Citizens expect results, not partisan stalemate, from Madison.
Several priorities should be high on the list for incoming city manager.
Housing is one key element in striving to grow Beloit’s population.
If government agencies ban TikTok, should it be in your kid’s hand?
A modest suggestion: Governor and legislative leaders should schedule regular discussions.
Managing the money, the most fundamental duty, is a bipartisan failure.
More money, without big changes first, is a hard sell for Beloit schools.
Flat tax proposal has fetching properties, but also has drawbacks.
Taxpayers should not cover costs to access abortion procedures.
Growing surplus provides an opportunity to rebate dollars in Wisconsin.
As experienced first responders and teachers leave their professions in growing numbers, we must ask why? Is it to gain better pay? Is it to l…
Another great improvement in the plans for downtown Beloit.
Wisconsin set a good example for other states of accepting defeat.
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Inefficient counting processes provide fodder for the lunatic fringe.
It’s wishful thinking to believe the community is ready to raise school taxes.
Stark policy differences separate candidates for congressional seat.
With incumbent not running, two newcomers offer voters a choice.
Two longtime law enforcement officers will compete for the position.
Take a hard look inside the organizations for new leadership.
Refusing to recognize election outcomes and authority is flatly wrong.
Be a patriot. Prepare yourself and make informed decisions during November’s elections.
The message is both clear and overdue: Inaction is not an option.
Senator is right, and polls show Wisconsin politicians are out of step.
BDN headline: “Loudenbeck: this isn’t a power grab.” Yes, this indeed is a power grab to control the administration of Wisconsin elections by …
Illinois experiment is risky, but Wisconsin is also struggling.
Virtual learning turned out to be a failure for students, community.
With citizens roiled in controversy, vague political answers won’t do.
Beloit schools’ discussion can be used to provide purpose for performance.
State-by-state approach to fossil fuel policies seems like a roadmap to chaos.
Tinkering with admissions policies is fine, but it doesn’t address serious concerns.
So-called Gableman investigation deserved to die for cause, not for politics.
Investment in transportation infrastructure also supports development opportunities.
Doing nothing is the worst option for fixing problems with Social Security and Medicare.
Lori Curtis Luther's tenure as city manager of Beloit has more positives than negatives.
Real election reform could empower people by limiting radicals’ influence.
Using cost strategies to limit citizen access to records is bad governance.