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Veronica Wallace-k February 7, 2013 at 09:50 pm
The picture reminded me that I met Ms. Seeley and her family at the very rainy Memorial Day ProgramRead More & Picnic that is pictured. It was the only time I had attended the event and her daughter told me it was the only time that it had rained in the 30 years that they had been doing it. I was very impressed at how everyone just carried on with their duties, even thought it was pouring. From the pianist, singer, drum & bugle corp, the speakers, to the ladies serving the food, everyone just carried on in the down pour. I interpreted this as an expression of how much everyone concerned loved Ms. Seeley and wanted her event to be a sucess, dispite the rain. And, I remember that barbacue sandwich as the best I'd ever had.
Denese Simons February 12, 2013 at 01:45 pm
Veronica Thank you for sharing such a wonderful experience that you had. Dorothy was my grandmother.Read More She left behind a legacy and her presence will be missed terribly. She truly was a diamond in the rough. She cared so much for people and never expected anything in return. If she had it, she gave it without hesitation. The world is a colder place without people like my grandma. So many of us can learn from her actions and passion. Again, thank you for your comments. My best- Denese Simons (daughter of Roberta Kraus, Dorothy's daughter)
Joseph Wnukowski November 2, 2012 at 07:21 am
I will always remember Nina as a kind and caring person who always made your heart feel warm whenRead More you were around her. . I was only an inlaw but she always made me feel like part of the family. Whether it be in her home or at the family picnic, wherever it may have been she always had a smile that brought warmth to your heart and a smile to your face.she will be missed..... Joe Wnukowski
Scot Bartels September 16, 2012 at 08:10 pm
People who want to be in a union can still be in a union. Limiting what can be collectivelyRead More bargainged for by those unions does not violate any rights. There are other states that do not allow any CB or unionization so clearly the US Constitution does not apply. To suggest that the freedom of speech or association is somehow infringed by what Walker did demonstrates a lack of understanding of what The US Constitution says. IF The US Constittuion says public workers have a "right" to unionize and collectively bargain for 'this', 'that' or 'whatever' why do federal workers not have the same rights?
morninmist September 16, 2012 at 10:23 pm
This analysis has lots of details and case studies in law to support the judges null and voidRead More decision: Emily Mills ‏@millbot Important read: "The Constitutional Challenge to Act 10 is Serious" http://law.marquette.edu/facultyblog/2012/09/16/the-constitutional-challenge-to-act-10-is-serious/#more-18496 #wiunion
GearHead September 17, 2012 at 02:00 pm
@Frances: this is settled law. The plaintiffs argument is nutty, and the judge's action is anRead More overreach. But will he incur the wrath he deserves from his specious decision? Time will tell. Another hero was just made in some circles in Madistan.
Nuitari (Grand Master Editor) September 13, 2012 at 03:40 pm
Conservative users love uploading images on this wonderful site. So much better than the editor's.Read More :)
Steve ® September 13, 2012 at 03:42 pm
You, as a user, can upload pictures to any article you want.
Tom September 14, 2012 at 01:28 pm
2012 Election will be one to remember! Yikes!
David Cotey February 15, 2012 at 01:06 pm
Forgot to mention that Mayor Havey was instrumental in bringing cable TV to the city!
David Pettersen February 15, 2012 at 10:01 pm
Wow! What an accomplishment! A shame that he has passed away!
robert heule February 16, 2012 at 02:29 am
We all mourn his passing. In addition to his bringing cable TV to Greenfield, the Mayor started theRead More crusade to bring a library to Greenfield. It wasn't large enough, but that is because of redneck Aldermen that he had to deal with at the time. His arch rival, Alderman Don Almquist spearheaded the successful effort to build the new library. These men were the Alpha and Omega of the successful drive to bring a great Library to Greenfield. As far as Cable TV is concerned, contact Waukesha County Circuit Judge Michael Bohren and ask him how Mayor Havey brought Cable TV to Greenfield.
Jeannette Lucero Alvarado December 30, 2011 at 02:17 pm
And who is the top 10 Bloggers????????? Inquiring minds want to know!
David Cotey December 30, 2011 at 02:23 pm
Interesting question, Jeannette. Should I rank bloggers on number of page views or number of blogRead More posts. :)
Mark Hochschild December 31, 2011 at 07:49 pm
Biggest story in Greenfield this past year is the loss of many, many dedicated and experiencedRead More police officers, firefighters, and city employees due to retirement. The total years of experience of these people probably totals in the hundreds somewhere and their experience will be missed on the streets of Greenfield. Good luck to them all from a former co-worker.
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