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Residents join forces to find solutions to serious youth issues

A group of parents, teachers, school administrators, professionals and other area residents have formed a group searching for solutions to problems of youth suicide in our communities.

Commission will address discipline issue in the future

Walworth County Commissioners Thursday, Sept. 22, heard a determination on the complaint filed with the open meeting commission on behalf of director of equalization Deb Kahl.

Darrel Smith: Christianity is excluded, alternatives flourish

What is happening in America is amazing. Few nations allow the majority world view/religion to be excluded from government and schools while a minority world view/religion benefits by flourishing in both places? This exclusion doesn’t have a constitutional or historical basis and could only happen in America because our elites favored this transformation.

KATIE ZERR: Debate transformed into uneven match

Monday night’s debate lived up to the hype. It was interesting, to say the least, and cemented the opinion of this writer about the Republican nominee. Still holding out hope that there was some switch in Donald Trump that would turn on common sense and turn off the brash braggart, the first debate was Trump’s last to turn it around.

JAY DAVIS: Sorry, if I’m a bit out of sorts

The business of high school sports kind of shorted me out when it comes to space for talking a little sports with you all this week. But there is just enough room to warn you that I might seem a little out of sorts in the coming weeks.

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