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Are you looking for a school board candidate who has 30 years of experience working with students not only in a classroom setting but also one on one as a tutoring specialist? A person of high integrity and deep personal faith? A person who has invested personal time in earning an advanced d…

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How many times have we heard that young adults should be allowed to do things older adults do. Now we say these individuals need help with their loans. What are we teaching these individuals? Who made these debts? Why should we the taxpayers fix the problem? If they need re-financing, they s…

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There is no student loan crisis. At least no more than there is an auto loan crisis or a home loan crisis. If you earn enough to cover your payments, there's no problem. A problem only arises if you don't have a job, or have one that doesn't pay enough.

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It is with enormous pride and gratitude that I write this letter. The City of Milton has experienced a level of investment and growth the past year (2019) that we have not seen in a decade, if ever. It is important as a community that we recognize and celebrate our successes.

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As a Milton native and nearly lifelong resident, I was overjoyed when the city added a bike lane down Madison Avenue connecting the main drag to the beautiful Glacial River Trail along Highway 26. This joy, however, has turned to frustration as the bike lane has been ignored by residents and…

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Take time and think about our priorities in life. They probably include: A healthy world that provides clean air and water along with a stable environment for future generations. A world safe from violence and hatred at all levels, local as well as international. A future with opportunities …

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I attended the annual meeting of the Rock Koshkonong Lake District. Two actions were taken. First, the proposed budget, which increased the levy, was rejected. Second, two longtime board members were replaced with newcomers pledging cooperation with the entire interested community.

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Recruiting, educating and upskilling our workforce is a cornerstone of the U.S. construction industry, and an essential component to supporting our most important asset – our people – who live in communities all over Wisconsin. In 2018 alone, Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) contrac…