Traditional country music fans will have the opportunity to see Wilson Fairchild live at the River Arts Center Sept. 21. The event is Wilson Fairchild’s first time performing in Sauk Prairie.
Prairie du Sac manufacturer Milwaukee Valve is being acquired by NIBCO, an Elkhart, Indiana-based business, company officials confirmed Thursday.
The Sauk County Health Department is urging people to stop using vape and e-cigarette products.
Despite a minor nationwide decrease in high school athletics participation, girls’ high school sports participation has remained strong.
Athletes are taught to keep their bodies in top condition in order to stay competitive, but more organizations are beginning to acknowledge the importance mental health has on physical health.
Sauk Prairie locals looking for a professional to handle their next tattoo have a new option: River Side Tattoo at 821 Water Street in Sauk City.
Authorities again are urging residents to lock their cars and houses after continued reports of people using stolen garage door openers to access properties.
No injuries were reported Sept. 17 after a drilling incident caused a gas leak in the parking lot of the Lake Delton Walmart.
Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Madison, stopped in the Wisconsin Dells Sept. 14 to discuss proposed legislation that would make a law providing a tax reduction for small breweries around the nation permanent.
The town of Roxbury may declare a state of emergency over Fish Lake Road’s condition. The move would be a means of expediting the bid process and enable work on improving the road to begin sooner, with winter approaching.
Baraboo leaders are on the hunt for potential new revenue streams to bolster city street maintenance funds.
It’s not hard for emergency dispatchers to discern the difference between a legitimate 911 call and a pocket dial, Sauk County Communications Supervisor Dena Weinke said.
Baraboo police say a man was arrested early Sunday without incident after authorities responded to a report of an armed, intoxicated individual.
Hikers at Devil’s Lake State Park may have noticed a helicopter hovering over the bluffs late last month as part of a practice rescue mission involving Baraboo first responders and multiple state agencies.
For expecting mothers, it can be difficult to anticipate what kind of services will be necessary when the baby comes, but for Tracie Brecka’s sister, she had a very specific scenario in mind.