Apple growing in Wisconsin dates back more than 200 years, and while the history of growers in this region doesn’t go back that far, each has generations of production in their families.
Wine and beer lovers in New Lisbon are getting their turn to join in the fun, as the New Lisbon Chamber of Commerce is hosting their first ever Wine and Beer Walk.
If you’re on the lookout for anxiety, stress or pain relief in Sauk, Columbia or Juneau counties, the growing abundance of CBD oil might be just the thing to soothe what ails you.
A missing teen last seen in Reedsburg was found Oct. 16 by officers from the Richland County Sheriff's Department.
Baseball, apple pie, and… mosquitoes? Perhaps for not much longer, as Mauston is considering moving youth baseball from Marchowski Park to Jones Park.
The woman who authorities say admitted to causing the death of Christopher Lytle told authorities Thursday she believed her safety was threatened before shooting him.
The Columbia County Sheriff's Office received a report at 11:17 a.m. Saturday of a runaway horse pulling an unoccupied buggy on Highway 22, according to a press release.
St. Luke’s church in Glendale, near Elroy, has been added to the State and National Register of Historic Places. To celebrate, the St. Luke’s Auxiliary and Preservation Committee is holding an open house and hymn sing.,
The Baraboo Common Council approved action Tuesday aimed at closing a projected $245,000 budget shortfall by pursuing a street light utility fee and wheel tax.
E-cigarettes and vaping products have been on the market since the mid-2000s. Recently, the industry has underwent a crisis as the national death toll linked to vaping has grown to 18, with over 1,000 more people going to hospitals with vaping related lung injuries.
An Armenian man is facing up to 105 years in prison after his arrest for repeated sexual assault of a child.
PARDEEVILLE — County officials and state lawmakers said they are glad the Wisconsin Department of Transportation decided to widen the shoulders to 6 feet along Highway 22 to accommodate Amish buggy traffic.
For the second consecutive year, the Ringling Bed & Breakfast carriage house has been transformed into a meandering tour of terror in preparation for the Halloween season.
A Merrimac man was arrested Friday for allegedly operating while intoxicated after he was reported to police for driving erratically along Highway 78 with a passenger under 16 years old in the vehicle.
Two former Columbia Correctional Institution corrections officers were placed on probation Friday after they were found guilty of hurting an inmate and falsifying reports of the 2018 incident.
A Wausau man who was staying with a family in Lyndon Station is facing charges of sexual assault of a minor and child enticement.