Marquette beats Villanova, a comeback for 1984, an arrest for Great Lakes anglers, an investigation for Sheriff Clarke and a few new homegrown Catholic bishops, in today’s Morning-ish Links.
Rodgers wanted in Cowboy slayings, Priebus the Trump whisperer, more ethnic grocery options and Bucks at midseason, all in today’s links.
Barack Obama says goodbye, Sasha Obama stays home, Donald Trump talks Russia and golden showers, Milwaukee Bucks beat San Antonio Spurs, all in today’s Morning Links.
Dick Enberg talks Al McGuire, Supreme Court judge gets no challenger, Patti Smith returns, Karl Kopp talks custard and parents rush the gates at Montessori schools. In today’s Morning Links.
Trump and Ryan rally the faithful, high schoolers may face drug tests, Obamacare surges and a bookseller picks the 10 best of the year in today’s Morning Links.
If indeed Sue Black lands in Interior, it’s a role she has long envisioned for herself. In our 2007 profile of her, it closes with a not-subtle hint at future ambitions: “Would she like to be director of the National Park Service? ‘Actually,’ Black laughs, ‘I’d want to be Secretary of the Interior.’”
The dire state of state roads, the shrinking state of UW faculty tenure, the NYT visits Watts Tea Shop and license plates transition. All this and more in today’s Morning Links.
Bucks win in basketball and life, thieves swipe cars at cemetery, judge denies Jill Stein and Carroll names first female president, in today’s Morning Links.
Bucks to stay in non-Trump hotels, Bradley Tech ad infuriates mayor, top gymnasts coming to town and SafeHouse expands to Chicago, in today’s Morning Links.
The first and last stops were reliable Democratic territory – the Obama school in an African American neighborhood, Lincoln in a heavily Latino district – and I fit in visits to the heavily white, Republican burgs of Sussex and Elm Grove in between.