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Do think horses should be slaughtered for human consumption in the United States? m

  28%
Yes, it’s really no different than eating beef or pork

  60%
No, it’s taboo and should remain taboo

  12%
Not sure/undecided

Reader Poll
Poll Result

Do think horses should be slaughtered for human consumption in the United States? m

  28%
Yes, it’s really no different than eating beef or pork

  60%
No, it’s taboo and should remain taboo

  12%
Not sure/undecided


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October 18, 2017 

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Miehe Running with the Badgers
Miehe Running with the Badgers
Darlington alumnus Tyson Miehe runs during the 8,000-meter ninth-annual Ed Nuttycombe Wisconsin Invitational Friday in Madison. The Badgers finished 25th out of 35 teams. Miehe, a redshirt junior, finished in 215th place with a time of 25 minutes, 58 seconds in the 8K. (Photo for the Times: Duke Goetz)


Talks of City Hall remodel hits wall
Consideration of security and accessibility improvements to City Hall ended quickly after Monroe Common Council members evaluated the upcoming budget woes Tuesday.
Wednesday, October 18, 2017


Monroe Power Sports

Local man, 21, charged with abusing 8-year-old
New Glarus man faces felony child abuse for repeatedly "disciplining" a rural Monticello 8-year-old at the direction of the boy's mother.
Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Baker takes Honor Flight
Lois Baker knows she has had an eventful life. In 95 years, many would agree she's done more things than most will ever experience, and she added another last week after taking part in the Chicago Honor Flight. She was a member of the U.S. Army Women's Medical Specialist Corps, First Lieutenant, who served in World War II.
Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Popular intersection to change to 4-way stop
MONROE - After six months of a stop sign sitting at the bottom of the hill on 6th Avenue West, the Public Safety Committee decided Monday to keep the sign after Director of Public Works Al Gerber asked whether it should be a permanent fixture.
Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Monroe school board OKs '17-18 budget
MONROE - Taxpayers in the Monroe school district will see a 2 percent reduction in their school-related property taxes once the school board approves an adjusted 2017-18 budget next week, but declining enrollment has officials worried about a dwindling revenue limit base.
Tuesday, October 17, 2017

UWP awards two area alumni
PLATTEVILLE - Two area teachers who have impacted the lives of thousands of young people over decades of instruction recently received the Distinguished Alumni Award from their alma mater, University of Wisconsin-Platteville.
Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Guitarist Shaun Hopper to perform Saturday at MAC
Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Evidence to stay in child porn case
Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Group seeks to restore Decatur Lake
BRODHEAD - An effort to restore Decatur Lake has been gaining ground within the Brodhead community thanks to efforts by the Decatur Lake and Mill Race Association.
Monday, October 16, 2017

Brodhead writer debuts horror novel
ALBANY - You won't find a lot of blood and gore in Brodhead author Siara Schwartzlow's new book, "The House on Valley Street" - but that doesn't mean it won't send chills down your spine.


Monday, October 16, 2017

Jill Leuzinger: Channeling merriment through music
Jill Leuzinger compares her job as the music teacher at Parkside Elementary School in Monroe to being a grandparent. She said she doesn't feel the stress of testing, data or fluency - and instead, after 30 minutes of loving on children and spoiling them with an art form she loves, she simply sends them back to their "home" classroom.
Monday, October 16, 2017

2 arrested for 4th OWIs this weekend
Monday, October 16, 2017

30 years and counting
Thirty years ago in a dorm room, college art student Keith Ritschard started making screen prints on clothing. Today, his company, RBS Activewear, is celebrating its 30th year in business.
Saturday, October 14, 2017






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