Wisconsin's open-records law is flexible enough to adapt to today's technology without wholesale overhaul, The Gazette Editorial Board writes.
Sen. Van Wanggaard’s bill might prevent situations like Milwaukee’s from gobbling municipal resources.
Building ties between residents and officers has never been more important, The Gazette Editorial Board writes.
Thumbs Up to local comedians at 4-H fair, Rock County Conservationists, JPAC volunteer Karen O'Leary and A.M. Castle factory coming to Janesville.
Hopefully, everybody can learn something from the Dec. 21 incident that led to an expensive outside investigation, The Gazette Editorial Board writes.
Thumbs Up to police motorcycle, new pavilions; Thumbs Down to using guns to stop robberies and UW professor
Absent visiting a farm, attending our nation's oldest 4-H fair is your best annual chance to talk to farm families, support their efforts and thank them, The Gazette Editorial Board writes.
It's na´ve to suggest switching to regional administrators—cutting 83 full-time workers—won't hurt the 13 UW Colleges, The Gazette Editorial Board writes.
The closed session only fueled speculation. That the talks lasted three hours also led to suspicion that something more than a communications issue was at stake.
Ryan believes too many Americans have grown dependent on handouts rather than taking responsibility for their own well-being. That’s a valid argument.