Saturday, May 14, 2016

Glenn Grothman has a thing for Jamie Farr in drag



As quoted in Glenn Grothman cites transgender bathroom legal battle as sign of 'moral decline'.  (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 5/14/2016)
Grothman also hailed the days when a character from the 1970s TV show M.A.S.H. wearing a dress was a comedy routine. The character, Cpl. (and later Sgt.) Klinger, wore women’s clothing so that he would be judged mentally unfit for military service.

Grothman learns life's lesson from a 1970 movie and subsequent long-running TV show (1972-1983) based on the misadventures of the 4077th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital during the Korean War, which took place from June 25, 1950 through July 27, 1953.  Creepy.




Other Grothman posts:
Voter ID controversy: Glenn Grothman just makes it worse(4/8/2016)
Rep. Glenn Grothman, in so many words: Voter ID laws are all about electing Republicans.  (4/6/2016)
Good news for bloggers: Glenn Grothman starting to feel his oats again.  (3/17/2016)
This just in from Glenn Grothman: Ted Cruz 'not for anchor babies'. (3/16/2016)
Recommended reading from Glenn Grothman.  (3/3/2016)
Once again, Grothman does the blah blah blah.  (1/13/2016)
Tea Party alert: Glenn Grothman supports increase in federal gas tax.  (12/29/2015)
Glenn Grothman's moving service.  (11/16/2015)
Glenn Grothman: Still trying to get to 'yes' with Paul Ryan.  (10/18/2015) 
Dear Glenn Grothman, Breaking up is hard to do.  (10/17/2015) 
He's a guy, and has access to 'all machines that one would need'.  (9/29/2015) 
Meet the Members of the Republican Study Committee: Glenn Grothman (R-WI, 6th District).  (8/18/2015)
What about seeing the light, Representative Grothman?  (8/11/2015)
Glenn Grothman's gibberish in full flower.  (7/1/2015)
Rep. Glenn Grothman puts corporate personhood first.  (6/23/2015)
Glenn Grothman Finds His Voice in Washington, D.C. (6/19/2015)
Glenn Grothman goes seriously bland on us.  (5/12/2015)
Glenn Grothman's lips are zipped.  (4/9/2015)
Glenn Grothman Speaks the Language of the Godfather of states' rights.  (1/13/2015)
Glenn Grothman, Quiet Man.  (10/12/2014)
Tom Petri returns the favor to Glenn Grothman.  (9/5/2014)
Wisconsin's 6th Congressional District primary: Less than 12% of voters paid attention.  (8/24/2014)
Hey guys and gals, Scott Walker is not 100% convinced that Glenn Grothman can win the 6th CD. (8/23/2014)
Career politician Glenn Grothman moves one step closer to Wisconsin's 6th Congressional District general election.  (8/22/2014)
To the tune of $692,000.   (8/14/2014)
Glenn Grothman:  A man without a mandate.  (8/14/2014)
Glenn Grothman to Tom Petri: Thank you for your 35 years of service.  (8/1/2014) 
Duey Stroebel can't be bothered with fundraising, looks to buy seat instead.  (8/1/2014)
Clearly, "common-sense bills" and "Grothman" should never be used in the same sentence. (7/9/2014)
Two career politicians pledge limited service in the U.S. House of Representatives.  (7/8/2014)
Glenn Grothman, Affirmative Action, and the demographics of Wisconsin's 6th Congressional District.  (4/28/2014)

Presidential candidate with emotional development of 12 year old tweets more nonsense


His fantasy.

@realDonaldTrump (highlight added)

The reality. 


