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Local, award-winning filmmaker, Earl Martin, has three short films on the festival circuit right now with one film set to screen in Watertown in February.

The Midwinter Show Choir Concert is set this Sunday, Jan. 19, at 2 p.m. in the Fort Atkinson High School auditorium. Students from the Fort Atkinson Middle School and Fort Atkinson High School show choirs will present their 2020 competition shows. Shown above is the South High Street Singers…

JEFFERSON — The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office Wednesday released 16 recent traffic-crash reports, including a spate of weather-related accidents which took place over the weekend.

JEFFERSON — The spring rabies vaccination clinic, sponsored by the Humane Society of Jefferson County and Badger Veterinary Hospital of Cambridge, will be held at Jefferson County Fair Park on Saturday, March 21, from 1 to 4 p.m. Cost is $15 per animal and payment now can be made with cash, …

MILWAUKEE — As we hear news reports of the devastating fires in Australia that have destroyed about 18 million acres of land, many are quite moved to assist displaced families and wildlife, as well as for the brave firefighters battling the blazes.

Jefferson County Lodge No. 9 recently installed Lodge officers for 2020. They are pictured above, from left to right: Front row — District Deputy, Derek Henze; Junior Deacon, Jim Grenz; Senior Warden, Phil Graham; Worshipful Master, Scott Graham; Junior Grand Steward, Craig Froelich; Senior …

Agent Sherry Lange of Jefferson, above, has earned the prestigious AFLIC award from American Family Insurance. She joins a select group of agents who distinguished themselves in 2019 through outstanding sales of life insurance products offered by the company’s subsidiary, American Family Lif…

JEFFERSON — The following animals have arrived as strays at the Humane Society of Jefferson County, Jan. 6 and 7, and are seeking loving homes.

JEFFERSON — The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office released reports in the last three days on 21 traffic crashes, 17 of which were vehicle-deer collisions resulting in crashes and one of which was linked to slushy road conditions.

Safety patrollers in the School District of Fort Atkinson recently were honored for assisting their fellow classmates safely cross streets on their way to and from school during December. The students were treated to lunch at McDonald’s in appreciation of their efforts. They are shown above,…