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2020 Modified Elroy Fair Junior Judging Event Winners

With caution and precautions to keep participants safe from COVID-19, the Elroy Fair held a modified event which involved youth exhibitors only at their junior judging event in June.  The Elroy Fair is a district fair, not a county fair. After canceling the fair to the public in May, two weeks passed before the decision to hold a junior judging event only was made.  Through communication with the health department, the city, and a compilation and sharing of a document which outlined all guidelines and procedures that would be followed when gathering for judging, planning went forward and a successful event was realized. Here is the list of champions and department winners for the COVID edition of the Elroy Fair.  A complete list of results can be found online at www.ElroyFair.com

Less than One Week Remains until the July 15 Tax Deadline

Wisconsin’s tax season was extended to July 15 this year due to COVID-19. Thus far, 2.8 million tax filers have submitted returns out of an expected 3 million.  “This last week of the extended season will be busy, and our customer service agents are ready and here to assist filers who have waited until the end to file,” noted Secretary Peter Barca. “I’m proud to say they have kept up the same level of top-notch service during this pandemic and have even added extra hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays to better accommodate our customers’ schedules.” 

2020 JULY JUBILEE “COMMUNITY UNITY” EVENT DATE ANNOUNCED

During this present time of civil unrest, racial divide, economic uncertainty, and during a pandemic scare; FaithWorks Ministries, a Christian Non-Denominational Church will be hosting their first July Jubilee “Community Unity” event on July 19th, 2020 from 10 AM-2 PM at Ochsner Park.

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Meyer, Tammy Lee age 56 of Montello

Tammy Lee Meyer, age 56, of Montello, Wisconsin died Saturday, June 27, 2020 at her home in Montello,  Wisconsin.

A small celebration of life will be held at her son, Nicholas’s house on July 24th.

Tammy was born July 24, 1963 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Norman Wayne Krukowski and Ruth Schmewer. She was the oldest of their 3 children.

Reps. Kind, Smucker, Harder, and Marshall Lead Bipartisan Letter Urging Swift Negotiations with Japan to Not Leave Dairy Farmers Behind

46 of their colleagues sent a bipartisan letter to United States Trade Representative (USTR) Robert Lighthizer and United States Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue urging their offices to work swiftly on a comprehensive Phase Two trade agreement with Japan.

Single Vehicle Accident Vernon County

Vernon County Sheriff John B. Spears reports a single-vehicle crash occurred Wednesday morning, July 8, 2020, at approximately 5:45 AM in the town of Viroqua. Youssef El Massoudi, age 37, of Viroqua, WI was operating a compact car eastbound on State Highway 56, just east of the city of Viroqua when he lost control while negotiating a curve to the left. The vehicle slid across the roadway narrowly missing two oncoming motorists. The vehicle went off the left side of the roadway, travelled up and embankment, and overturned. The operator sustained non-life-threatening injuries and was transported to Vernon Memorial Healthcare by Gundersen Tri-State Ambulance.
The crash remains under investigation by the Vernon County Sheriff’s Office.

Schroeder, Brenda Lee age 67 of Camp Douglas

Brenda Lee Schroeder, age 67, of Camp Douglas, WI passed away on June 6, 2020.  She grew up in rural Camp Douglas, WI.  She was the daughter of Duane Eldon Schroeder and Genevieve Hilda Swoger and was born on April 29, 1953 in Mauston, WI.  She started her school days at Orange Mills and from there to Hustler Middle School and graduated from New Lisbon High School.  She attended the University of La Crosse and received a degree in Elementary Education.

Community Survey Results Show Community Supports Addressing District Facility Needs, New Elementary School

The School District of Mauston Board of Education learned the results of the recent community survey during a presentation by School Perceptions, LLC, the firm that conducted the survey. The survey asked the community to weigh in on a variety of facility maintenance projects, the possibility of building a new elementary school, and the future of Lyndon Station Elementary School.

Transportation Aid for Local Governments

Gov. Tony Evers and Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) Secretary-designee Craig Thompson today announced more than $160 million in transportation aid for local governments as part of the governor’s 2019-21 biennial budget. Local governments will receive quarterly payments this week totaling $160,249,246