Court of Appeals Chief Judge Lisa Neubauer is running for Wisconsin Supreme Court justice in the April 2, 2019, election.
The Super Bowl—wow! Now I lay me down to sleep, recalling Max McGee catching a pass from Bart Starr behind his back—and Desmond Howard flying through the opposition—both of them scoring!
It is thanks to the years of hard work by civil rights activists like Martin Luther King Jr. and other devotees and revolutionists that we are where we are today as a society. Despite their work, the ideological war against racial segregation is equally as relevant in today’s society—if not …
As a member of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community founded by the Promised Messiah, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian, India, I would like to extend my wishes to all Christians celebrating the birth of Jesus (peace be on him)—the one who lifted the morals of the society of his time. Sadly, with every …
As we approach a new year, one normally makes New Year’s resolutions. These resolutions generally involve self-improvement like losing weight, reading more books and so on. Perhaps a resolution you might want to consider for 2019, is to improve the world for future generations by supporting …
When I think of the partisan divide that prevents us from addressing the climate crisis, I like to look to history for inspiration and stories of successes that helped change the world. How have we built bridges in the past? How can we come together and work for the common good—a livable wor…
The people of Wisconsin voted for change, but Republican lawmakers have proposed legislation to obstruct the people’s will. The move to grab significant powers and duties of the incoming governor and attorney general attacks our democratic values and annuls our vote.
President Trump declared “almost a complete victory” after learning of the results of the midterm elections. However, this is another fabrication used to bolster his ego and security. This is no victory because the Democrats took control of the U.S. House of Representatives and won the gover…
Kids and adults alike are encouraged to pull out the crayons, coloring pencils, markers and paints for the “True Colors of Christmas” coloring page, found on Page A10 in this week’s issue.
- New charity builds bunks for kids without beds
- Adele C. Johnson
- Amvets hosting kids’ ice fishing contest canceled
- Sale of Ladysmith Gordy's may be imminent
- Gordy’s Market auctions scheduled for March 6
- Bloomer grocer won’t bid on Gordy’s Markets
- Great Lakes Foods looks to buy Ladysmith Gordy’s Market
- Former Chetek man missed court, statewide bench warrant issued
- Paul E. Lundmark
- Dorothy A. Allen
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