Joshua Frank, a seventh grader from Fall River Middle School, took top honors at the 2015 Wisconsin National Geographic State Bee held at American Family Insurance.
Loren Glassbrenner and Joe Conlin will resume their positions on the school board along with rejoining member Dr. Bill Braun, (Braun had served on the board prior to the 2014 election).
Lineworkers play a vital role in the community, working in harsh weather and sometimes hazardous conditions to keep electricity flowing year-round and to restore power immediately during an outage.
It’s that time of year when the air warms just enough to keep the windows open during the day and gets you itching to declutter your wintered nest you call your home.
Jose Rivera has worn many hats over the years, but he was brought up by a family of mechanics, so it’s no surprise that when he had the opportunity to open up his own shop, a mixture of retail and restoration, he seized it.
Columbus School Board candidates were given the chance to voice their opinions at a Columbus/Fall River Rotary forum recently. People living in the Columbus School district will be able to vote for three candidates.
Columbus Fire Chief Randy Koehn offered the following information about burning and burning permits as people begin spring clean-up on their properties. Koehn said that requirements for burning permits vary from county to county, and even township to township.
Candidates for Fall River Village Board were able to voice their opinion at a recent forum hosted by the Columbus/Fall River rotary. Citizens of Fall River will be able to vote for three candidates on April 7.
FALL RIVER | Candidates for Fall River Village Board were able to voice their opinion at a recent forum hosted by the Columbus/Fall River rotary. Citizens of Fall River will be able to vote for three candidates on April 7.
Candidates for Fall River Village President got a chance to voice their opinions during a Columbus/Fall River Rotary forum. Fall River residents will get the chance to vote for one of the two candidates on April 7.
Three people were arrested Tuesday after a search of an apartment in downtown Columbus that is located across the street, but in the same block as the police department.
Rachel Damm of the Columbus FFA Chapter was selected to receive one of only 21 Washington Leadership Workshop Scholarships from the Wisconsin FFA Alumni Association, Inc.