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Modern leaders need booster shot of civility

 

Modern leaders 

need booster 

shot of civility

Hostility in American government is nothing new. Just look at Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr.

Cody's Movie Minute

Jumanji: The Next Level Review

 

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle was a surprise hit with audiences back in 2017, but does the sequel live up to the fun and enjoyment of the first?

Your Right to Know

As founder of We the Irrelevant, a website that tracks how well (or poorly) the actions of legislators match up with what the public has asked them to do, I have sent multiple open records requests to Wisconsin legislators on a variety of controversial initiatives. Each time, I’ve asked them for related citizen correspondence. 

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International Mystery

Letters to the editor

Dear editor,

Letter to the editor

Editor:

 

My heartfelt thanks to all who made the Help Excite Little People (H.E.L.P.) project a success.  The many donations of new and good used toys, and items for teens, were greatly appreciated.

Our special thanks to:

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The wild children

 

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Pioneers in 

changing worlds

 

Sometimes I enjoy contrasting and comparing two books I’m reading around the same time, especially when I plan to feature both in this column.

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Yesterday evening, my daughter was video chatting with my mother when I called from my hiding place that it was time for bed. 

“Oh, Matthew!” my mom said. “There you are. I didn’t see you there, behind the couch.”

“Hi, Mom,” I said. “Hadley, go brush your teeth and hop into bed, okay?”

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Our Faithful Companions

Many of us have seen ads for lost pets.  Some are short and simple while others go into great detail.    You may see rewards offered or compelling phrases such as “heartbroken child” or “needs medicine”, to convey the sense of loss and the hope of being reunited with the lost animal.

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