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The Intermediate Center recently collected items to donate to the area Giving Tree.  This is the 17th year the school has collected hats, socks, mittens, gloves, books, shampoo, conditioner, soap, toothpaste, dental floss, candy, and lotion.  Mrs. Fredrickson’s fourth grade classroom organized the...
The discussion around the Wisconsin Parental Choice Program (WPCP) and its impact on local district finances has, unfortunately, been filled with misinformation. The Department of Public Instruction (DPI) has given local districts incomplete data that makes it difficult for them to figure the true...
Dear Editor, This open letter written to the Mt. Horeb area community to thank everyone for the continuing support of our efforts to drill wells for the thirsty in Central America and as an invitation to any interested community members to consider participating in our next well drilling trip to...
This was the 27th year of the Mount Horeb Area Giving Tree, and it was a good one. We bought more gifts than ever (~600) for 63 seniors, 61 adults with disabilities, and 168 children. You, the public, purchased 85 percent of the gifts, the highest percentage ever. The rest of the gifts were...
Remember the adage “Follow The Money”? I believe it can be applied to actions in our current political climate from FoxCon to the recent attempt to exclude over 300,000 people from the voter roles I am deeply worried for our country. As a local Ag business owner for the past 3 decades I feel It is...
Just shy of two years ago, this column explored the heightened importance of open government when public health is at risk. Multiple examples showed the government was not sharing timely information with the public, or even other branches of government, on issues such as clean drinking water and...
120 Years Ago- Jan. 11, 1900 John Johnson of Harmony, Minn. is here on a visit, and is apparently enjoying himself among the fair ones of the village. Whether he will return single-handed as he arrived or not remains to be seen. It don’t pay to repair shoes if you can’t get the work done cheap and...
THURSDAY, JANUARY 9    Coffee with Dr. Salerno at Sjolinds, 9:00-10:30am     SATURDAY, JANUARY 11    “Jane Night”, honoring Folklore Village’s founder Jane Farwell. Potluck, 6:30pm, dancing, music & games. Admission charged.   Community Clothes Closet, open 10am-noon   MONDAY, JANUARY 13   ...
Join the Vermont Church Gathering Place to spend a cold January evening in the warmth of the desert southwest with the Cabin Fever Reliever at 7 p.m. on Sunday, January 12.   Inspired by the movie “Cars,” Eric and Joanie Haugen went down Route 66 from Amarillo to the Grand Canyon, stopping at...
No wait, free streaming content available with your library card? Yes! The Mt. Horeb Public Library is proud to offer our community hoopla digital, a new digital streaming service.   Library card holders can instantly access over 700,000 titles. This platform offers TV shows, movies, audiobooks,...

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