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120 Years Ago- April 26, 1900 A man in this town kept his family in the street all night one night this week, but this might have been worse, as the house was also in the street on its way to a new location. Adelsten Berge of Minneapolis delivered a temperance lecture and gave some fine harp music...
I could be kind and nice to Southwest Wisconsin and say that NO HARM will come to us by ATC/ITC (ATC American Transmission Company/International Transmission Company). We still have rights. But by signing a contract with them, many of the landowners’ rights will be taken away and their land or even...
It is past time to reopen Wisconsin from the Covid 19 shutdown.  The negative effects of Safer at Home are outweighing the benefits.  Where has the media attention been to the lives being destroyed or permanently altered in a deleterious way due to the shutdown of our economy and society?  Why are...
Despite knowing the cancelation of the remainder of the school year could be a possibility, the official announcement still caught us off guard. None of us want to believe it. Our students, especially our senior class, are such an important part of the High School’s success. Even though we are...
It’s objectionable the media condemned, ridiculed, and shamed President Trump’s legitimate ideas to look into “disinfectants” that might cleanse patients of viruses, such as heat, light, sunlight, ozone, hydrous chloride HOCl, and a UV injection. This character assassination has the same effect of...

Kimberly Sailor.

Mount Horeb poet Kimberly Sailor has earned a fellowship from the Martha’s Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing.  She says that during her time there, she will focus her writing on the intersection between homosexuality and Christianity, youth depression and suicidal ideation, and “discovering...

Tiffany King. 

Making a small, local business succeed is a challenge, even on a good day. What’s happened over the past two months is nearly unprecedented.  And the non-profit organization that works on behalf of local businesses and the local economy in Mount Horeb has been right in the middle of it, scrambling...
The Mount Horeb Area Board of Education met virtually April 6, running through various pandemic-related items and honoring the Mount Horeb High School State Champion Gymnastics Team as well.  While board members were still getting used to the new digital meetings designed to prevent the spread of...
Unlike most other municipal bodies during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Perry Town Board met in person for its April 14 meeting, convening at the town hall on County Highway A and maintaining social distancing rules while working through a lengthy agenda. There were also three members of the public...
Back in 1986, a dentist and a nurse moved to Middleton and started a humble store that sold mostly items related to birdwatching.  A few days ago, the company that evolved out of it won a major riflescope contract from the United States Army.  What happened in between is a success story that is...

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