Other emo posts:
Presidential candidate with emotional development of 12 year old resorts to name-calling when zinged.  (5/11/2016)
Presidential candidate with emotional development of 12 year old has a very important, major engagement.  (3/16/2016)
Presidential candidate with emotional development of 12 year old still makes case for his beautiful, powerful, large penis.  (3/6/2016)
Presidential candidate with emotional development of 12 year old brags he's the only one who can beat Clinton.  (3/3/2016)
Presidential candidate with the emotional development of a 12 year old disavows.  (3/1/2016)
Presidential candidate with emotional development of 12 year old wings it.  (2/29/2016)
Presidential candidate with emotional development of 12 year old weighs in on Rubio and last night's debate.  (2/26/2016)
Presidential candidate with emotional development of 12 year old tells us how he really feels.  (2/23/2016)
Yes, Donny, get angry, cuz we want a brave man, a cave man.  (2/22/2016)
Thin-skinned Presidential candidate with emotional development of 12 year old fires volley at Pope.  (2/18/2016)
Presidential candidate with emotional development of 12 year old should go ahead and put it in the want ads.  (1/29/2016)
Presidential candidate with emotional development of 12 year old plans to skip debate.  (1/27/2016)
Presidential candidate with emotional development of 12 year old reacts to SOTU.  (1/13/2016)

Dianne Briggs Sherman (1947-2016) Warren Area High School Class of 1965



Related links: 
 1965 Dragon yearbook

1967 Warren City Directory
  • [county section] Briggs Arthur R Russell 

'Diane' was a very popular name during the mid-20th century, peaking at #14 in 1955 and spending 13 years in the top 20 and 20 years in the top 30.

The variant spelling of 'Dianne' didn't fare as well, having a much shorter and less lofty run, with her peak achieved in 1945 at #72.

Source:  Social Security Administration

Janet Gaynor played a character named Diane in Seventh Heaven, one of the most popular films of 1927 and won the 1st Academy Award for Best Actress for this and 2 other roles.


Other members of the class of 1965:
Catherine Donnelly Rice.  (9/25/2015)
Sharyn Steele Engle.  (8/30/2015)
Dennis Seymour.  (6/25/2015)
Alvin Whipple.  (6/17/2015)
Susan Johnson Wolfe.  (3/14/2014)

Republicans, white evangelical Protestants are laggards in acceptance of same-sex marriage



Change in percentage points, 2001-2016:
  • 27 - Democrats
  • 18 - Independents
  • 12 - Republicans
Source: Pew Research Center


Change in percentage points, 2001-2016:
  • 26 - White mainline Protestants
  • 19 - unaffiliated
  • 18 - Catholics
  • 14 - White evangelical Protestants
  •   9 - Black Protestants
Related posts:
Moving into the 21st century: Public opinion on same-sex marriage.  (5/13/2016)
Georgia State Senator Greg Kirk, in so many words: It is our duty to be intolerant and discriminatory.  (3/23/2016)
The 3 contenders for Speaker of the House speak out on same-sex marriage.  (10/7/2015)
Meet the members of the Republican Study Committee.  (8/18/2015; the last of a series)

Sheldon Adelson plays musical chairs with Presidential candidates



On 2/1/2016, CBS News reported that Adelson and his wife donated the maximum allowed by federal law to Ted Cruz.

It also reported about rumors that Adelson had an interest in backing Marco Rubio.

Four days later.....


Adelson also showed some interest in Scott Walker for a time, to the tune of a $650,000 donation to the Republican Party of Wisconsin.  (Not to mention $260,000 to Walker's own campaign.)



Not such a big honor, Donald.


What's frightening is billionaires working overtime to dismantle government.

Related posts:
Where in the world is Scott Walker?  (1/22/2015)
With Scott Walker, What Happens in Vegas is Reported by the Washington Post.  (12/10/2014)
Scott Walker Complains About Special Interest Money in Final Week of Wisconsin Gubernatorial Campaign (The Continuing Saga of Sheldon Adelson).  (10/28/2014) 
I think we should let Scott Walker's good pals Diane Hendricks, Sheldon Adelson, Richard Devos, Bob Perry, David Humphreys, and Sarah Atkins pay the bill.  (10/18/2014)
While Mary Burke Campaigns for Governor, Scott Walker Continues to Run for President.  (3/28/2014)
The Plutocracy Report: Billionaire Sheldon Adelson Narrows the Republican Presidential Field for the Minions.  (9/16/2013)

A closer look at Wisconsin's population loss: Waushara County



The population of Waushara County follows a general pattern we've seen before.  The county experienced a period of sustained growth after its founding.  In this case, it lasted until 1910, when the population initially peaked at 18,886.  Decline followed growth, to the tune of a 28% population loss by 1960.  Another period of growth followed, which results in a population increase of 81%.  Since the 2010 census, Waushara County has lost an estimated 463 residents, or 1.9% of its population.

