Toilet paper isn’t the only item there’s been a run on in the coronavirus era.
- UPDATE: Jefferson County's confirmed COVID-19 cases at nine
- Update: Seventh coronavirus case in Jefferson County
- Hearts up!
- Whitewater neighbors lift voices, spirits
- Two local businesses respond to state price-gouging notices
- Grocery store workers, customers protected by plastic
- Watertown woman creates Jefferson County COVID-19 Facebook group
- 12 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in county
- Govenor Evers' order in full
- Three seeking two Fort Atkinson council seats
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- City taxi drivers will now make food runs
- All Fort non-essential city services remain on hold
- Watertown School administration adopts pass/fail grading
- Local churches get creative to stay in touch
- Watertown hospital gets first confirmed COVID-19 case
- Eagles to co-op with Cambridge in gymnastics
- Milton students experience technical difficulties
- City of Whitewater to consolidate polling places
Local Info and Services
- Jefferson police reports April 1
- Fort Atkinson police reports April 1
- Wisconsin 4-H Foundation recognizes partner AgCountry Farm Credit Services as top 4-H donor
- Jefferson police reports March 31
- City of Whitewater to conduct leaf and yard waste collection
- JHS Eagle Theatre honors retiring vocal music director Katherine Schereck
- Fort Atkinson police reports March 31
- Jefferson police reports March 29-30
- Fort Atkinson police reports March 30
- Turn on lights, don't read at night, and 'Gone at Midnight' could be just right
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