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Sunday, June 26, 2022

Rachel Sherman


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Doyle leaves rail supporters puzzled

When Gov. Jim Doyle signed an $810 million high-speed rail deal with the federal government the weekend before the midterm elections, it seemed like he wanted to throw one last political punch before becoming a lame duck. In light of this, politicos and average Joes alike were shocked when Doyle put the brakes on the rail project last week.

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Lousy limericks can make anything funny

I think everyone can think of a point in their lives where they'd like to hit the rewind button and completely re-live a moment of disgrace, stupidity or bad luck. I, having been a pristine example of how not to do things at many, many points in my life, naturally think these types of thoughts quite often. However, I am educated to some degree, and though I've dabbled with the possibility of time travel, I have never come close enough to finding anything on the Internet to get my hopes up on the subject (though I'm still looking).

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Skating in the shadows

A look at the two championship-winning hockey teams and the differences in each fan base. Even though the women won national prestige last year, at home the stands would suggest otherwise.'

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