In this November 15th edition we review the City’s budget deliberations and the Fire Chief’s call for a ninth ambulance, a student protest in support of DACA, Governor Tony Evers’ order to promote diversity in state government, and confusion surrounding a Lafayette County resolution some say amounts to a gag order.
This past Monday, numerous media outlets, including WORT, reported that the Lafayette County Land Conservation Committee would not vote on a resolution that sought to prosecute journalists and discipline county officials for how they handle information relating to a water quality study in southwest Wisconsin. However, that resolution remained on the agenda and was taken […]
In Southwestern Wisconsin, about half of the residents in Grant, Iowa, and Lafayette Counties get their drinking water from private wells rather than municipal systems, but a recent study is calling the quality of that water into question. The Southwest Wisconsin Groundwater and Geology (SWIGG) study was funded to research the quality of the drinking […]