The City of Wautoma is the county seat.

Source:  Wikipedia + U.S. Census Bureau (2015)


As of July 1, 2014, 22.5% of Waushara County's population is 65 and over, compared to the state average of 15.2%.   Its 0-to-4 demographic is 4.8% vs. the state average 5.9%.


Related posts:
A closer look at Waupaca County.  (5/13/2016)
A closer look at Washburn County.  (5/12/2016)
A closer look at Vilas County.  (5/10/2016)
A closer look at Shawano County.  (5/8/2016)
A closer look at Sawyer County.  (5/6/2016)
A closer look at Rusk County.  (5/3/2016)
A closer look at Richland County.  (5/1/2016)
A closer look at Racine County.  (4/28/2016)
A closer look at Price County.  (4/26/2016)
A closer look at Polk County . (4/25/2016)
A closer look at Pierce County.  (4/24/2016)
A closer look at Oneida County.  (4/23/2016)
A closer look at Oconto County, (4/22/2016)
A closer look at Marinette County.  (4/21/2016)
A closer look at Manitowoc County.  (4/20/2016)
A closer look at Lincoln County.  (4/19/2016)
A closer look at Langlade County.  (4/18/2016)
A closer look at Lafayette County.  (4/17/2016)
A closer look at Juneau County.  (4/16/2016)
A closer look at Iron County.  (4/15/2016)
A closer look at Green Lake County.  (4/14/2016)
A closer look at Forest County.  (4/13/2016)
A closer look at Douglas County.  (4/12/2016)
A closer look at Door County.  (4/11/2016)
A closer look at Dodge County.  (4/10/2016)
A closer look at Crawford County.  (4/8/2016)
A closer look at Columbia County.  (4/7/2016)
A closer look at Clark County.  (4/6/2016)
A closer look at Buffalo County.  (4/5/2016)
A closer look at Bayfield County.  (4/4/2016)
A closer look at Barron County.   (4/4/2016)
A closer look at Ashland County.  (4/3/2016)
A closer look at Adams County.  (4/3/2015)
The majority of Wisconsin counties have lost population since 2010.  (3/28/2016)
Where Wisconsin's population growth is taking place (2010-2015).  (3/27/2016)
Dane County: Wisconsin's population growth engine. (3/27/2016)
 U.S. Census Bureau population estimates: Nearly half of Wisconsin counties lose population.  (3/27/2016)
Wisconsin population projections, 2010-2040: Top 10 counties by % decline and growth.  (5/14/2015)
Top 10 Wisconsin Counties by Percentage of Population Growth, Loss (2010-2014).  (3/27/2015)
Wisconsin counties:  Population 65 and older.  (10/24/2014)
Wisconsin trivia: What was Wisconsin's 2nd-largest city in 1910?  (/9/1/2014)
Dane County tallies 39% of state's population growth since 2010.  (3/27/2014)
2012 U.S. Census population estimates: More gains than losses among Wisconsin's largest communities.  (5/28/2013)

Friday, May 13, 2016

Conservative Wisconsin and Arizona groups coordinate pearl-clutching episodes over transgender rights



Sources:

Related posts:
Cartoon conservative principles, the Christmas edition: Rep. Kremer accuses fire officials of 'relieving themselves'.  (12/23/2015)
Bathroom bill update: Julaine Appling must have inadvertently loosened her grip on Jesse Kremer's
The 'bathroom bill' marriage of Jesse Kremer and Julaine Appling.  (11/21/2015)
It's time for Julaine Appling to take a bathroom break.  (11/20/2015)

Wisconsin trails Illinois in fighting CWD


2013:  That was then.



