As Wisconsin farmers prepare to start another spring of fieldwork, the latest census data are raising a troubling question about the future of agriculture in America’s Dairyland: Will Wisconsin run out of farmers?
Local control continues to be one of the key reasons that technical colleges in Wisconsin have been nimble and entrepreneurial when it comes to responding to the changing needs of business and the work force.
Those not directly affected by frack sand mines popping up in west-central Wisconsin like so many mushrooms are conflicted about whether their abundance is good, bad or neutral for our economy and environment.
When President Obama urged in his State of the Union address that broadband Internet service be made available to all Americans, it was the 21st-century equivalent of calling for a chicken in every pot.
Illegal drug use is a serious problem in our country. The impact on families and communities can be devastating. From dealers to addicts, the societal costs are staggering.
The following editorial was published in Wednesday’s Wisconsin State Journal:Yes indeed, let’s “get things done” in Wisconsin, as Gov. Scott Walker suggested Monday in his inaugural address.
The governors of Wisconsin and Minnesota each presented their versions of new year’s resolutions in various media interviews last week. The comparison paints a stark contrast of where the states are headed in 2015.