The LaValle Public Library has been closed since the flooding this past year. St. Peter's Student Council led a book collection to help in re-stocking their book shelves and now it is time to deliver. The library is excited to be re-opening next week. Thank you to all who donated to a great cause.
Sauk County Home and Committee Education Organization from the Reedsburg Area are so proud to have Representative Ed Brooks, 50th District Assembly, be a Wisconsin Bookworms reader for 10 years to the Reedsburg Head Start children. We thank you, Representative Ed for taking time from your bu…
The 2018 season of giving began once again with a successful Thanksgiving Dinner Drive. The Critical Care Nursing Staff of Reedsburg Area Medical Center would like to extend a big thank you to the Viking Village Foods family for all of their hard work in helping us bring food to families in …
As a survivor of sexual assault, I’m proud to support Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin, bipartisan legislation to amend our state Constitution and give victims of crime equal rights in our legal system.
Reedsburg Area Helping Hands extends a heartfelt “thank you” to all businesses, churches, service organizations, volunteers and individuals in our communities who helped us through the Christmas Mitten program give those in need a very Merry Christmas. The donations of clothing, toys, food a…
The Rock Springs Library was impacted dramatically by the recent floods in August and September. However, thanks to the outpouring of community help, we were able to save the contents of our library. Thanks to Skinner Transport for loaning us two semi-trailers to store the library furnishing…
A national spotlight of shame hit Wisconsin, and I’m not talking about the Baraboo high school students who gave the Nazi salute. Rather it’s about adults who are engaging in un-American activities. It’s about our state Republican legislators who continue to undermine democracy with their di…
Each holiday season, the Reedsburg Revitalization Organization takes on the task of filling the 22 planters in Downtown Reedsburg with festive holiday greens. This year the Holiday Planters were sponsored by the Bank of Wisconsin Dells who covered the cost of the greenery and decorations and…
Following recent elections a young woman shared her experience that was so genuine I had to share it. She described her busy morning as she prepared her kids for day care and school. Her 7-year-old son would be able to go along to the polls before school, if they hurried.
Each year, a Sauk County Wisconsin Wins Team, which consists of an adult supervisor and area youth, conduct tobacco compliance checks at local businesses. They record whether or not the underage youth are able to purchase tobacco products from the retailers.
I want to thank the voters of Wisconsin for turning out to support our Democracy. Without active voters, all hope for fairness and equality and opportunities for all will be lost. And thank you to the voters who supported Evers, Barnes, Kaul, Godlewski, and LaFolette. Whether you voted for t…
The Reedsburg State Bank participated in its ninth annual food pantry challenge. branches of Baraboo State Bank competed to see which one could collect the most donations for their respective pantries. Reedsburg State Bank would like to thank all of the people that dropped off both food and …
As a pro-life voter, I have occasionally been castigated for being a “single issue voter.” I don’t mind being called names, but the inconsistency of my critics deserves some scrutiny.
A political candidate who seeks election in an area where they have no local connections, Tony Kurtz is a serial carpetbagger. In 2014 he moved into the 2nd congressional district to run against Ron Kind. In 2017 he moved into the 50th district to run against Art Shrader.
Republicans Senator Howard Marklein and Assembly candidate Tony Kurtz declined a recent invitation to attend a public listening session hosted by Reedsburg Area Concerned Citizens.
Last Friday at a Mauston campaign stop, Leah Vukmir refused to address her position on the Managed Protection Program, an important insurance for dairy farmers. Even though she flatly avoided the question we learned quite a lot.
Living in rural Wisconsin, I have developed a great appreciation of our state’s natural resources. I don’t think that anyone can argue that these resources have taken a big hit during the last eight years.
In this election season, it is vital that everyone distinguish fact from fiction and truth from “alternative-truths.” It is not always easy to separate the two when political opinions are easily confused with facts.
Howard Marklein ran for Assembly in 2010, and as an elected official from Sauk City asked for my endorsement. He is using the same rhetoric for his re-election bid in 2018. “I am a CPA.”
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