Drive down any main thoroughfare and you can’t miss the signs that employers are facing a severe shortage of workers. Businesses have gone bey…

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The racial wealth gap garnered increased attention during the past year as the racial justice movement spread across the country and the pande…

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Whether it is limiting the number of our social gatherings, preventing us from watching live sports events or concerts, or requiring us to mas…

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In late March as Bridget Krage O’Connor looked out the windows of O’Connor Connective in downtown De Pere, she was sad to see no action whatso…

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After Oscar C. Boldt died on June 9 at the age of 96, I spent several days talking with a variety of people asking about their favorite memori…

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The degree to which our world has changed in the past six weeks has been mind-boggling. Just as we prepared to send the April issue to press, …

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Since Wisconsin businesses, organizations and schools began closing in mid-March due to COVID-19, I’ve talked with a lot of people who have be…

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If you haven’t received it yet, the 2020 census soon will be appearing in your mailbox. While we all know the census is important politically …

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These days, there’s a lot of talk about “the millennials.” It must sometimes seem, especially to many in that age group, that they’re cast as …