I am happy to see that you have brought back Phyliss Both the Sauk County Gardener and the two new additional writers Amie Landrie and Brian Landers. I would like to see more news about the Wisconsin Dells and Lake Delton Council meetings. There seems to be a shortage of what is reported of …

The Dells-Delton Community Supper has started its seventh year. This year the suppers will be a half hour later. Before the supper from 4:30-5 p.m. you can share and learn new things. Then you can enjoy Bingo from 5-5:30 p.m. The supper is served from 5:30-6:30 p.m. We have added one more do…

I want to give heartfelt congratulations to a very deserving individual. Dale Gray has been the softball coach at Wisconsin Dells for the past 31 years. Dale was recently elected into the Wisconsin Fast-Pitch Softball Coaches Association Hall of Fame. I can’t think of a more deserving person…

January 19 was a cold Saturday, yet lake ice was able to support several enthusiastic fisherfolks and their vehicles as they competed for the heaviest fish prizes offered by the Lake Mason Lions in their annual fisheree at Wagon Wheel Campground and boat landing.

On Feb. 21, a letter writer to Juneau County Star Times characterized political pundit Pat Nash as “delusional,” accused her of thinking “she should be the one to write Trump's State of the Union address” but supposedly “couldn't carry (Trump’s) water bottle across the street.”

The Wisconsin Dells Odyssey of the Mind teams and the Marion family would like to thank the all of the sponsors and families, friends and community members who showed their support at the Jan. 27 annual bowling fundraiser. We are happy to say that we had an extremely successful showing of su…

The Quilts of Valor National Sew Day brought 35 registrations for the event. About 30 ladies were piecing the blocks together for approximately 20 quilt tops. Some of the quilters brought in finished quilt tops to be forwarded to our long-arm quilters. We had at least five finished quilts br…

The Lake Delton Lions Club would like to thank all of our supporters, both businesses and individuals, for their contributions in 2018. Together, we were able to provide two scholarships to high school seniors, glasses for children and adults in need both in our community and around the glob…

I read with great interest, the Jan. 3 article in the Wisconsin Dells Events honoring long time resident and Lake Delton public servant, the late Frank Kaminski. Frank served on the Village Board either as a trustee or president most of the time I was employed by the police department, inclu…

As the year 2018 comes to a close, it's time to celebrate Christmas and to look forward to another New Year. We're blessed to have inherited such beautiful traditions from our ancestors with which to observe these important occasions, year after year.

Many thanks to Mark Enders (Regional Manager) of Denny's Restaurants and his entire staff for preparing and hosting the free community Thanksgiving Dinner on Nov. 22, which was enjoyed by an estimated 250 people. Thanks also to Eric Borota and his staff from Wilderness Resort for preparing t…

The Dells/Delton Parks and Recreation Department would like to thank The Keg and Keith Kohler for donating the turkeys and hams for our Senior Citizen Thanksgiving Potluck that was held Friday, Nov. 16. We had 60 people that attended. Thank you.

The 18th annual Sauk County TRIAD Senior Citizen Vehicle Winterization Safety Checks were recently completed in Sauk County. TRIAD is a cooperative effort between Senior Citizens, Police Departments and Sheriff's Departments in the community to work together to reduce victimization of Senior…

The Neenah Creek Elementary PTO held a Soup Supper fundraiser on Nov. 1. We would like to take this opportunity to say a special thank you to the following local businesses for their generous donations: The Cove, Club 23, Pizza Pub, Foxy’s and Fur Fin & Feather for delicious soups, Culve…

On Nov. 6, we, as a community, have an opportunity to make a difference. The School District is going to referendum for a new high school and upgrades to the current high school to make it a middle school.