2016:  This is now.


Scott Walker's press release reminds me of the title of a Dusty Springfield song.



Related post
Walker administration fiddles while chronic wasting disease spreads.  (11/17/2015)

Arriving late to the party, Melissa Moss has no idea what she's talking about


Excerpts from Melissa Moss' op-ed piece, Frac sand protesters not representative of La Crosse, interspersed with headline.

But these protesters weren’t just protesting sand mining, they were also protesting lower gas prices and countless opportunities for job creation thanks to the sand mining industry.



Many of us are thankful that gas prices are low and that jobs are coming back to the region.


Sand mining has the potential to bring hundreds of jobs to northwestern and western Wisconsin,


The facts are clear: Lower gas prices and new jobs are good for families in La Crosse. Sand mining is a win for La Crosse and a win for Wisconsin.

This will come as no surprise.  Melissa is a member of the Wisconsin chapter of the Koch Brothers-fueled Americans for Prosperity.

Other frac sand mining posts:
That was then, this is now:  Frac sand mining in Wisconsin.  (5/9/2016)
That was then, this is now: Frac sand mining in Wisconsin The hypocrisy of Tom Tiffany and his fellow Republicans.  (3/25/2016) 
Say goodbye to Unimin Corp.'s Tunnel City frac sand mine (2014-2016).  (3/24/2016)
Trempealeau County: Wisconsin's sandbox.  (1/16/2015)
A new day's dawning for Wisconsin's frac sand operators.  (1/10/2015)
Trempealeau County officials hope for greatly expanded use of sand bunkers.  (1/3/2015)
What Do Chieftain Sand and Source Energy Have in Common? (12/24/2014)
Tom "Terrific-for-the-Frac-Sand-Mining-Industry" Tiffany.  (12/19/2014)
Trempealeau County Residents Wonder If Their Drinking Water is Contaminated.  (10/16/2014
2010: Scott Walker pledges to get government out of the way.  (9/30/2014) 
More hills posed to go away.  (9/27/2014)
A personal account of the impact of frac sand mining.  (9/26/2014) 
Report: Communities At Risk: Frac Sand Mining in the Upper Midwest.  (9/26/2014)
Maybe it has something to do with the hardhat.  (8/9/2014)
In other words, Kevin, people don't want to live near a frac sand mining operation.  (8/7/2014) 
UPDATED: Scott Walker continues his "Thank You for Your Contributions" tour.  (8/3/2014)
What a mere $8,000 will buy you in the Scott Walker House of Favors,  (3/30/2014)
Nevertheless, transparency would have been in the general pubic's best interest.  (3/15/2014)
Wisconsin Towns Association has second thoughts about that "gentler" frac sand mining regulation bill. (3/4/014)
Scott Walker likely to support Tom Tiffany's new mining bill.  (2/27/2014)
The vision of Trempealeau County as one big mining operation -- nipped in the bud.  (2/20/2014)
Glenwood City Council members defeat their recall challengers by a hair.  (12/18/2013)
Wyoming's Republican Governor has a message for Wisconsin mining industry's "Tom Terrific".  (11/24/2013)
The mining industry's "Tom Terrific" gets pushback from his Republican colleagues.  (11/18/2013)
In so many words: Dear Sen. Tiffany, Your bill sucks, Sincerely, Pepin County Board.  (11/13/2013)
Sand mine industry leaders put our minds at ease.  (11/5/2013) 
Scott Walker donor promises jobs, permanence for Independence and Whitehall residents.  (10/29/2013) 
Sen. Tom Tiffany's sand mine bill a hot potato.  (10/28/2013) 
Another Walker campaign donor for SB349.  (10/25/2013)
Expensive to the Tune of $430,505.49 (as of June 30, 2013).  (10/25/2013) 
The Nipper Chronicles: The frac sand mining masters speak.  (10/18/2013)
Things aren't so tranquil in Glenwood City Wisconsin lately  (10/10/2013)

Moving into the 21st century: Public opinion on same-sex marriage




 As far as percentages are concerned, the Silent Generation made the greatest progress toward acceptance from 2001 to 2010.  

