Randall Bobholz, president of Farmers & Merchants Union Bank in Columbus, was recently honored with a prestigious award from the U.S. military.
The city of Columbus joined leaders across Wisconsin in designating Dec. 11 as “Dark Store Day” to draw attention to legislation designed to close the dark store loophole.
When Carl C. Frederick of Fall River stepped down from the Columbia County Board in September 1982 after 35 years on the board, his friend John Tramburg, also of Fall River, was tabbed to succeed him.
FFA roster: The FFA roster had to be submitted by Dec. 1. Columbus FFA has registered 117 FFA members so far this school year. We are up 11 members from last year.
A 23-year-old Dodge County man accepted a nine-month jail sentence Tuesday for dealing drugs, telling the court that he turned down a plea deal that called for 60 days of incarceration because he didn’t think the punishment was harsh enough.
Last week at Fall River High School, 60 volunteers led by Kids Against Hunger - Rock County Rotary Vice-President John Wong, packaged 24,403 meals for needy children in Nicaragua. It was coordinated by Rotary Club of Columbus/Fall River. Donors included American Packaging, American Family In…
The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train made its annual stop in Columbus on Sunday. Canadian Country artists Dallas Smith, Kelly Prescott and Terri Clark performed during the show. Here is a gallery from Sunday night's concert.
The Columbus School District made its case that recent report cards released by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction don’t present a complete picture of the district’s performance.
Look no further than this gallery of Wisconsin-themed tattoos for proof that state pride runs deep in the Badger State.
In Wisconsin's long, rich history, growing a beard wasn't a seasonal fling but a right of passage, a sign of manhood, and often a multi-year commitment to cultivating and sculpting a magnificent beard or moustache.