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  • Septic fields have their benefits

    November 9th, 2018
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    Ah, yes, here I am, sitting on pins and needles, awaiting the election results of the midterms. What better time to change the conversation to the subject of poop.

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    Places of worship need armed guards?

    November 5th, 2018
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    When I was a little girl, going to Sunday church was a big deal. Out of the closet would come that frilly starched dress and the shiny, black patent-leather shoes — and maybe even white gloves for Easter.

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    Do 7,000 people constitute an ‘invasion’?

    October 26th, 2018
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    With the exception of the occasional mathematics wonk, Americans are not very good with numbers.

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    Walker letter reveals wealth of information about our area

    October 18th, 2018
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    At 34 pages, it is far too long to be a love letter and too short to be a master’s thesis.

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    Political signs mar natural beauty of Kickapoo Valley

    October 12th, 2018
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    Ah, fall in the Kickapoo Valley, the landscape a brilliant watercolor, yellow maples against red sumac, fields of pumpkins and corn shocks, an utter perfection of nature’s beauty.

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  • Outlook isn’t rosy for flood victims

    October 5th, 2018
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    Dale Klemme, executive director of Community Development Alternatives in Prairie du Chien, splashed cold water on the flood survivors Monday night in Ontario.

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    Messages surrounding Kavanaugh’s confirmation are troubling

    September 27th, 2018
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    I have never been one of those super-addicted genealogists — you know the type — who spend a lifetime collecting names going back to the dawn of time and can tell you that somehow, some way, they really are related to William the Conqueror or George Washington.

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    Local Facebook posts indicate a high level of anxiety

    September 20th, 2018
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    It was pretty clear at its Sept. 11 meeting that the Norwalk Village Board wouldn’t be in a convertible festooned with balloons, leading a parade, anytime soon.

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    In face of flood damage, remaining uninvolved and indifferent won’t work

    September 13th, 2018
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    Ontario was eerily silent Sunday. Evidently exhaustion had caught up with everyone.

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    After flooding, government has not ridden in like a white knight

    September 6th, 2018
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    Anyone who waited patiently last week for our government to come riding in like a white knight and rescue us from a weather disaster is still waiting.

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    Time to redraw the floodplain maps?

    September 1st, 2018
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    It was a strange night. Maybe you had one at your house, too. Our geriatric dog, who usually sleeps as though she wer e dead, was on edge.

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