Letters to the Editor

We continue to live in a critical time filled with both danger and opportunity. Ironically, just as the pandemic is separating us, the ruthless murder of George Floyd is galvanizing a broader civic unity. Right now, it matters more than ever who we elect. We must choose candidates who have d…

It has been a privilege getting to know and work with Dan Bahr over the years. He is committed to helping various causes in and around Fitchburg through his role as Secretary and active member of the Fitchburg Lions Club. He is a dedicated alder for District 2 and community volunteer, and I …

From the very beginning of Gov. Tony Evers’ term, he made his priorities clear by declaring 2019 the Year of Clean Drinking Water. During his State of the State address in January, he promoted investing millions of dollars to address water quality, from replacing lead service lines to addres…

It’s difficult to write about a friend and colleague who so suddenly and unexpectedly passed from our lives, but it’s important. I heard the news while on vacation last week, and checking my email, I found a message she sent just hours before her passing, just making sure I would be covering…

As one of the newest members of the UNG team, I wish I would have known Amber better; however, there were a few things about her I won’t forget.

Prior to this week, the last time I stopped by Unified Newspaper Group’s main office was a Tuesday afternoon this June.

Last year, our families and Edgewood College were excited to enter into a partnership on turning 40 acres on our land into athletic fields and a wetland preserve. This was an opportunity we explored with our Fitchburg alders and city leadership. It would have been a win-win-win for Edgewood …