Madison365 Week in Review for October 15


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    The pandemic changed the way people vote and engage with their government.




    It also exposed deep disparities in the healthcare system.




    Baraboo parents are calling for charges and the firing of the school athletic director after a scary vigilante confrontation.



    A Dane County deputy shot and killed a man Thursday night, later identified as 46-year-old Quantaze Campbell.




    Tracy Anderson has joined Big Brothers Big Sisters of Dane County as director of community outreach and volunteer recruiting.



    The president of UW-La Crosse Republicans has resigned in protest of anti-semitic and homophobic messages written in chalk by members of her organization.


    Rock County Jumpstart named Georgia Allen as its first director of programming.




    Madison artist Lilada Gee has been awarded a $10,000 Forward Art prize.




    Goodman Center’s annual Thanksgiving basket drive will begin Monday.




    Madison’s police civilian oversight board selected John Tate II as its first full-time independent police monitor.



    Dane County Executive Joe Parisi’s 2023 budget proposal includes a number of provisions for racial equity and criminal justice reform.

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