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Incident of Burglary and Criminal Damage to Property in the Town of Lemonweir

There was an incident of burglary and criminal damage to property in the Town of Lemonweir. Sometime between 4pm Friday, September 9, and 8am Saturday, September 10th, an unknown person entered a residence on Highway 58. Police say the kitchen door had been pried open and there was minor damage to the door and frame. There More >

Blood Drive at Necedah School on Monday, September 19

There will be a blood drive at the Necedah Area Schools on Monday, September 19th. The blood drive will be held from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm in the Multi-Purpose Room. All presenting donors will have the chance to win two tickets to Lambeau Field. Call 877-232-4376 to make an appointment. For more information, contact More >

Drive 4UR School Event Raises Over $1500 for Wonewoc-Center School

In August, Koenecke Ford held the Drive 4UR School event at the Wonewoc- Center School. As a result of that, and with the help of the communities, just over $1500 was raised for the school from Ford! Deb Myers from Koenecke Ford is shown presenting the check to Mrs. Gibbons for the school. The money More >

Mile Bluff Medical Center Receives New Equipment to Help With Cataract Removal

Cataract removal is one of the most common, safe and effective surgical procedures performed in the United States (nearly 4 million in 2015).  Thanks to the purchase of the CENTURION® Vision System, patients receiving care in Mile Bluff’s operating room (OR) are experiencing even better outcomes and improved recovery times after cataract removal. A cataract More >

Incident of Theft in the Village of Necedah

There was an incident of theft in the Village of Necedah. Sometime between 9pm Friday, September 9, and 1pm Sunday, September 11th, an unknown person entered a residence on 1305 South Main Street. Police say items taken during the incident were a portable safe and a jar of loose chabge. The victim said there were More >

Village of Oakdale Seeks Input for Strategic Plan

The Village of Oakdale is holding a brunch meeting for residents, business owners and others interested in the future of the community on Saturday, Sept. 17 at 9:30 a.m. at the Oakdale Village Hall, 133 Well Drive, to collect comments and ideas for the village’s Strategic Development Plan. “Planners cannot do a good job unless More >

New Softball Field Location on Hold for New Lisbon School District

The New Lisbon School Board tabled an action item regarding the new softball field location at its meeting on Monday night. The softball field is part of the New Lisbon Educational Foundation’s Athletic Field Project, and it was originally planned to relocate the softball diamond partially where Washington Street is located and also use property More >

Sauk County Holds “Clean Sweep Program” October 1

Sauk County is hosting another “Clean Sweep” event on Saturday October 1 from 8:30 a.m. to noon at the former Sauk County landfill located at E8795 Evergreen Lane, Baraboo.  Clean Sweep is an opportunity for homeowners, businesses, and agricultural enterprises to dispose of hazardous products/items that pose an environmental risk. Sauk County households will be More >

Moundview Seeks Approval to Partner with Gundersen Health System

Moundview Memorial Hospital & Clinics’ Board of Directors will seek approval for a formal partnership with Gundersen Health System at the hospital’s Annual Association Meeting on Monday, Oct. 17. If approved, the partnership will enhance medical services in Adams-Friendship and the surrounding area. “Moundview is a high quality, financially stable organization that enjoys considerable market More >

Mauston Common Council Approves Police Department Purchase Request

The Mauston Common Council approved a police department purchase request at its meeting on Tuesday night. Mauston Police Chief Michael Zilisch said the department hasn’t had a lieutenant since he was hired to the chief’s position in February, giving the department salary/benefit savings in its operational budget. Zilisch said this was an opportunity to catch More >