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Baraboo programs improve response to youth crises, but more funding, therapists needed

More than a year after the Baraboo community rose to action over a young girl’s suicide, local leaders see improvements in their work to re… Read more


Waupun grad Josh Knowlton embarks on biking throughout United States

Josh Knowlton, a 2013 Waupun High School grad, had an itch to bike America. So he that's what he did. He quit his job as a study abroad advisor, moved back home and started his journey.  Read more


Judge issues warrant for Spring Green man accused of sexually assaulting multiple women, child

Sauk County Circuit Court Commissioner Debra O’Rourke issued an arrest warrant Thursday for a Spring Green man facing charges for sexually … Read more


Dorf Haus earns “Best of” reader poll

The Dorf Haus family-owned second generation restaurant and banquet facility in Roxbury, has earned awards for its Friday fish fry, brandy … Read more


NASH COLUMN: Fight media bias by seeking out credible news sources

I never realized how many people believe lies over facts until I read that Tucker Carlson’s Tonight show on Fox News is the most watched ca… Read more

LETTER: $1,500 raised from meat raffle

Thank you to everyone who came to our Meat Raffle at Jack's Tap benefiting the Portage Historical Society and the Museum at the Portage. Yo… Read more



Photos: Olympic scenes from a sizzling Tokyo

With the temperature in Tokyo rising to 91 degrees Fahrenheit, here are scenes from Sunday's action at the Olympics in Japan. Read more


Today in history: July 25

In 1946, the United States detonated an atomic bomb near Bikini Atoll in the Pacific in the first underwater test of the device, and more e… Read more


Celebrity Birthdays: July 25

Here are some of the notable people celebrating birthdays today, including Iman, Matt LeBlanc, Miriam Shor, Verdine White, Wendy Raquel Rob… Read more


Today in sports history: July 25

In 1941, Lefty Grove of the Boston Red Sox wins his 300th and last game, beating the Cleveland Indians 10-6. See more sports moments from t… Read more


Photos: Remembering actor/comedian Jackie Mason

Actor/comedian Jackie Mason, a rabbi-turned-jokester, has died. He was 93. Here's a look at his career in photos. Read more


Photos: How the Olympic Village has evolved over the years

The athlete's villages of modern Olympics look a bit different than those of decades past. Here's a look. Read more