Dear Editor: I was disappointed that the Dane County Board decided to take up and then quietly bury a resolution condemning Israeli war crimes…
Dear Editor: The For the People Act of 2021 is a substantial and bold electoral reform bill which would strengthen our democracy. It was passe…
The Erie County Health Department announced last week that the county will now offer rapid testing by appointment to any students up through high school, as well as school staff.
It could. Reparations could come in the form of special social programs or land resources. It could mean a mix of cash and programs targeted to help Black Americans.
In this era of modern technology and connectivity, the rigid commitment to funding systems and buildings rather than students is increasingly antiquated.
“The pandemic has created unprecedented public health and economic challenges, and we need every level of government to take action,” Rhodes-Conway said.
Remote-volunteer for local organizations serving older adults. Many of these agencies, stretched thin, may prefer financial support. Many provide meals for seniors, and most of those are providing home delivery during the COVID-19 crisis. Consider helping out by purchasing pre-paid gas cards to support the drivers.
Funded by readers of the Cap Times, The Kids Fund distributes money to agencies that address the challenges faced by children in Dane County.
Dear Editor: After reading the results of the latest Marquette Poll about voters knowing little about the various candidates from either party…
A fire at the end of February caused significant damage to the building at 2004 Atwood Avenue.
Gundersen Health System CEO Scott Rathgaber finds comfort in the fact that Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed budget addresses workforce shortages that bedevil health care and other industries, but he makes it clear that he doesn’t want to hog the pot.
That's the opposite of what UW officials claimed when they filed a lawsuit earlier this month against a former administrator and chancellor at UW-Oshkosh.