With all that happened in 2020, some people have managed to take on new hobbies, learn new things and thrive thanks to newfound quarantine-based free time.
Letters to the Editor
My husband and I have known Dave Lonsdorf and his wife Marilyn for about thirty years. I taught both his children piano. We spent much time together in those years, and became family friends. I know Dave quite well, and he has my full respect and support.
The Wisconsin legislature is currently considering a bill that would give local governments the option to stop publishing a summary of their actions in your newspaper. Senate Bill 55 would allow local municipalities to post meeting minutes on their websites instead.
We must listen to both scientific evidence and teachers to inform decisions on returning to classrooms. As reported in the Washington Post recently, schools operating in person have seen low transmission of the coronavirus when precautions are in place.
I’m writing to applaud Sophie Petta for the enormous courage she displayed in her letter to The Verona Press (Mental health matters).
With our country (and world) in so much chaos right now, mental health can be easily overlooked. Whether your friend, sibling, parent, or even you struggle with a mental illness, when life gets crazy, we can overlook how much pain we or they are in until it becomes unbearable.
If you have not been to the new Verona Natatorium pools, adjacent to the new Verona High School it is a must see! The pools are beautiful and the staff is doing an outstanding job keeping it a safe and healthy environment for everyone.
After Vietnam, the USA embraced business as a way to escape the psychological focus of energy on war and anti-war. With the end of the Vietnam War young persons could focus their energies on having fun, not protesting or getting ready for combat — with its wounds and death.
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