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The Mount Horeb Police Commission has completed its first round of interviews and released the names of five candidates for the position of chief. The finalists are Donald Bomkamp, Lieutenant, Fitchburg Police Department; Eric Fisher, Chief of Police Poynette Police Department; Mark Garry II,...
She had a Doc McStuffins sphygmomanometer around her arm when I walked into the room. With her fourth birthday freshly behind her, she’d probably decided it was finally time to take stock of her health. When she heard me entering the room, she didn’t turn around right away. Rather, she slowly,...

Candidate Jessica Arrigoni.

The Tuesday, January 7 filing deadline has come and gone, and the April 7 Spring Election ballot is one step closer to being set.  As of press time there were three candidates and two seats up for grabs on the Mount Horeb Area Board of Education. School Board president Diana Rothamer has filed...
Following a two-week holiday break, the Sauk Prairie co-op hockey team got off to a slow start last Friday night. Seniors Camden Desroches and Riley Jelinek each recorded a hat trick, though, to rally the Eagles to an 8-2 victory over visiting McFarland in a non-conference game at the Sauk Prairie...
The Milwaukee Marquette boys swimming invite is the closest thing there is to the state meet during the regular season. There are 32 teams that descend on Marquette in a meet packed with many of the state’s elite swimmers. So Verona/Mount Horeb felt awfully good after finishing 10th among the 32...

Julia Magnuson and Mount Horeb’s girls basketball team fell to DeForest last Friday. News Publishing Co. photo by Mary Langenfeld.

At first glance, the numbers appear rather ugly. Delving a bit deeper, Mount Horeb’s girls basketball team took away several positives from its 73-41 loss to DeForest last Friday. The Norskies improved to 9-1 overall and 5-0 in the Northern Badger Conference. Mount Horeb slipped to 6-4 overall, 1-4...

Owen Ziegler and Mount Horeb’s boys basketball team fell to Reedsburg last Saturday. News Publishing Co. photo by Mary Langenfeld.

The injuries have mounted. Depth is razor thin. And they’ve hit the teeth of their schedule. Add it up and that’s a bad combination for Mount Horeb’s boys basketball team. The Vikings gave a valiant effort at No. 7 Reedsburg last Saturday, but eventually dropped a 71-52 decision. The Beavers...

Vikings coach Martha Koller Faust hugs one of her gymnasts during the meet on Saturday.

Protect your turf. Keep the tradition alive. That’s what Mount Horeb’s girls gymnastics team aimed to do at its own, 14-team invite last Saturday. Mission accomplished. Mount Horeb won its own invite after posting a season-high point total of 142.825. This marked the ninth straight year the Vikings...
As far as head starts go, you couldn’t ask for a better one than 18-year-old Kobi Johnson had. Johnson, who as a performer goes by the title “KobSin,” grew up at Forte Studios in downtown Mount Horeb, watching and listening as his talented parents trained young students in the performing arts.  “My...
The Mount Horeb Area Chamber of Commerce recently held its annual awards dinner (pictured above) and would like to thank the following outgoing board members for their years of service: Andy Baber, Farmers Savings Bank; Rod Hise, Rod Hise & Co., Ltd.; Lynn McFee, McFee on Main; Pat Taylor,...

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