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Local schools find free meals for students now and next school year as 'huge relief'

Local schools hope more students who need food will get it after the U.S. Department of Agriculture decided last month to keep reimbursing … Read more

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Greenfield town board member, set to turn 99, re-elected after 3 decades, lifetime of service

Town of Greenfield Board Supervisor John Geoghegan has spent his life in public service. Read more

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Sen. Tammy Baldwin touts addressing climate change in visit to Reedsburg organic dairy farm

U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Madison, visited an organic dairy farm in Reedsburg to learn about sustainable farming and tout the importance o… Read more

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Wisconsin Department of Tourism launches new report showing hiking, biking trail conditions

Outdoor enthusiasts have a new way to learn about trail conditions before heading to their chosen biking or hiking destinations, thanks to … Read more

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Necedah woman charged for cocaine, meth and THC following Mauston traffic stop

A Necedah woman was allegedly found with cocaine, methamphetamine and THC following a Mauston traffic stop where she yelled at a police off… Read more

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Classic cars cruise by Oak Park Place as Baraboo facility starts to resume activities

As the weather warms up and coronavirus restrictions ease, a Baraboo senior living facility has been starting to resume some activities for… Read more

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Sauk County health officer says vaccinated following up, officials still working on hesitancy

While the CDC released new information at the end of April showing that 8%, or more than 5 million people, have missed their second COVID-1… Read more

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Merrimac residents continue calling for action from Army on polluted water

The town of Merrimac is “fed up” with the U.S. Army’s inaction toward toxic environmental contamination at the nearby former ammunition fac… Read more