The drop of 3 percentage points in Gen X acceptance from 2015 to 2016 should be taken with a grain of salt, as this cohort's acceptance increased 6 percentage points, from 53% to 59% from 2014 to 2015.  

Baby Boomers have been treading water on this issue for the past 3 years of Pew surveys.

2005 was certainly a turning point in public opinion.

Related posts:
Georgia State Senator Greg Kirk, in so many words: It is our duty to be intolerant and discriminatory.  (3/23/2016)
The 3 contenders for Speaker of the House speak out on same-sex marriage.  (10/7/2015)
Meet the members of the Republican Study Committee.  (8/18/2015; the last of a series)

A closer look at Wisconsin's population loss: Waupaca County



Yes, the logging industry is what initially attracted residents to Waupaca County.  Its population initially peaked in 1920 at 34,200.  Except for a slight dip in the following census, the county population grew steadily through 2010.  Since then, the county has lost an estimated 465 residents, or 0.9% of its population.

The City of Waupaca is the county seat.


As of July 1, 2014, 19.5% of Waupaca County's population is 65 and over, compared to the state average of 15.2%.   Its 0-to-4 demographic is 5.2% vs. the state average 5.9%.


Related posts:
A closer look at Washburn County.  (5/12/2016)
A closer look at Vilas County.  (5/10/2016)
A closer look at Shawano County.  (5/8/2016)
A closer look at Sawyer County.  (5/6/2016)
A closer look at Rusk County.  (5/3/2016)
A closer look at Richland County.  (5/1/2016)
A closer look at Racine County.  (4/28/2016)
A closer look at Price County.  (4/26/2016)
A closer look at Polk County . (4/25/2016)
A closer look at Pierce County.  (4/24/2016)
A closer look at Oneida County.  (4/23/2016)
A closer look at Oconto County, (4/22/2016)
A closer look at Marinette County.  (4/21/2016)
A closer look at Manitowoc County.  (4/20/2016)
A closer look at Lincoln County.  (4/19/2016)
A closer look at Langlade County.  (4/18/2016)
A closer look at Lafayette County.  (4/17/2016)
A closer look at Juneau County.  (4/16/2016)
A closer look at Iron County.  (4/15/2016)
A closer look at Green Lake County.  (4/14/2016)
A closer look at Forest County.  (4/13/2016)
A closer look at Douglas County.  (4/12/2016)
A closer look at Door County.  (4/11/2016)
A closer look at Dodge County.  (4/10/2016)
A closer look at Crawford County.  (4/8/2016)
A closer look at Columbia County.  (4/7/2016)
A closer look at Clark County.  (4/6/2016)
A closer look at Buffalo County.  (4/5/2016)
A closer look at Bayfield County.  (4/4/2016)
A closer look at Barron County.   (4/4/2016)
A closer look at Ashland County.  (4/3/2016)
A closer look at Adams County.  (4/3/2015)
The majority of Wisconsin counties have lost population since 2010.  (3/28/2016)
Where Wisconsin's population growth is taking place (2010-2015).  (3/27/2016)
Dane County: Wisconsin's population growth engine. (3/27/2016)
 U.S. Census Bureau population estimates: Nearly half of Wisconsin counties lose population.  (3/27/2016)
Wisconsin population projections, 2010-2040: Top 10 counties by % decline and growth.  (5/14/2015)
Top 10 Wisconsin Counties by Percentage of Population Growth, Loss (2010-2014).  (3/27/2015)
Wisconsin counties:  Population 65 and older.  (10/24/2014)
Wisconsin trivia: What was Wisconsin's 2nd-largest city in 1910?  (/9/1/2014)
Dane County tallies 39% of state's population growth since 2010.  (3/27/2014)
2012 U.S. Census population estimates: More gains than losses among Wisconsin's largest communities.  (5/28/2013)

