During the 1500s in Europe, religious iconoclasts destroyed and buried many valuable religious works of art.
At the Oct. 11 open house during the presentation, it was stated that several taxpayers had asked to see the proposed high school blueprints.
Recently The Gazette gave a "thumbs down" to candy being thrown to children at the recent Labor Day parade.
On Nov. 7, Milton residents will have the opportunity to vote on the Milton School District’s capital referendum. The outcome will have a big impact on Janesville residents.
Donald Trump is clearly unfit for the office he holds and poses an immediate threat to the safety and security of this country, which is why I support his impeachment.
The problem with the just-finalized deal is that Wisconsin’s taxpayers are paying for those jobs—and at a cost of $230,700 per job, it’s not such a great deal.
As I travel around the state talking with small groups of dedicated but depressed progressives, the most common question I hear is, “What can we do?” Here’s my answer.
Mining could provide the necessary spark for industry and population growth in the Northwoods.
One statement always held up when confronting the mining companies: “Give us an example of just one sulfide mine that hasn’t polluted the environment.” They couldn’t supply one.
Today, we expect the White House and federal agencies to provide effective leadership in mitigating national disasters, which people until the 20th century fatalistically viewed as unavoidable “acts of God.”