My friends please call Representative Jon Plumer at 608-266-3404 and thank him for protecting our farmers and manufacturers while helping Tony Evers keep his campaign promise of tax breaks to the middle class. I know Democrats don’t think it is necessary to keep their campaign promises, Repu…
Happy New Year. I hope you were one of our lucky winners in the Community Club Annual Scholarship Raffle., as 133 prizes were awarded this year and club members have been busy delivering the prizes. Top winners this year are:
It feels like being kind and unselfish is disappearing from the American culture. Keeping and gaining political power seems to be the first consideration in every decision made in government. Why is loyalty to a political party so sacred that good people treat others who disagree with them i…
Tony Evers shares a background in education and an open-minded independent attitude with another former Wisconsin Governor. Governor Lee Dreyfus (1978-1982) was the chancellor of University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point before becoming governor. Dreyfus was flamboyant wearing a red vest to be r…
On Jan. 8, 2019 the Sauk Prairie Optimist Club is joining with Optimist International to celebrate their 100th year of service. Optimist Clubs around the nation and world have been "bringing out the best" in our youth, our communities, and ourselves for a century. Countless lives have been p…
A huge thank you to all of the donors and all of the volunteers who came to Graceway Church on Dec. 17 for the American Red Cross Blood Drive. We collected enough units to potentially save 130 lives. May you all be blessed during this magical holiday season.
It is the season of gratitude when we celebrate peace, reflect on our humanity, and resolve to do better in the coming year. Sadly, a few days after the new year starts a small number of individuals will descend upon our town to kill as many coyotes as they can to feed their egos. We are ref…
The Thanksgiving Fellowship Meal Committee for 2018 thanks the following supporters, American Data, BMO Harris Bank, Ballweg Auto Group, Bank of Prairie du Sac, Cedarberry Inn, Culver’s Franchising System, Dorf Haus, Kayser Chrysler, Maplewood of Sauk Prairie, McFarlanes’ Retail & Servic…
Like thousands of you, I reached out to my state representatives and requested they vote no to the lame duck legislation rushed through, mostly in secret, by majority leaders in Extraordinary Session.
On Dec. 7, I read the opinion piece written by State Sen. Howard Marklein that was posted online for the Reedsburg Times-Press and re-posted on the Baraboo News Republic.
Our democracy is being sold and it feels like a majority of Americans either don’t understand or don’t care. The huge tax cuts given went primarily to the wealthy and financed many political campaigns. Those same tax cuts created an enormous increase in the national debt because government e…
The reason that my son enlisted into the Marine Corp and gave his life to fight tyranny, terrorism, and bring democracy to countries that are ruled by dictatorships was Sep. 11, 2001. His deployment was to Afghanistan, a country that has been in civil unrest for centuries.
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 can't believe the Sauk Prairie Market , after all the news and recalls on tainted romaine lettuce and advice to everyone to throw it out, still has it for sale at their grocery store. And even worse, the have it marked down to encourage their customers to purchase it.
This is our 20th Annual Caring Tree. The trees have been at local businesses, restaurants, libraries and churches since Nov. 6 and tags will be available through Dec. 9. Please bring your unwrapped gifts back to the tree where you took the tag by Dec. 15.
On behalf of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1916, 200 Veterans Drive, Reedsburg, thank you for the many years of patronage at our monthly breakfast. Veterans day, Nov. 11, 2018 will be our last scheduled breakfast.
November 12-16, 2018, is the 97th annual American Education Week. This week has been observed since 1921, when both the National Education Association and the American Legion adopted resolutions to raise public awareness of the importance of education. American Education Week presents all Am…
A very grateful and grand “thank you” goes out to all of those helpful community members who made our recent Sauk Prairie Pioneer Day trip a great experience for our fourth grade students and families.
AFS-USA, a leader in high school exchange for more than 70 years, invites families of all kinds in the Sauk Prairie and Baraboo area to become hosts for international students. Hosting provides individuals, families, and communities with opportunities to learn about new cultures while sharin…
I have had the privilege of serving with Jon Plumer on the Town of Lodi Town Board now for the past two and a half years. He has been an excellent representative of the taxpayers of the town. He has been instrumental in helping to keep our taxes low, our roads in excellent repair, our parks …
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.
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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