The Reedsburg United Methodist Church welcomed the Rev. Dan Dick and his wife Barbara for a historically themed outdoor sermon Aug. 29.
From Margaret Thatcher’s iron to Liberace’s ivory, Sauk Prairie native Bill Shinker’s client list was a star-studded, internationally known array of historic, pop culture and sports icons.
Editor’s Note: This is the first of two articles regarding the Sauk Prairie School District’s opening of the newly constructed Bridges Elementary School in Prairie du Sac and the significant expansion of Tower Rock Elementary School in the town of Denzer.
When the Spellman Monument building was added to the National Register of Historic places by the National Park Service this summer it was the culmination of a lot of hard work.
PRAIRIE DU SAC — There will be Badgers and Packers backers, Madison County trackers, clogging clackers and the infamous cow crackers at the 41st annual Wisconsin State Cow Chip Throw and Festival beginning today.
A group of about 70 people cheered as Ho-Chunk Nation biologist Randy Poelma told the people gathered at the gates to the Sauk Prairie Recreation Area that the Ho-Chunk Nation hopes the entire site is renamed.
MADISON – A former Baraboo man’s convictions for killing his twin infant children in 2008 were upheld Thursday after an appeals court agreed that police had lawfully entered his house and obtained evidence used at trial.
Hesitation and a little nervous laughter accompany some of David Armstrong’s answers to questions about staffing at the University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County. That’s because his job is on the line.
Administrative changes and cuts affecting the University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County have a local leader concerned about the impact the changes may have on the community.
The Sauk Prairie School Board agreed to pay its dues to the Wisconsin Association of School Boards on Aug. 24 after accepting an explanation about the organization’s support for a repeal of the state’s prevailing wage law.
The small remnants of what had been 14,000 acres of native Wisconsin prairieland more than 100 years ago will be the focus of a series of tours in a day-long educational event Saturday.
The Sauk Prairie School District has developed a policy to comply with a new state law requiring home-schooled students be allowed to participate in team sports, but local officials say no home-schooled students have sought to play.
Anglers and eagle watchers won’t be able to access the public access area near the Prairie du Sac Hydroelectric Dam for a few days in October when workers will remove electric lines that have towered above the structure for a century.
Local winemakers know their product will never replace beer as the drink of choice in Wisconsin. But with local winemaking experiencing resurgence in recent years, consumers are enjoying a tasty change of pace coming from wineries close to home.
Sharing music and memories, Sue Halloway’s students, friends and colleagues took to social media Aug. 23 with an outpouring of tributes following the news of her passing that afternoon.
Jean Brew has been collecting rare Ball jars and other food preservation items for 40 years. This weekend, she is sharing her collection in the Women’s Event Building at the 52nd annual Badger Steam & Gas Engine Club show.
Citing a desire to maintain checks and balances, the Sauk County Board rejected an ordinance change Tuesday that would have removed a committee from the process of firing department heads.
It didn’t rain, but it poured for more than 1,000 estimated guests at the new Wollersheim Winery’s Distillery on Aug. 15, only a year and ten days after ground was broken for construction in Prairie du Sac.