On Clintonville mayor plans earthquake T-shirts
That is awesome!
On Stiffer penalties for drunken driving?
I still like my idea. 1st offense mandatory 7yrs, 2nd offense mandatory 14 yrs, 3rd 21 mandatory yrs. See where I am going with this. I bet we would see less drunk driving and ALOT less accidents. No early outs for good behavior and NO judge would have the discretion to say 'oh, you seem sorry for killing that family I am only going to give you 5 yrs instead'.
On Milton crossing guard goes extra mile for youth safety
I wave from my bus every morning at him. He always has a smile which makes me smile when I wave. It is great. I love that the gazette finally found a story worth doing. Keep up the good work Al.
On Delayed posts boost value of print edition
So the gazette holds true to it's name. 'Read yesterday's news tomorrow.' WAY TO GO!!!!
On Life under surveillance
I don't think what she did was right because the car she hit could easily have been my family or friends BUT it sounds like she has learned a lesson. I know of a good church to go to it is Our Savior Lutheran, it is on Kellogg Ave just before U-Rock. No one there judges anyone and they always tell people that you are only a visitor once, then you are family. Hope to see you there. For the people who can learn this is a good program for some it is not. I personally think that 1st offense drunk driving should be a felony, with a mandatory(no less than) 6months in jail.
On Woman killed in two-car crash
my prayers are with the families. It was a sad and unfortunate accident. The one thing both families are going to go through is the "what if?". Just remember as the "what if's?" sneak up, you can never move on. You can never move forward if you live in the past. To Debra's family, remember the good and let go of the bad. There is always something that we would all like to change but fate has a way of taking a hold of our lives when we least expect it.
On Janesville school buses to get seat belts
Answer me this? The larger buses normally hold 75 students(that is 3 to a seat) now with seatbelts the bus will hold approx. 1/2(that is still around 46 students on 1 bus) How will the bus driver enforce this. Parents think the saftey level will go up? How are we to watch the road and make sure the students are in their belts? Sorry but parents think it is easy to drive a 48+ length bus and watch X amount of children but HELLO we have to watch out for parents who are on their cell phones and not following the signs posted on the road. Did no one on the board ride along on a bus first to see exactly what goes on.
On Top 10 reasons to vote
FOR THE FUTURE OF OUR CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN!!!! My child did voting in school and my daughter talked about it for 2 hours after school tonight. We are not good role models if we don't. Don't know who to vote for close your eyes and point, anything will work just GO!
On Deputy rescues woman from car fire
it is always nice to have stories like this in the paper. Our Officers don't get enough praise for what they do. Some may think they just sit in there car and eat donuts(for some that may be true) but when we need them they are there. I feel this woman is meant to do something great with her life because the man up above put that officer there to save her life. I hope she learns her lesson and takes it to heart that she got a second chance.
On Man faces 11th OWI charge
localboy- you said it perfectly. But in Wisconsin it is more like you have to kill someone before the court will do something and then it depends on if it is a civilian or some type of government official.
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