Northside kindergartners Dawson Dickson and Joshua Kroll, dressed as clowns, tell the audience jokes between acts during "The Greatest Little Show on Earth" at the Monroe High School Performing Arts Center April 12.
Bernie Roidt of Monroe, a volunteer from the Monroe Bible Church pours grain into a container during a meal-packing event at Monroe Middle School April 21 to send food to children in Haiti. The Monroe Bible Church and Juda Zion United Methodist Church together raised almost $8,500 for the meals, which included grain, rice, soy and vitamin packets. (Times photo: Marissa Weiher)
Thanks to collaboration by Monroe Bible Church and Juda Zion United Methodist Church, fewer children in Haiti will be going to sleep hungry. Wednesday, April 25, 2018
Wisconsin Senator Howard Marklein of District 17 has officially announced he intends to run for re-election on the November ballot, more than a week after he began circulating nomination papers. Wednesday, April 25, 2018
State Sen. Leah Vukmir, R-Wauwatosa, has a history of not backing down amid controversy.
Decades ago she questioned her child's teacher about the research behind certain reading strategies. She stood by Gov. Scott Walker when protestors flooded the Capitol in Madison before the state approved Act 10 in 2011, dramatically restricting collective bargaining for most public employees. Tuesday, April 24, 2018