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Everything is green and growing. That includes lawns and dandelions, and thistles. I don’t know why I put out thistle seed for the birds last year. They sure did plant a lot of it. Perennials … more
The number of lawmakers retiring or running for other offices is poised to fall short of what it was two years ago, despite the uncertainty caused by the new maps. As of May 3, 20 members of the … more
Whether browsing the Web, using social media, or checking your email, it's important to exercise caution when encountering links. Cybercriminals actively craft deceptive links to steal personal … more
Lemon yellow beams streamed through my resting eyelids as I soaked in the noon day sun last weekend. Facing skyward basking in the much-needed heat, eyes shut tight against the brightness, I sat and … more
The EPA recently released new rules regarding power plant emissions. The response from the fossil fuel industry was as expected: ranging from promises to block the new regulations in court to calling … more
We are old now, those of us who came of age amidst the turbulence of the Sixties and Seventies. I spent those years at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, which was known at the time for … more
We are a divided state and country. But maybe there are things the major parties can agree on. more
The Wisconsin Supreme Court will soon hear a case involving records related to the voting rights of mentally incompetent people. more
Hello friends, I am currently in a simply crazy, busy, but positive section of my life. This week I hunted hard for turkey during the second season in zone 1 and I did all of my hunting in a … more
The Centennial Committee held a fundraiser at A&W over the weekend. I'd like to thank all the sponsors of the gift baskets for the raffles and the committee members for volunteering their time. … more
One of the things that has me very confused and very frustrated is public bathrooms.  Yeah, I know, of ALL the things that I could have an opinion on, that must be a surprise.  But I admit … more
How many of you saw the results of a research report suggesting you might live longer if you have a female doctor? more
Four years after the arrival of COVID-19, Wisconsin’s state finances are the strongest on record, with ample reserves and comparatively low debt levels. more
The Wisconsin campaign finance case with ties to Donald Trump has suffered another setback. more
As Americans learn of another rate increase for postage stamps, U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) led Senators Martin Heinrich (D-NM), Rob Wyden (D-OR), Tammy Duckworth (D-IL), Dick Durbin (D-IL), … more
Who will make and communicate your medical decisions if you are unable to speak for yourself? more
In today's fast-paced world, finding time for exercise can seem daunting, as highlighted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) findings that only 24 percent of adults meet … more
Financial column with adam smit column head Heart Attack or Hangnail If you go to see your doctor with a medical issue, the medical professionals will ask a series of questions and may run … more
Martin Luther once said, “God has written the promise of new life not just in books alone but in every leaf in the springtime.” Springtime in Wisconsin brings snow flurries and … more
The past decade has been a fascinating case study on the power of the cult of personality, particularly as it applies to the loyal followers of former president Donald Trump. more
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