Letter to the editor: Debate debacle

By Dani Sulik | Kendall Thursday’s presidential debate was painful to watch. It showcased two candidates who were well past their sell-by date. Unless the grim reaper pays a visit, it really is down to these two. Trump was a verbal volcano, spewing lies and dodging...

Your Right to Know: Redaction costs threaten police video access

The bill moved with lightning speed. It was introduced last December, passed the state Senate in January and the Assembly in February, and was signed into law by Gov. Tony Evers in March. 2023 Wisconsin Act 253 allows police and corrections officials to charge some requesters of video and audio recordings for the cost of redaction — that is, blurring out certain information. 

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Letter to the editor: By design, Wisconsin education system no longer envy of nation

Wisconsin’s public education system was once the envy of our nation. By design, this is no longer true! Wisconsin State Senator Chris Larson (District 7) serves on the Senate Education Committee, and what is written below comes from his written observations.

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Letter to the editor: Debate debacle

By Dani Sulik | Kendall Thursday’s presidential debate was painful to watch. It showcased two candidates who were well past their sell-by date. Unless the grim reaper pays a visit, it really is down to these two. Trump was a verbal volcano, spewing lies and dodging...

Your Right to Know: Redaction costs threaten police video access

The bill moved with lightning speed. It was introduced last December, passed the state Senate in January and the Assembly in February, and was signed into law by Gov. Tony Evers in March. 2023 Wisconsin Act 253 allows police and corrections officials to charge some requesters of video and audio recordings for the cost of redaction — that is, blurring out certain information. 

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Your Right to Know: Rights clash in records dispute

The Wisconsin Supreme Court will soon hear a case involving records related to the voting rights of mentally incompetent people. No matter which side wins, the public has in some ways already lost. That’s because while the case pits the public’s right to scrutinize voter eligibility against the rights of voters to protect their own private health information, elected officials have missed a chance to solve the underlying problem.

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Trail Celebration 2024: Trail communities come together

The Friends of the Elroy-Sparta State Trail would like to thank the communities and local businesses who supported their efforts and donated snacks and beverages and raffle prizes for the bikers and hikers coming through during the Trail Celebration on Saturday, May 4.

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