Politics can be a hard issue to discuss, and there are so many viewpoints, but the decisions the presidents and their teams make can have immediate, horrifying consequences.
When book club meetings get spaced out for summer, there’s time for asking your librarian to find a mystery series you haven’t sampled. The result in this case is the “Inspector Gamache” series by Louise Penny.
Since becoming president, Donald Trump’s behavior has been that of a poor-little-rich-kid spoiled brat.
One great thing about Wisconsin’s open records law is that it’s not supposed to matter who wants records or why.
Though obviously I can’t speak for the County Line, I believe there is room for an additional regular columnist in the paper if someone is interested.
It looks like the National Rifle Association’s leadership and advocates are getting more limber in their responses to school massacres — there’s certainly been enough practice.
Human trafficking is one the more important issues in the forefront of the minds of law enforcement agencies around the country.
In “Driftless,” July Montgomery arrived, randomly, in Words, Wis., and proceeded to build a life. Thirty years before, author David Rhodes had introduced the Montgomery family and July in the book, “Rock Island Line.” The book details July’s life prior to appearing in “Driftless.”