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REARING MUSKIES RETURN TO FRAME PARK

WAUKESHA — The waters of the Fox River refracted the iridescent and multicolored muskies as they returned to their well-known spawning location near the steps of the...

Oestreich And Costello Complete Frozen Otter

It was something that not many could accomplish, but area residents Ryan Costello and Beau Oestreich prevailed. They finished The Frozen Otter in the Kettle Moraine on...

Lomira’s Citizen Of The Year Has Dedicated His Life To The Village

The Lomira Area Chamber of Commerce has selected its nominee for this year’s citizen of the year award. Gene Schroeder has earned the recognition after his continued...

Gold Star Memorial Trail Opens To Public

It took nearly five years and $670,000 in donations and grants after the original trail concept was presented, but phase one of the Gold Star Memorial Trail (GSMT) is...

Kekoskee Does Not Yet Have 2019 EMS Contract

Uncertainty continues for Village of Kekoskee leadership regarding whether or not the village will be contracting for City of Mayville ambulance services for its...

Public Input Wanted For Bike And Pedestrian Network

Let us know what you think! Washington County has drafted a preliminary county-wide Bike and Pedestrian network in an effort to increase opportunities for non-motorized...

Watch A Horicon Native Help Track A Lion

When reports of lion sightings near downtown Milwaukee were made last July, Kurt Zuelsdorf was near the area. The Horicon native who now lives in Florida was visiting a...

Vietnam Soldier Was Shy And Fun-loving

Ralph Dahm was born January 27, 1943. While growing up, he and his younger brother, Ron, spent a lot of time doing farm work. The boys lost their father in 1947 when...

SWIB Hosts Events to Promote Entrepreneurship

Last week, Stanford Women in Business, also known as SWIB hosted a series of presentations and events, introducing entrepreneurship opportunities to students throughout...

Kentucky Asks Health Care Providers to Be Alert for Possible Swine Flu Cases

FRANKFORT, Ky. “We are closely monitoring developments involving swine flu cases in the United States, Mexico and abroad,” said Public Health Commissioner William...