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Dear Editor: In large part Mike McCabe is absolutely right about the rural areas of Wisconsin — how they vote, and why.
Jam band O.A.R. and indie folk band Hey Marseilles are among recently announced acts coming to Madison.
Dear Editor: The knee-jerk reaction of Gov. Scott Walker, House Speaker Paul Ryan, and the Assembly Republicans to block the resettlement of Syrian refugees here is unworthy of Wisconsin.
Since Conscious Carnivore opened in 2013, parent company Black Earth Meats closed and sued the village where it started. Carnivore is looking to grow.
Dear Editor: As Republican presidential candidates posture to outdo one another in attacking the Syrian refugees, whose lives have already been shattered, one constant remains. Republican lawmakers in Washington refuse to allow suspected terrorists to be added to the federal…
A startup hub called @1403 is opening in the heart of UW-Madison's campus.
Next summer, parents, students, educators and community members can learn more about the efforts made to bring healthy food to school lunches.
Many of the groups may be phony, the Chronicle of Higher Education reports.
A subcommittee is asking for feedback on how the redistricting process will work in 2021.
State Debate: Journal Sentinel columnist says pausing on refugees is 'moral,' Eau Claire writer calls it 'callous'
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Republicans calling for discrimination based on religion are engaging in the sort of fearmongering that America’s founders sought to guard against.
Perhaps at the end of the month, a brighter side of humanity will emerge in Paris.
A group of faith leaders says Gov. Scott Walker is wrong to call for Syrian refugees to be kept out of Wisconsin and the United States.
Madison Gas & Electric didn't, as some had feared, thumb its nose at calls for the utility to work harder at reducing carbon emissions and do more to promote the generation of renewable energy.