The decision from U.S. District Judge William Conley siding with the group, One Wisconsin Now, serves to illustrate the American legal community's emerging views on social media's role in democracy and to what extent political speech is protected there.
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The decision, written by District Judge William Conley, is the second win for One Wisconsin Now, a Madison-based liberal advocacy group, this week.
WALWORTH — Big Foot High School is now in the process of determining what it would take and how much it would cost to modernize its aging athl…
The past couple weeks at the State Capitol have been eventful. Gov. Scott Walker introduced his 2015-17 state budget recommendations to the le…
WALWORTH — The Big Foot Chiefs volleyball team has a sterling 2-0 record and is tied for first in Rock Valley conference play so far this season.
WALWORTH — Ed Snyder IV was still in high school when the Walworth Village Board began talking about building a new library.
FONTANA — “We lost some of the children’s book collection (and) some of our larger books,” Fontana Library Director Nancy Krei said.
Here’s what I think a Community and Commentary section — the one you’re holding in your hand — should be and the direction it’s growing:
“Chris, take off your hat!”