Post Messenger Recorder -


Sorted by date  Results 1 - 25 of 428

Audit of Special Education Department at New Glarus School District Requested

Dear Editor, The Rabel family has asked for an audit of the special education department at the New Glarus School District. Many of you may feel this request is because of what happened to Nora, and... Full story


Residents Thankful for Beautiful Flowers

Dear Editor, Sending out a big thank you, on behalf of all the residents at the New Glarus Home, to Sunflower Hills Farm for sending us those beautiful flowers. Those big happy faces of all the... Full story


Belleville Blood Drive a Success

Dear Editor, A note of thanks to the people of Belleville and surrounding communities who answered the crisis call from the Red Cross to give blood and platelets at the Belleville... Full story


Klassy Impressed With Hard Work at Oktoberfest

Dear Editor, I had the opportunity to observe some of the behind-the-scenes activity at this year’s Oktoberfest and I thought I would share a few thoughts. I think everyone who works hard to put on... Full story


Thank You to Holly Lague

Dear Editor, The trustees of the New Glarus Library Board would like to extend a big thank you to outgoing Library Director, Holly Lague, for her service to the community. Lague was hired in February... Full story


Carlson Wants Democrats Voted Out

Dear Editor, The Biden Administration left $82.9 Billion worth of military equipment in Afghanistan. This equipment includes 208 aircraft and helicopters; 75,000 war vehicles and 600,000 weapons ... Full story


Frank Believes Marklein Prefers Staying in Power to Saving Lives

Dear Editor, Did you know, in at least one way, Senator Howard Marklein is further right, and considerably less forthright than Donald Trump? In common with Tucker Carlson, Marklein refuses to reveal... Full story


Klassy Piloting Drone Around Town

Dear Editor, Hi, I’m a commercial photographer from New Glarus and I will be experimenting with a remotely piloted vehicle (RPV), otherwise known as a drone. Over the next few weeks I will be... Full story


New Glarus Blood Drive on August 13th

Dear Editor, I simply want to remind our faithful Blood Donors to eat well for the next two weeks so that their very healthy blood lets them donate on August 13th. Our next Community Blood Drive is... Full story


Kuenzi Remembers Former Resident

Dear Editor, Dr. John D. Sarbacker passed away recently. This man was a treasure in NGHS sports and community. There are many locals that can give recollections of his prowess in team leadership and... Full story


Gerrymandering Affects State Infrastructure

Dear Editor, Gerrymandering affects our state infrastructure, which includes roads, drinking water, stormwater, bridges, power utilities, and broadband. Infrastructure doesn’t stop at political boun... Full story


Monticello Homecoming Motorcycle Ride Raised Money for Empty Stocking

Dear Editor, The Monticello Homecoming Motorcycle Ride organizers would like to thank everyone who participated in this year’s motorcycle event. Thanks to everyone’s generous donations, we were... Full story


Monticello's June Blood Drive Had Four First Time Donors

Hello All, The Red Cross Blood Drive, held on Friday, the 25th of June in Monticello, was a great success. Thanks to so many kind and generous people, our goal of 49 pints was met. The weather person... Full story


From Tears to Smiles

Dear Editor, My brother Butch passed away on June 11, 2021, at the VA Hospital. His visitation was on Wednesday, June 16, from 4-7. His memorial services was held on Thursday, June 17, at 1:30 - both... Full story


Kuenzi Urges Residents to Do Their Research

To all parents and residents of the School District of New Glarus: “What price will the children pay due to the involvement of the New Glarus School District with the Dane County Equity... Full story


Mellenberger Praises Transportation Service

Dear Editor, On Wednesday, while returning back from a routine doctor appointment at Middleton, our van decided downtown Verona was as good a place as any to have a flat tire. Throughout the entire... Full story


Citizen Addresses Thief

To the person(s) who have been stealing our Black Lives Matter yard signs: Hello! I wanted to formally introduce myself, since you seem to be venturing onto our private property at night while... Full story


Don't Worry About the Car in the Park

Dear Editor, Just a note to the person who is so worried about the white vehicle parked each morning for about 1 hour down by the park shelter house. Is that all you have to do? Maybe you should... Full story


Brandt Demands Congress Assumes Responsibility

Dear Editor, The flag is at half-staff. Again. Does it refer to those killed yesterday? Or last week, last month? And just how is one supposed to respond to the sight? Are we being called upon to... Full story


Carlson Feels Liberties Are Being Destroyed to Save Lives

Dear Editor, In response to the COVID-19 virus, government has placed many restrictions on the American people. Many of these restrictions infringe upon the American people’s God-given right to... Full story


Fowdy Supports Bucher for Judge

Dear Editor, Jane Bucher has handled more than 2,300 cases in local circuit courts. More than a number, those cases are about people: brothers, daughters, moms, dads, grandparents and families who... Full story


Frie Supports Bucher for Judge

Dear Editor, I wanted to write about why I’m supporting and voting for Jane Bucher for Green County Judge. I’ve known Jane for over 10 years. Jane is extremely giving of her time and passionate... Full story


Kloepping Supports Kerr for State Superintendent

Dear Editor, It is encouraging to have a good strong conservative candidate like Deb Kerr running for our State Superintendent. She has a proven track record working successfully as a teacher for 20+... Full story


Experience Matters

Dear Editor, I am supporting Jane Bucher for Circuit Judge. She has broad experience in civil, criminal and juvenile cases - the kinds of cases that come before the Circuit Court. Importantly, the... Full story


Sinnett Supports Miller for Village Board President in Monticello

Dear Editor, I was raised in Monticello. With the exception of a few years in Madison, I have spent my entire life in this small community. In all those years, I don’t recall seeing signs in... Full story


Page Down

Our Family of Publications Includes:

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2021

Rendered 10/19/2021 07:33