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A love letter to modest Wisconsin

If you have had an over-dose of distressing news and melodramatic, tit-for-tat politics, Steve Hannah has a remedy: his new book “Dairylandia” that is his “little love letter to Wisconsin.” Hannah wrote his book dedicated to something he calls “Wisconsinism’ after a diverse and distinguished newspaper career here, including managing editor of the Milwaukee Journal, roving ...

Fast-growing Bozeman raises bar for planning

BOZEMAN, MT – This boomtown that sits prettily in the Gallatin Valley surrounded by six mountain ranges is finishing its sixth update of its comprehensive community plan since it started serious planning in 1958. Bozeman was about the size of West Bend back in 1990, but the Montana city has grown at more than 4% per ...

Some outsiders who could re-think UW System

If historical patterns hold up, it’s 90% certain that the University of Wisconsin Regents will take the safe and predictable route of hiring from the inside for the next president of the 13-college system. That’s been the case for the selection of the recent presidents. The last two, Kevin Reilly and Ray Cross, moved up from ...

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