Monthly Archives: August 2014

Advancing Coporate Personhood


By Dennis Riley By now I presume that you are aware that at the end of its 2013-14 term, the U.S. Supreme Court struck another blow for corporate personhood. Now corporations are not only protected from government interference in their right to speak freely, but in their right to worship freely. Can protection from cruel and unusual punishment – you ... Read More »

Chiropractic helps you win the race


By Dr. Steve Hansen   Summer is in full swing and most of us are taking advantage of the weather and doing more activities outside. Whether you are running, cycling, walking, or biking, its important to understand the importance of keeping your spine in alignment for enjoyment of all the activities summer lets us participate in.   In order to ... Read More »

Dog Days of Summer Translates into Extra Fun in Event City


By Jeff Potts OThunderbirds, corn dogs and an Emmy-nominated performer – Oshkosh has those and more this month as Event City wraps up the summer season in style. The U.S Air Force Thunderbirds will make their first ever appearance in Oshkosh for the Experimental Aircraft Association’s annual AirVenture fly-in the opening weekend of August. The high flying team will showcase ... Read More »

Fond du Lac Football: 100 Years Old


BY MICHAEL CASPER It was 1914 when the first Fond du Lac Cardinal football team assembled for practice.  And under head coach Ed Fruth, after whom the football field is named, they went 24-25-4 over his nine seasons. Since then there have been highs and lows, ebbs and flows, but always a prideful tradition. I spoke with several former players, ... Read More »

ENIGMA (iˈnigmə)


By Scherryl Antoniadis Like many people, I love a good riddle - or enigma - in pretty much any way, shape or form. [ENIGMA:  Greek origin, a noun used to describe someone or something that is difficult to understand or explain; an obscure speech or writing; an inscrutable or mysterious person] My predilection for the seemingly inexplicable means that I ... Read More »

Compare-Contrast: Nixon / Obama


By Rohn W. Bishop “Therefore I shall resign the presidency effective at noon tomorrow. Vice President Ford will be sworn in as President, at the hour, in this office. “ – Richard Nixon, August 8, 1974 August 9 will mark the 40th anniversary of the resignation of President Richard Nixon. Facing an impeachment vote in the House of Representatives and ... Read More »

CWSO Announces Schedule for 2014-15 Season


The Central Wisconsin Symphony Orchestra will celebrate its 66th season beginning this fall, and it promises to be a very memorable year. “A Sense of Place,” the theme for this season, will highlight youthful artistry, celebrate traditions and honor veterans. We will have more detailed information on each concert as the dates approach, but here is a list of the ... Read More »

BoDeans to Headline Rock for Autism


By Troy Reissmann Nearly 1 out of every 68 kids born today will eventually be diagnosed with some form of autism. This is an alarming fact that we all have to deal with on some level. Everyone knows someone who has autism, or has a member of their family with it. My son was diagnosed around the time of his ... Read More »

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