Coter is a 4-year-old pitbull terrier mix packed with personality. He has been searching for his forever home since May 2018. Although protective of his space inside, he is much calmer outside of his kennel. Coter’s favorite thing is a giant ball and will spend hours entertaining himself wit…

The Sauk Prairie Community Club held its monthly meeting at the Eagle Inn Restaurant on Jan. 8.  The featured speakers were Joan Mack, R.N., and Deborah Johnson, L.P.N. from the St. Vincent de Paul CARE and Recovery Program.  They spoke about the CARE program and how it got started and how i…

Spring Green Area Arts Coalition and the Sauk County UW-Extension, Arts, and Culture Committee will host the free workshop, “Write a Grant Tonight!” from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Jan. 17 upstairs at The Shed, 123 N Lexington St., Spring Green.

The Dec. 13 meeting of the Sauk County Institute of Leadership featured a session titled “Can a Good Leader Act Like a Clown?” Despite the whimsical headline, the group paid serious attention to Karen DeSanto, former professional clown and current executive director of the Boys & Girls C…

United Cooperative’s Scholarship Program awards $1,000 scholarships to 40 to 50 high school seniors and current college/technical school students who are continuing their full-time education in 2019-2020. Scholarship applications are available at unitedcooperative.com. The deadline to apply …

The Aging & Disability Resource Center of Eagle Country-Baraboo/Sauk County will hold a free presentation, “I’m Medicare Eligible/Turning 65: Now What?” at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 15 in Room B30, West Square Building, 505 Broadway St., Baraboo. The presentation is tailored to people cons…

Frankie is a 1-1/2-year-old rough coat collie who has spent most of his young life outdoors. He is a happy-go-lucky dog who loves people. Frankie cannot live with cats or small critters but gets along well with most dogs. Frankie is neutered and current on vaccines and ready to join your family.

Sauk County Conservation, Planning and Zoning will team with Compeer Financial and Natural Resource Conservation Service to host a seminar on grazing dairy heifers from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 15 at Sauk County West Square Building, Room B-30, 505 Broadway, Baraboo.

University of Wisconsin-Extension will host a meeting for farmers interested in learning about the new Dairy Revenue Protection program, a new federal insurance tool, with a quarterly payout to dairy farms when milk revenue falls below their insured revenue level at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 1…

The Sauk County UW-Extension Office is updating the Sauk County Farm Connect Guide, a directory designed to help Sauk County area producers reach more customers interested in buying local goods like meat, vegetables, honey, syrup, flowers and other agricultural products directly from the fol…

Ray Archuleta, a nationally recognized agronomist, soil scientist and co-founder of Soil Health Consultants will speak on the topic of soil health and farm profitability at a one-day workshop from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 7 at Baraboo Arts Center, 323 Water St., Baraboo. Registrati…

Sauk Area Climate Awareness and Action will sponsor a free public screening of the award-winning film “Living in the Future’s Past” from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 26 at Bonham Theatre & Video, 564 Water St., Prairie du Sac.

The Free Congregation of Sauk County, a Unitarian Universalistic fellowship located at 307 Polk St., Sauk City awarded grants to assist the refugee settlement for a Vietnamese man in Reedsburg of $400, to the Reedsburg Summer Outdoor Adventure Club of $500, to Kids’ Ranch of$500, to 6:8 Inc.…