One cannot knock the ingenuity of the American entrepreneur, particularly if there is a market for your produc…
Really? The Wausau School District wants the kids back?
Is the purpose of a county board to “right wrongs?” How is that measurable or even achievable?
Why did Governor Evers remove 2 Christmas trees from the Capitol if the building is closed to the public? What harm is there in continuing a tradition that began in 1916 in Wisconsin? Why wouldn’t the governor support something uplifting during the holidays, bringing much needed hope to Wisconsin citizens?
Gov. Evers wants you to avoid your relatives over the holidays. Here’s a better idea: Avoid the tyranny of Governor Evers and live your lives. He can continue to hide in the basement of the governor’s mansion.
Pressing questions that our local media isn’t asking: How many of the local hospitalizations are of Marathon County residents? How many of the patients in the local hospitals are actually covid patients? How many positive tests are asymptomatic? Are those who receive a test questioned about whether they have been wearing a mask?
A Waukesha County judge issued a temporary restraining order against Gov.
“DHS was using a flawed formula that has resulted in a wildly exaggerated positivity rate. It takes the number of new positive cases and divides it by the number of people getting tested for the first time.
Just as the current spike in positive COVID-19 tests has not resulted in a concurrent spike in deaths, it has not led to a dramatic rise in hospitalizations, indicating that the statutory requirement of a “large number of…long-term disabilities” has not been met and thus a new public health emergency cannot be lawfully declared. #sharethefacts #getinvolvedwi Continue Reading
The Ashland County Board is preparing to close down local Ashland businesses under the guise of government “knowing what’s better” for its citizens vs. individuals’ ability and sense to make decisions for themselves. The Marathon County Health & Human Services Committee, along with Health Officer Joan Theurer will be meeting this Wednesday, September 30 at 4pm in the Courthouse Assembly Room.