Like a 60 degree day in March, President Biden’s leadership on Covid-19 is a welcome sign of renewal.
As a River Valley resident since 2003, I have always admired our community for striving to support the common good. Here, actions match values. Whether it’s the community coming together at 4PeteSake, confronting racism when we find it, supporting the arts, or sustaining The River Valley School Fair, we strive to live our values. Most communities do not have the courage or conviction to make these same choices.
I am so pleased that folks are thinking of ice rinks in Spring Green….and sledding spots, x/c ski trails and maybe some snowshoeing areas. These silent and lifetime sports are so important to young ones, families and people of all ages and should be supported by local governments with some help from local groups and interested parties.
State Senator Howard Marklein is the co-chair of Wisconsin’s budget committee. Before he was elected to the legislature, he spent his professional career as a certified public accountant. I am glad that we have a CPA watching over the state’s checkbook.
As an owner and Master Cheesemaker at Klondike Cheese Company in Monroe, I am thankful to see State Senator Howard Marklein re-introducing his Truth in Food Labeling legislation to promote dairy product protections in our state.
By now I’m sure it’s apparent to you and your readers that the majority of Wisconsin republican voters, half of the Wisconsin supreme court judges and I disagree with the Wisconsin Election Commission regarding how the November election was run.
Letter to the Editor: Wisconsin voter fraud
Dear Editor, after reading your January 20 issue I once again feel the need to respond! It seems that all of media always covers only the stories that seem to lean in favor of democrat viewpoints, even though the majority of states are populated by republicans except for the big cities. It’s also the big democrat controlled big cities where known election fraud has gone on for decades.
Thank you for publishing the wonderful article regarding Richland Hospital and the work they are doing in the community to make COVID vaccines available. Disseminating this information to the community is vital. Not everyone has access or uses the internet, particularly those who are most vulnerable.
The Music Boosters Committee would like to thank everyone who participated and helped with the Culver’s gift card fundraiser in December 2020. We would especially like to thank Robin Fortier, the owner of Culver’s in Spring Green, for generously donating 15% of the gift card money to the Music Boosters. The fundraiser was a huge success with the money raised going to the River Valley High School Choir and Band members for scholarships, music related trips, camps, seminars among other music activities for the students.
In response to a column published in last week’s Valley Sentinel speculating about Santa’s Christmas Eve stops at breweries in Wisconsin, Lake Louie Brewing submitted the following letter to the editor.