Dec 6th, 2010 by Patti Wenzel
Jim Doyle said nothing was going on in the contracts, but the devil is in the details.
The View from HereDec 6th, 2010 by Julie Sneider
Even an industry that relies on the predictability of people getting old and sick couldn’t escape the recession’s impact on hiring.
Dec 2nd, 2010 by Patti Wenzel
Before he passes the torch to Scott Walker, Jim Doyle reflects on his tenure as governor and offers a few words of advice to his successor.
Nov 21st, 2010 by Patti Wenzel
County supervisors restore most of Walker’s vetoes, spending taxpayer money on luxuries we can't afford. Looks like the board may need some adult supervision.
Design thinkingNov 11th, 2010 by Tom Strini
The arts, repositioned from pricey civic ornament to key business asset.
Nov 10th, 2010 by Patti Wenzel
As the county board proposes a 2.4% tax increase, one supervisor asks to close the pools and park the buses to stem the impending crisis.
The View From HereOct 26th, 2010 by Julie Sneider
How do you measure the economic benefits of academic research? When the NIH invests $20 million, are the benefits enough to justify spending public resources?
View from HereSep 27th, 2010 by Julie Sneider
Any American who has faced serious illness should fear the GOP's “Pledge to America” -- it does not look out for you.
View from HereSep 20th, 2010 by Julie Sneider
When businesses involve women in large numbers, quality has been shown to improve. But there is still a long way to go before the glass ceiling is shattered.
View from the Waiting RoomSep 13th, 2010 by Julie Sneider
About one in four Wisconsin senior citizens have only their Social Security income to live on – far short of what they need to support themselves.
Sep 7th, 2010 by Patti Wenzel
Obama wants to invest this latest chunk of change into infrastructure to provide instant jobs and create long-term growth. But don't call it a stimulus.
Primary CoverageAug 26th, 2010 by Patti Wenzel
Paul Morel challenges incumbent Gwen Moore, while Republicans decide between free-market conservative Dan Sebring and one-issue candidate Ken Lipinski.