Thumbs down to Commercial Development Company, playing politics with Dreamers. Thumbs up to coordinating dam removal and river clean-up, lower school tax levy.
While many police chiefs agree body cameras create more transparency and help build public trust, a new Assembly bill could have the opposite effect, preventing police from adequately responding to allegations of misconduct.
Wednesday's news maybe wasn't the sort of birthday present UW-Rock County officials had hoped to get, but if these reforms keep the campus open, they are worth it.
As marijuana becomes more mainstream and stigmas associated with its use fade, barriers to growing hemp are also likely to fall away.
Thumbs down to the end of HHFFRRRGGH name, Linda L. Gray. Thumbs up to Edgerton aquaponics greenhouse, downtown hotel proposal.
The arrival of a new restaurant, Tasty Bites, at the former Burger King site in Milton is further proof the Highway 26 bypass has been an economic blessing.
The pop-up store concept is appealing in part because it minimizes government meddling and expands the marketplace to allow more businesses to compete.
When a local leader delivers on what he says he's going to do, that's worth acknowledging.
Thumbs up to surge in summer school attendance, new police program. Thumbs down to Assembly riot bill, eliminating Columbus Day celebrations.
When the Tavern League of Wisconsin supports a bill to “crack down” on repeat drunken drivers, that's probably a sign the measure doesn't go far enough to address the problem.