UPDATE. Iowa County: Public library circulation and program attendance, 1996-2014


2015 estimated population:




% change (1996-2014)
  • Circulation:  17.6%
  • Program attendance:  150% 

Other updated posts
Adams County.  (5/2/2016)
Ashland County.  (5/2/2016)
Barron County.  (5/2/2016)
Bayfield County.  (5/2/2016)
Brown County.  (5/2/2016)
Buffalo County.  (5/3/2016)
Burnett County.  (5/3/2016)
Calumet County.  (5/3/2016)
Chippewa County.  (5/3/2016)
Clark County.  (5/3/2016)
Columbia County.  (5/4/2016)
Crawford County.  (5/4/2016)
Dane County.  (5/4/2016)
Dodge County.  (5/4/2016)
Door County.  (5/5/2016)
Douglas County.  (5/5/2016)
Dunn County.  (5/6/2016)
Eau Claire County.  (5/7/2016)
Florence County.  (5/8/2016)
Fond du Lac County.  (5/9/2016)
Forest County.  (5/9/2016)
Grant County.  (5/12/2016)
Green County.  (5/12/2016)
Green Lake County.  (5/13/2016)


Original 9/25/2014 post starts here.

2010 population:  23,687

Public libraries in Iowa County



          % change (1996-2013)
          • Circulation:  39.8%
          • Program attendance:  122% 

            Line graphs data sourceWisconsin Public Library Service Data

            Related posts: (with 1996-2013 % changes)

            Adams County.  (9/1/2014)
            • Circulation:  320%
            • Program attendance:  132%
            Ashland County (9/2/2014)
            • Circulation:  13.5%
            • Program attendance:  116%
            Barron County  (9/3/2014)
            • Circulation:  32.1%
            • Program attendance:   237%
            Bayfield County (9/4/2014)
            • Circulation:  127%
            • Program attendance:   (7.2%)
            Brown County (9/5/2014)
            • Circulation:  35.2%
            • Program attendance:   (22.3%)
            Buffalo County (9/6/2014)
            • Circulation:  1.9%
            • Program attendance:  812%
            Burnett County (9/7/2014)
            • Circulation:  104%
            • Program attendance  466%
            Calumet County (9/8/2014)
            • Circulation: (32.7%)
            • Program attendance  20.0%
            Chippewa County (9/9/2014)
            • Circulation: 24.6%
            • Program attendance  28.8%
            Clark County (9/10/2014)
            • Circulation: 21.6%
            • Program attendance  86.5%
            Columbia County (9/11/2014)
            • Circulation: 40.5%
            • Program attendance  84.2%
            Crawford  County (9/12/2014)
            • Circulation: 58.1%
            • Program attendance  (28.3%)
            Dane County (9/13/2014)
            • Circulation: 83.0%
            • Program attendance  246%
            Dodge County (9/14/2014)
            • Circulation: 53.9%
            • Program attendance  186%
            Door County (9/15/2014)
            • Circulation: 23.2%
            • Program attendance  (7.1%)
            Douglas County (9/16/2014)
            • Circulation: 81.1%
            • Program attendance:  33.9% 
            Dunn County (9/17/2014)
            • Circulation: 14.2%
            • Program attendance:  178% 
            Eau Claire County (9/18/2014)
            • Circulation: 23.7%
            • Program attendance:  86.6% 
            Florence County (9/19/2014)
            • Circulation: 251%
            • Program attendance:  195% 
            Fond du Lac County (9/20/2014)
            • Circulation: 24.2%
            • Program attendance:  72.6% 
            Forest County (9/21/2014)
            • Circulation: 68.4%
            • Program attendance:  261% 
            Grant County (9/22/2014)
            • Circulation: 44.3%
            • Program attendance:  87.9%
            Green County (9/23/2014)
            • Circulation:  14.4%
            • Program attendance:  111% 
            Green Lake County (9/24/2014)
            • Circulation:  33.8%
            • Program attendance:  125%

            UPDATE. Green Lake County: Public Library Circulation and Program Attendance, 1996-2014


