by Steve Murray
I’d like to express my thanks to the many of you who have contacted me regarding my health and my employment with the township.
by Paulette Karper
I would like to voice my concerns as to what’s going on with the pulling out of trees and brush along our creeks.
by Peg Hedrick
Sunday was a nice day. My oldest daughter took me to a very distinctive bar in Ontario.
by Kyle Geissler
When so much about politics is partisan, one might expect a topic like police body cameras to be contentious, particularly as it relates to public access to recordings.
by Lorrie Bever
St. Paul’s Food Pantry continues to serve many needy families in the Wilton area. Over the last two years, we have had more than 60 different families visit the pantry, and about 30 of these families use it regularly.
by Lee Van Landuyt
“A Nation of Sheep,” authored by William Lederer, was published in 1961. Its purpose was to shed light on and discuss the effects of the apathy and ignorance of the American people at that time.
by Dave Wester
“It’s my party and I’ll cry if I want to” are words from a pop song of the 1960s. It may become the Republican theme song.
by Ron Lee
I never thought people of Wisconsin would even have thought about electing a party that called itself socialist Democrats.
by Brad Steinmetz
I just finished reading your Backtalk column on Ontario’s historic community hall. Wow, did the memories ever come flooding back (bad term under the circumstances?).
by Dave Rynes
There should be no surprise I have returned to the Village of Ontario as your Peace Officer after a decade and a few years of absence.