A commitment to growing its list of advanced placement course offerings has helped Wisconsin Dells High School land in U.S. News and World Report’s annual state and national rankings of U.S. high schools.
Bring your ag plastics and used waste motor oil to the Sauk County Highway Shop, 620 Highway 136, West Baraboo, from 10 a.m. to noon June 24. Farmers will be able to drop off their silage bags, bunker covers, net wrap, bale wrap, plastic feed bags, hoop film and waste oil. Plastic feed bags …
The streets are crowded with people coming in and out of souvenir shops, with a T-shirt and bag of chocolate.
The previous Families-in-Transition Support Network program, called “Stuff the Bus,” is evolving into a strong partnership with the school district and the organization is seeking community support to create a more sustainable and lower-cost school supply list for each and every student.
I would like all the members of our community to talk about a subject that is very near and dear to me. It is something that is considered taboo by most people today. In fact, you could call it the “S” word. Men do it way more times than women do. It is something that affects over 800,000 pe…
In spite of a chorus of protests from some local hoteliers and business owners, the Lake Delton Village Board on Thursday voted to “add teeth” to the section of the village’s municipal code that regulates local housing for seasonal workers.
Wisconsin Dells Mayor Brian Landers came away with a victory for his downtown cleanup campaign at the city’s Business Improvement District meeting Wednesday.
Taste of the Dells returns for its 10th year next weekend with a new downtown location but the same primary objective of the previous nine years — giving visitors a taste of what many of the area’s restaurants have to offer.
A man whose body was recovered south of the Kilbourn Dam on the Wisconsin River in Wisconsin Dells late Monday was identified Wednesday as Andreas S.C. Baban, 21, of Chicago.
Wisconsin Dells Mayor Brian Landers on Friday gave unequivocal notice to his colleagues in the city’s government and downtown businesses that he is not giving up on his effort to directly influence the appearance of the downtown as part of the city’s revitalization effort.
Even though the extreme change in local weather from Saturday to Sunday ended up driving local Memorial Day festivities indoors, early reports indicate that the weekend known for kicking off the local tourist season was a success in spite of the weather.
The strong and unpredictable currents of the Wisconsin River near the Kilbourn Dam in the Dells claimed the life of a 21-year-old Chicago man Saturday evening. Authorities had yet to release the man’s identity as of Tuesday afternoon.
New “feet-friendly” walkways and a rebuilt Ark are among the improvements in a $1.2 million renovation at Noah’s Ark Waterpark, which opens for the 2015 season today.
Memorial Day weekend kicks off the summer tourist season in Wisconsin Dells, and while plenty of local activities bespeak seasonal enjoyment, the primary community efforts these next three days focus on remembering the nation’s fallen veterans.
As the first woman president of the Wisconsin Dells school district’s Board of Education, Sherri Fedderly was somewhat befuddled Wednesday when she read a story in the Dells Events reporting that Lisa Delmore will be the first woman to hold that position.
BARABOO — It isn’t very often that you can see a PHOX and a Lion perform under a circus big top, but at 7 p.m. July 24, the award-winning indie pop band PHOX will take to the big top center ring at Circus World in Baraboo, with special musical guests Daniel and The Lion.
The owner of Dells Raceway Park in Lyndon has until July 1 to complete required improvements to the park’s campground or lose his town permit to offer camping at the park.