WHITEWATER — Blueline Battery — at 1221 Innovation Drive, Whitewater — which makes a line of rechargable lithium ion batteries, recently closed on $500,000 from a group of Wisconsin-based angel investors and family offices.
MADISON — A new online exam is available for individuals to become temporarily certified until Oct. 31 as a commercial pesticide applicator.
WHITEWATER — The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Department of Music will be starting #MusicMondays on April 6, at noon, with a video performance by the Chamber Singers conducted by Robert Geherenbeck on the department Facebook page facebook.com/uwwmusic.
ROCK COUNTY, Wis. — The economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has caused an unprecedented spike in unemployment filings across the country, and local economic development officials are urging Rock County businesses to participate in a survey tracking the effects of the virus on all business sectors.
Watertown Regional Medical Center (WRMC) has added telemedicine to its primary care and specialty clinic offerings in Watertown and the surrounding communities.
WHITEWATER — Beginning fall 2020, the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater will offer the first online Master of Science in Business Analytics in the University of Wisconsin System.
MADISON — In announcing her decision to not seek re-election to the State Senate this fall, Senate Democratic Leader Jennifer Shilling, D-La Crosse, released the following statement:
Trinity Lutheran Church in Fort Atkinson recently presented a $5,000 gift to the Fort Atkinson Homeless Coalition. Trinity members are thankful for the compassionate work this group, headed by Jude Hartwick, is doing and wants to support it. Pictured above, presenting the check while heeding…
MADISON — The Wisconsin 4-H Foundation recently recognized partner AgCountry Farm Credit Services as a top 4-H donor.
WHITEWATER — The City of Whitewater Department of Public Works will conduct a leaf and yard waste collection the week of April 13-17 and week of April 20-24.
It was April, 2019, and the sights and sounds of a musical in progress filled the Jefferson High School auditorium: the smell of sawdust, sound of drills, bits of conversation between student and director, “and 1, 2, 3 ...” from Vocal Music Director Katherine Schereck as students launched in…
Jefferson County work ultimately is controlled by the U.S. Constitution, Wisconsin Constitution and laws, and by an elected board of supervisors.
MADISON — In accordance with Governor Tony Evers’ Safer At Home order (Emergency Order #12) during the COVID-19 public health emergency, the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) is extending pesticide applicator certifications until Oct. 31.
PALMYRA — The Palmyra village clerk on Monday announced changes in the Village of Palmyra’s polling places for the April 7 election due to the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
Pictured above are the students who recently were honored as safety patrol members of the month for March in the School District of Fort Atkinson for assisting their fellow students safely cross the streets on their way to and from school. The students were treated to lunch at Culver’s. The …
DELAVAN — The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) recently announced the six top candidates for the 73rd Alice in Dairyland, moving one step closer to the selection of the next Alice.
MADISON — As they prepare to submit nominations by March 31, eligible milk producers interested in running for the Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin (DFW) Board of Directors should be aware of the Department of Financial Institutions’ guidance on remote notarization.
Pictured above left, Western Waukesha County Dog Training Club Officer Mark Christiansen, left, receives a plaque of a shoulder patch from the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Unit for the club’s continued and ongoing support. He is flanked by Jefferson County Sheriff Paul Milbrath. Sho…
WHITEWATER — Two faculty members at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater have collaborated with engineers to produce a device that has received a U.S. patent.
MILWAUKEE — Better Business Bureau Serving Wisconsin wants the public to know that its staff is working and here to help in any way it can during these difficult times with the coronavirus pandemic.
Recently, Malickis Piggly Wiggly in Jefferson made a Round Up donation of $1,291.46 to the Jefferson Cab Rides for the Elderly. Pictured above at the check presentation are, from left to right — Judy Leipold, Cab Committee member; Michelle Bates, store manager; and Marla Michaelis, Cab Commi…
MADISON — AARP Community Connections, a new online platform launched by AARP Innovation Labs this week, allows users to organize and find local volunteer groups to help pick up groceries, provide financial assistance or lend emotional support to neighbors, friends and loved ones.
IXONIA — Ixonia Bank announces the addition of Chris Braatz to the Mortgage Lending team as its new assistant vice president of Retail Lending (NMLS# 553060).
”Virusphere: From Common Colds to Ebola Epidemics: Why We Need the Viruses that Plague Us,” by Frank Ryan, c.2020, Prometheus Books, $24, 278 pages.