Why does Trump act unchristian?
On a day when the CDC estimated that 20 million Americans already have been infected with the coronavirus, Jefferson County topped 200 positive cases since the beginning of the pandemic.
For two weeks each summer, law enforcement officers across Wisconsin make a concerted effort to ensure that motorists and their passengers are wearing their seatbelts.
Few can argue that the coronavirus pandemic has created unforeseen challenges for farmers. It’s one of the reasons why Gov. Tony Evers announced the Wisconsin Farm Support Program, a $50 million fund designed to provide direct payments to farmers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
WHITEWATER — Students from six area school districts joined others from across southern Wisconsin to be published in the 2020 Southern Lakes Anthology.
It was nine years ago that Wisconsin teachers braved cold and snow outside the state Capitol to protest Act 10, the law prohibiting most public employees from collectively bargaining on issues other than base wages. No doubt readers recall that tumultuous time, if not only for some of the rh…
William Dempster Hoard founded the Jefferson County Union in Lake Mills on March 17, 1870. With it, he started a campaign to convert Wisconsin agriculture from soil-depleting wheat growing to soil-building alfalfa and dairying. Many held his campaign up to ridicule and scorn, but history was…
As often happens in troubling times, the coronavirus has brought out the best in Jefferson County residents and businesses, and we’d like to give a few “shout outs” to them today.