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Oaks croak, city of Madison blamed

If anyone has the right to say "I told you so," it's Tom Link. He did. Four years ago, he told everyone who would listen -- and some who would not -- that the city's plan to locate a sewer under the street that runs past his home threatened the six giant burr oak trees that stood on either side. >More
 The Wisconsin Freedom of Information Council to celebrate anniversary

 Send in your hold music songs to the city of Madison

The city of Madison is still spinning its wheels on plans to replace its insidious phone-system hold music with local tunes (See "Madison Seeks MOH-Better [Music]," 9/21/08). >More
 Beating victim will get help

Several readers, including Justice Department spokesperson Bill Cosh, have contacted Isthmus in response to its report (referenced in the article "Violent punks on the prowl beat UW student for chuckles" 10/3/08) about the 50-year-old Madison man left with tens of thousands of dollars in medical bills after being beaten by a gang of young hoodlums in mid-August. They wanted to suggest - and Cosh to confirm - that the man can get help through the state's Crime Victim Compensation Program. >More
 Violent punks on the prowl beat UW student for chuckles

This time, the police put out an incident report, albeit one flagging it as a mere "robbery." There was even a four-sentence item about it on the Cap Times' website. But what happened to Jon Young, 23, in downtown Madison on Sept. 15 is far more disturbing than the MPD release or news brief conveyed. >More
 City of Madison and contractor work together on sewer problem

 Are UW's kosher kitchens, er, kosher?

Carlos Gonzales is not anti-Jewish, or even anti-religious. He just doesn't approve of "religious figures supervising state employees." And that's exactly what he thinks is happening at the UW-Madison. >More
 Glass Nickel halts distribution of Pagan Pride Day flyers

 Brutal attack kept under wraps

On Aug. 5, just past 9 p.m., a 50-year-old Madison man we'll call "Bob" was walking to work. Near Milwaukee Street and East Washington Avenue, he passed a group of teenagers. "One said hello," recalls Bob. "I said hello back." Then one of the younger teens punched him in the face. >More
 The good ol' boys at CUNA Inc.

Mike Miller was once described by his boss as a "rising star" at CUNA Inc., "destined to run it all." That was before Miller complained about his Madison-based supervisor, John Franklin, for making racist, sexist and homophobic remarks. >More
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