In response to Butch Johnson’s letter, “Problems in Norwalk,” the first thing we need to do is get rid of the two people causing most of the problems.
On a snowy Sunday in February, I trudged through the winter delight to meet with one of Norwalk’s concerned taxpayers.
Karen Parker authored a fine piece in the Herald’s March 2 edition titled, “They got the sand mine, we got the shaft.”
Blind justice demands that law be interpreted with an open mind, without bias, and without prejudice.
Fair Maps is an advisory referendum asking for a change in the process used for voter redistricting,
It is decision time as we select our next Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice.
We need an adult back in the White House. Americans are fed up with having to watch people like infectious disease specialist Dr. Anthony Fauci tiptoe around our nasty-tempered president to get things done.
Recently Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers released his “Safer at Home Order” to the people of Wisconsin in an effort to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
Spring elections are often overlooked, but they are important.
I think the Village of Norwalk has a problem with relatives working for and serving on the board of the village.