Bill would block scrutiny of lottery winners By Dee J. Hall When University of Wisconsin-Madison student journalist Peter Coutu investigated frequent lottery winners in Wisconsin in 2018, he uncovered a pattern:
In the May 30 County Line, there was no mention or pictures of Wilton’s Memorial Day ceremonies.
President Donald Trump must have had a hard time at the D-Day celebrations in France on June 6.
In his May 17, 2019, e-Update, Budget Bulletin I, state Sen. Howard Marklein (17th Senate District) addressed the Republicans’ removal of the Medicaid expansion from the budget.
The small, rural towns of the Coulee Region are about eight to 10 miles apart. Today 10 miles can spell isolation to elderly, farmers, farmhands and their children.
I sure hope the voters have been paying attention to what the Republicans have done. Check the last eight years in Wisconsin!
After reading the article, “Norwalk rejects a range of expenditures,” I was left with a few questions. Madonna Johnson, why do you think an officer of the law, whose job it is to serve and protect, even you, should have to pay for a vest that would save his life, God forbid?
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.
I would like to voice my concerns as to what’s going on with the pulling out of trees and brush along our creeks.