            2015 estimated population:


            % change (1996-2014)
            • Circulation:  23.3%
            • Program attendance:  115% 

            Other updated posts
            Adams County.  (5/2/2016)
            Ashland County.  (5/2/2016)
            Barron County.  (5/2/2016)
            Bayfield County.  (5/2/2016)
            Brown County.  (5/2/2016)
            Buffalo County.  (5/3/2016)
            Burnett County.  (5/3/2016)
            Calumet County.  (5/3/2016)
            Chippewa County.  (5/3/2016)
            Clark County.  (5/3/2016)
            Columbia County.  (5/4/2016)
            Crawford County.  (5/4/2016)
            Dane County.  (5/4/2016)
            Dodge County.  (5/4/2016)
            Door County.  (5/5/2016)
            Douglas County.  (5/5/2016)
            Dunn County.  (5/6/2016)
            Eau Claire County.  (5/7/2016)
            Florence County.  (5/8/2016)
            Fond du Lac County.  (5/9/2016)
            Forest County.  (5/9/2016)
            Grant County.  (5/12/2016)
            Green County.  (5/12/2016)


            Original 8/24/2014 post starts here.


            2010 population:  19,051

            Public libraries in Green Lake County



                  % change (1996-2013)
                  • Circulation:  33.8%
                  • Program attendance:  125% 

                    Line graphs data sourceWisconsin Public Library Service Data

                    Related posts: (with 1996-2013 % changes)

                    Adams County.  (9/1/2014)
                    • Circulation:  320%
                    • Program attendance:  132%
                    Ashland County (9/2/2014)
                    • Circulation:  13.5%
                    • Program attendance:  116%
                    Barron County  (9/3/2014)
                    • Circulation:  32.1%
                    • Program attendance:   237%
                    Bayfield County (9/4/2014)
                    • Circulation:  127%
                    • Program attendance:   (7.2%)
                    Brown County (9/5/2014)
                    • Circulation:  35.2%
                    • Program attendance:   (22.3%)
                    Buffalo County (9/6/2014)
                    • Circulation:  1.9%
                    • Program attendance:  812%
                    Burnett County (9/7/2014)
                    • Circulation:  104%
                    • Program attendance  466%
                    Calumet County (9/8/2014)
                    • Circulation: (32.7%)
                    • Program attendance  20.0%
                    Chippewa County (9/9/2014)
                    • Circulation: 24.6%
                    • Program attendance  28.8%
                    Clark County (9/10/2014)
                    • Circulation: 21.6%
                    • Program attendance  86.5%
                    Columbia County (9/11/2014)
                    • Circulation: 40.5%
                    • Program attendance  84.2%
                    Crawford  County (9/12/2014)
                    • Circulation: 58.1%
                    • Program attendance  (28.3%)
                    Dane County (9/13/2014)
                    • Circulation: 83.0%
                    • Program attendance  246%
                    Dodge County (9/14/2014)
                    • Circulation: 53.9%
                    • Program attendance  186%
                    Door County (9/15/2014)
                    • Circulation: 23.2%
                    • Program attendance  (7.1%)
                    Douglas County (9/16/2014)
                    • Circulation: 81.1%
                    • Program attendance:  33.9% 
                    Dunn County (9/17/2014)
                    • Circulation: 14.2%
                    • Program attendance:  178% 
                    Eau Claire County (9/18/2014)
                    • Circulation: 23.7%
                    • Program attendance:  86.6% 
                    Florence County (9/19/2014)
                    • Circulation: 251%
                    • Program attendance:  195% 
                    Fond du Lac County (9/20/2014)
                    • Circulation: 24.2%
                    • Program attendance:  72.6% 
                    Forest County (9/21/2014)
                    • Circulation: 68.4%
                    • Program attendance:  261% 
                    Grant County (9/22/2014)
                    • Circulation: 44.3%
                    • Program attendance:  87.9%
                    Green County (9/23/2014)
                    • Circulation:  14.4%
                    • Program attendance:  111%