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Let's take a look at some of these'reviews':
A polarizing President for polarizing times. Republicans' rating of Trump's transition has remained positive, with 87% approving in the Jan. 4-8 poll, similar to the 86% recorded last month. Very few Democrats approve, which has also been fairly steady, at 13% this month versus 17% in December. Meanwhile, his transition approval among independents has fallen from 46% to 33%.
Not such a big deal when placed in perspective. “This honeymoon phase is common for new presidents.
While every institution has its strengths, Martin Luther College is distinctive. We are the WELS* College of Ministry. We exist solely to train future pastors, teachers, and staff ministers for the public ministry in the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod. If you are considering service to the church in one of these capacities, then we are the college for you. [Emphasis added.]
Records show county officials had declared Mueller’s property a public health nuisance nearly two years before to his death. They alleged he didn’t have a working septic system, was dumping human waste, and had an illegal junkyard outside his unpermitted mobile home.Sauk County Corporation Counsel mission statement.
Fry was selected for the job in March after the county paid a search firm nearly $24,000 to find qualified candidates. Her predecessor, Interim Administrative Coordinator Brentt Michalek, signed a similar deal in June in which he was paid nearly $25,000 to resign.
State superintendent candidate John Humphries on Thursday paid a dentist $300 for teeth whitening he initially accepted for free as an in-kind campaign contribution.