There have been so many reports in the news about meth busts — people using meth, people manufacturing meth and people selling meth to private informants. Our local law enforcement does a good job with investigating and prosecuting these people. From there, these meth users and sellers go before the judge.
When I first discovered Pioneer Park over a year ago, I found a jewel. At first I thought it was to be a holding area for the reclamation of Corbett Lake, but it has become more than that. It is a place that nourishes and refreshes the soul.
As co-owner of the building at 108 W 2nd Street in Ladysmith, I was appalled at last week’s announcement in the newspaper that linked Main Street with the opening of a new business in our building. Main Street occupied the building rent free (they paid for utilities) for the past two years. Main Street did not negotiate with the new business.
This is the address given by Rusk County Historical Society President John Terrill, who is also the former editor of the Ladysmith News, at the World War II veteran tribute Saturday at the Rusk County Jr. Fair.
Why is it whenever there is another shooting everyone screams for gun control and we never hear anyone speak of the true problem of mental illness?
I wish to commend all the young people for a fair well done. The exhibits in the youth building, well groomed animals and displays in the barns were colorful and informative.
The tab for Wisconsin’s rejection of federal Medicaid money as part of the Obamacare program has soared to over $560 million, according to the latest fiscal report.
Republicans seem ready to consolidate their control of state government in Wisconsin with both legislative and judicial moves.