RURAL REFLECTIONS Fit to Fight
I just got done watching an installment on a television morning show. The title of the piece was Unfit to Fight. It told how a high percentage of America's population does not fit into the mil... Posted on 3/11/12 at 6:59 AM
FAR SIDE OF FIFTY Who me?
Now for a who me? Somehow I got roped into making the coleslaw for a fundraiser dinner for the All School Reunion. I distinctly recall being at a meeting..and said quote " If you are having coles... Posted on 11/20/09 at 4:39 AM
Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD) Secretary Reggie Newson is right when he says the state’s vocational rehabilitation partnership keeps farmers working and supports America’s Dairyland’s agricultural heritage.
Owning a home is a privilege which has diminished in a tight economy. Homeowners who’ve managed to buck this downward trend are targets for scammers. A common scam involves contractors some hire, while another addresses foreclosure rescues.
TO THE EDITOR: The oak trees on the courthouse lawn should not be cut down because our Courthouse yard should be open and stately like the famous yards of the White House and the various State Capitols.
The Hunger Prevention Council of Pierce County sends a huge appreciation to the mail carriers and residents of Pierce County for participating in the May 11 Letter Carriers’ National “Stamp Out Hunger” Food Drive
Sarah Johnson, Coordinator, Hunger Prevention Council of Pierce County, Inc., Ellsworth
, May 29, 2013
TO THE EDITOR: When I became aware the Pierce County Building Committee was spending a huge sum of taxpayers’ money to renovate the court house front lawn, whereby removing the two large 100-year-old oak trees, I decided to find out the facts at the next meeting.
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