Caledonia Should Decide Its Course, Not The Elite

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THEY SAID “YES” On April 7th, Caledonia voters approved a referendum question, “Should Caledonia pursue the creation of an independent school district?” It was the culmination of over 10 years of work by residents going back to 2002. The village board … Continued

Governor Walker Has One Last Chance, According to BIA and Menominee Tribe

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The Menominee Tribe of northern Wisconsin has appealed one last time to Governor Walker, regarding his decision to deny the Hard Rock entertainment and casino development in Kenosha, Wisconsin. It would have been constructed on the site of a previous gambling facility … Continued

Did RUSD Board Form A “Shadow” Committee?

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IF AT FIRST YOU DON’T SUCCEED… A few years after the last failed referendum of $85 million, the Racine Unified Board of Education decided to pursue their latest referendum drive – this time for $128 million. Their last three attempts have … Continued

Superintendent Haws Hits the “Reply” Button… to the Wrong Parent

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POLITICKING ON SCHOOL GROUNDS On October 22nd, a parent/teacher meeting at Starbuck School for an engineering program hosted Michael Frontier, a school board member to discuss the pending referendum vote with parents and students. His appearance was accompanied by the distribution of two-sided flyers … Continued

Racine Journal Times Shames Itself, Insults Readers

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For the second time in a week, the Journal Times of Racine, WI has shamed itself through bad journalism and insulted its readers by arrogantly wagging its finger at us about a single fact we’ve used among many, while refusing to print … Continued

The Time Has Come (Again) For Caledonia

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WE’VE BEEN TOLD NO BEFORE In 1842 the Town of Caledonia was established after it had grown beyond a few farms to an actual community. Governor Doty of the Wisconsin Territory signed into law the creation of what would one … Continued

Last Minute Desperation By A Bad Candidate

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  24 hours from now, the seminal moment of the Wisconsin primary season will culminate in thousands of voters streaming to the polls and selecting their nominees for each party in the November general election. Here in the 21st Wisconsin Senate district, … Continued