Can you imagine how infuriating it is to almost finish brunch links and then have the browser shut down, inexplicably? Well because I'm so dedicated I am doing the whole thing over again.
So, first day of school for 40,000 UW students. Congrats on staying away from the real world.
Kyle Nabilcy offers us some fringe food from Las Cazuelas.
We may be playing Iowa less, but eating more food from Iowa, as UW changes food vendor in favor of Hawkeye company.
Badger Herald discusses the various positions of possible mayoral candidates, including Stu Levitan, Noel Radomski and Ken Golden.
Wisconsin gets a $180 million chunk of the teacher's bailout. Peter Rickmann is happy.
Apparently Sconnies pay close attention to education policy.
Glad to see the Badger Herald giving some perspective on important campus history, however, the title of this feature on the Sterling Hall bombing made me cringe: "UW's radical liberal movement and the August morning it died."
National Tea Party news: Sen. Lisa Murkowski loses to a Sarah Palin-backed candidate. New York Times chronicles the feud behind the loss.
Sean Duffy's first TV ad.
Ron Kind echoes the calls made by his party to investigate Republican opponent Dan Kapanke for taking money from a non-profit.
40 to 50 homeless slight downtown every night, estimates MPD, which is grappling with the issue.
Brenda Konkel wants people to volunteer to "be the media."
Great headline: "GOP blasts Pelosi fundraiser that never happened."
Do you know what the Mifflin Meteorite is?
On the campaign trail with Scott Walker.
No more smoking, anywhere, on UW-Stout campus.
We want Madison to attract young professionals? Do no as Marathon County does.