Everest Area School District, that scrapping the Jan. 16 interviews was not only justified—it was the right thing to do.
Thumbs up to Judge James Daley, Milton-Lader settlement. Thumbs down to "dark store" schemes and higher hunting license fees.
Council President Sam Liebert has offered multiple explanations for making a big deal about employees' criticisms of City Manager Mark Freitag only to dismiss their significance during Freitag’s performance review last month.
There’s no shame in advocating for legal immigration, though some bizarre bedfellows—far-left politicians and corporate interests—want the public to believe illegal immigration should be tolerated, even encouraged.