Those who align themselves with the Democratic Party want everyone to know that there is absolutely no election stealing going on, none at all, not on the national level, not on the state level, not on the local level.
To the Editor: On Tuesday, Sept. 26 at 9:30 a.m. the Oneida County Board of Supervisors will be discussing and voting on a resolution for Oneida County to bow out of the Human Services Center, as has been verified to me by several members of that board.
To the Editor: Wisconsinites agree, voters should pick politicians. Politicians should not pick voters. Unfortunately, Wisconsin Republicans have gerrymandered their way to a permanent majority regardless of the will of the electorate. That’s wrong, our democracy is in peril.
Of late the globalist warming crowd has targeted the poor cow for the cause of the earth burning up before our very eyes.
As part of doing business, government agencies often maintain contact lists or distribution lists. These days those are typically email addresses, but they also can contain physical addresses or even phone numbers.
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Marion, Kansas (pop. 1,922) is right smack in the middle of nowhere, unless you count Cottonwood Falls (pop. 851) 27 miles to the east. But this tiny farming and cattle town is now on the map: ground zero for a titanic battle over freedom of the press.
We suppose we should never be surprised about what is going on in Oneida County government — virtually none of it any good — and so it wasn’t much of a shock when the Oneida County district attorney completely flubbed her analysis of our complaint about the zoning committee’s actions …
To the Editor: I would like to respond to Mr. Richard Moore’s news analysis “USA heat wave! But is it really hot?” in the August 8 edition of the Northwoods River News.
To the Editor: A number of restaurants in the area failed to open for the tourist season. Some others are operating on a reduced schedule, and some have announced that they will be closing early (for good?).
To the Editor: A special opportunity for Wisconsin Retirement System annuitants that have been in the educational community and friends of public education will take place in Rhinelander.
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In recent years, public schools in Wisconsin and across the country have come under intense scrutiny. At issue are some of the most politically engaging, high-stakes issues of our time: what we teach children about race, gender and identity; how we police the line between free speech and anti-discrimination law; …
To the Editor: I recently had the opportunity to be part of events in Superior, Ashland, Minocqua and Wausau, called the Safest Way Tour, which highlighted the importance of the Line 5 pipeline relocation project being proposed in Bayfield, Ashland, and Iron counties.
It's easy to accept as normal the editorials in the River News, filled with passion but devoid of facts and reason. But the vicious tirade against Judge Mary Burns [2 June] was clearly outside the box. Such personal attacks of public officials for doing their job is hostile to the …
To the Editor:Dear Gregg and Richard, Seemingly, your desire to deride Judge Mary Roth Burns ignites my editorial propensities. Because the last time that I felt feverishly compelled to respond to one of your predictable rants was about a year ago.
To the Editor:Having just finished watching the recorded live streaming of the county board meeting on May 16, I was impressed by the turn-out of 26 concerned citizens who spoke in favor of the Pelican River Forest easements. There was tremendous support for it from citizens.
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