An open records lawsuit filed by the Center for Media and Democracy helped ensure Wisconsin’s open records law applies to all requests, big or small.
mMunicipalities and counties in Wisconsin have increasingly turned to fees for services — also known as charges to residents — to support their operations.
We all live our life by following the path, and doing the best we possibly can. Most important, we have to learn to love, to give, to share and to care for one another. After all, isn’t that what living is about?
Finally, when it seems like we may catch a break with some warm weather to tackle all those long-delayed outside projects, we are nailed by gnats.
Three additional suits against the controversial lame-duck laws remain even after the recent state Supreme Court ruling affirming the extraordinary session.
As Wisconsin’s main state land conservation program marks its 30th anniversary this year, it spent the lowest amount ever on land purchases last year.
Breaking down the population of Earth into a simple, statistical view offers perspective on what we have and the things we should be grateful for in life.
Spring is the season of birth on the farm and in nature. Our farm is home to many deer; late May or early June is when does give birth.
Republican legislators in Wisconsin racked up $1.5 million in legal bills over the first five months of the year as they relied on outside counsel to represent them in lawsuits.
Gov. Tony Evers’ 2019-21 proposal shows his state budget priorities include spending on public schools, prisons, and the University of Wisconsin System.