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Editor’s note: In recognition of the passing of Herbert V. Kohler Jr. on Sept. 3, 2022, The Review is republishing the following excerpt of our story from 50 years ago – July 20, 1972 – shortly after he was named Chairman and CEO of Kohler Company at age 33.
Among the many highlights of living in Town Rhine used to be the opportunities to visit the town hall and cast our votes.
At 10:30 a.m. Friday, August 5 there was a new twist, however, which disturbed and confused us.
The Wisconsin State Supreme Court issued a ruling earlier this month that open government advocates say deals “a body blow to the state’s traditions of open government” and encourages public agencies to work in greater secrecy.
Congresswoman Liz Cheney (R-Wyoming) is a member of the Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol. The following is an excerpt from her June 29 speech […]
Years after they were slated to close, the state’s youth prisons continue to struggle.
The latest Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake monitor report shows the youth prisons are struggling with a growing population, a lack of staff and increased confinement for youth
Isn’t there a way to make it harder to access guns in this country? The answer, of course, is yes.
This is the 4th in a series looking at Sheboygan County Government to answer the question: What do we get for our county’s tax dollars?
The people of Ukraine are suffering a brutal, unprovoked invasion and bombing of their country. This is occurring because of the power-mad desires for empire of one man:
Russian President Vladimir Putin.
EVER WONDER WHERE YOUR TAX DOLLARS GO?
This is my third article in a series trying to answer this question. Today we will look at the Veterans Service Office and the Veterans Service Commission.