If the Hudson Area Joint Library eventually does move into the former Nuclear Management Co. building on First Street, it will be because four municipal leaders went the extra mile to give voters that choice, according to Hudson attorney Jeff Redmon.
A new deal has been made to keep Wisconsin’s online public schools open. This time the governor’s on board.
Assembly Education Committee chairman Brett Davis of Oregon says his house will vote on the compromise today (Tuesday).
A compromise to keep Wisconsin’s virtual schools online could be approved by the full Legislature in early March.
Elizabeth Burmaster, state superintendent, says she’ll recommend that the governor sign it.
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