The SOP must die

The Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) is a concept which was slowly developed by management to create clear rules for employees to follow for a specific set of circumstances.

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Public opinion be damned

In Wisconsin it is obvious that on the issue of redistricting and gerrymandering the Republican controlled legislature couldn't care less about public opinion.

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The chaos of constant toxic competition must end

Honestly, there are times when I feel like I should self-censure and retreat into a reclusive existence for the sake of self-preservation.

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City of Wausau should rethink bonuses

Knowingly or not, this suggestion represents anti-worker practice and hurts the public.

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Ep. 25: Shop Local Serve Local

In this issue we share an episode of the "Up North" podcast which covers shopping locally and running for local office.

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Antlers: The real horror story is that white tailed deer have COVID

SARS-CoV-2, the virus which causes COVID-19, is proving to be resilient even with vaccination of roughly 60% of the human population.

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What I am thankful for

This is the time of year when families gather and give thanks for the blessings in their life.

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Enbridge threatens Lake Superior

Line 3 was routed out of Canada and into the water-rich 1855 Treaty Territory after Enbridge achieved what is known as “regulatory capture.

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Neighborhood Investment Program is meant to fund needs, not wants

The Economic Development Committee (EDC) has told the city of Wausau that it has applied for $10.5 million from the Neighborhood Investment Program to fund a pretty pedestrian bridge in Wausau’s Opportunity Zone (WOZ) "vision” for the redevelopment of the former Wausau Center Mall.

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Growing old forests

Northern Wisconsin was once covered with extensive old growth forests.

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