• Local Weather

  • What’s Happening

    Editorial cartoon

    [...]

    Editorial cartoon

    [...]

    ‘Murder on the Oriental Rug’ has comic approach to mystery

    From the fishnet stockings to the “fantastic machine,” Kendall Area Arts and Culture Organization’s (KAACO)
 annual play promises to offer a rollicking night of entertainment.

  • Pittsburgh man took Elroy-Sparta bike trek in 1892

    July 29th, 2015
    by

    Wilton was just 2 years old when Albert Lenz made his historic ride through the town in 1892. You might want to give a thought to dear old Albert this weekend when Wilton celebrates its 125thyear.

    This content is for County Line Monthly and County Line Yearly members only.
    Log In Register

    Wilton deserves a happy quasquicentennial

    July 22nd, 2015
    by

    Quasquicentennial. Now that is a mouthful. I am embarrassed to report that was a word unfamiliar to me.

    This content is for County Line Monthly and County Line Yearly members only.
    Log In Register

    Valley could be glimpse of small towns’ fate

    July 16th, 2015
    by

    When I mentioned to someone that I was going to pick up a copy of the 1965 Valley Centennial book, the response was, “Hmm, it must be a brochure.”

    This content is for County Line Monthly and County Line Yearly members only.
    Log In Register

    Conservatives, liberals can agree on importance of open-records law

    July 8th, 2015
    by

    Wouldn’t you know it? The County Line takes a week off, and the Wisconsin Joint Finance Committee gets into major mischief.

    This content is for County Line Monthly and County Line Yearly members only.
    Log In Register

    Wisconsin lawmakers accept donations from white supremacists

    June 24th, 2015
    by

    Email, it appears, has the potential to make fools out of us all, even governors.

    This content is for County Line Monthly and County Line Yearly members only.
    Log In Register

  • Politicians demonstrate hypocrisy on Elroy-Sparta State Trail

    June 17th, 2015
    by

    Acting as chair of publicity for the Vernon County Dairy Breakfast was a unique experience.

    This content is for County Line Monthly and County Line Yearly members only.
    Log In Register

    USPS creates trouble for baby chicks

    May 28th, 2015
    by

    If you think life is hard, imagine being a baby chick left in the care of the United States Postal Service.

    This content is for County Line Monthly and County Line Yearly members only.
    Log In Register

    Onetime potato chip salesperson wants to make FoodShare recipients buy nutritious food

    May 20th, 2015
    by

    I t’s hard to imagine what state Rep. Dean Kaufert (R-Neenah) was thinking about when he introduced a bill in the legislature to require FoodShare recipients to use their taxpayer-funded benefits

    This content is for County Line Monthly and County Line Yearly members only.
    Log In Register

    The business of garbage is subject to political, economic trends

    May 6th, 2015
    by

    Sometimes doing the right thing is really a challenge. Take recycling, for example.

    This content is for County Line Monthly and County Line Yearly members only.
    Log In Register

    Royall reflects unintended consequences of Act 10

    April 29th, 2015
    by

    My, aren’t things different in a post-Act 10 world? When the governor and the legislature pushed through the law that stripped public employees of their collective bargaining rights, they were

    This content is for County Line Monthly and County Line Yearly members only.
    Log In Register