JOHNSON CREEK — U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., announces that his staff will be available for mobile office hours at the Johnson Creek Village Hall board room, 125 Depot St., on Monday, Oct. 21, from 10 to 11 a.m.
For 34 years, the response from individuals, organizations, clubs and businesses has made the Fort HealthCare Partners Love Light Tree project a successful annual event, exemplifying the spirit of giving.
Residents are encouraged to mow and mulch their leaves into their lawn. Mulched leaf litter is a good addition to a healthy lawn. For those who wish not to mow their leaves — the City of Fort Atkinson’s leaf pickup is scheduled from Oct. 28 to Nov. 22. Leaf pickup will start on Oct. 28, in t…
JEFFERSON — The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office released reports in the last three days on 31 traffic crashes, which injured three people and resulted in two citations.
WATERTOWN — The Watertown Players will be holding auditions for its next show, “Love, Loss, and What I Wore” this Saturday, Oct. 19, from 10 a.m. until noon at The Watertown Players Theater, 210 S. Water St, located in the Market, Watertown.
WHITEWATER — Country music star Pam Tillis will bring her unmistakable sound to the Young Auditorium in Whitewater for an intimate acoustic performance.
MILWAUKEE — Shopping for Halloween should be fun — not terrifying. With so many costume and decoration ideas, it’s hard to choose what to buy, and where to buy it from.
WATERTOWN — The Watertown FFA Alumni will be hosting its annual fish and chicken fry at Turner Hall, 301 S. 4th St. in Watertown, on Friday, Oct. 18, from 5 to 8 p.m.
MADISON — The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) now is accepting applications for the fifth year of its Fabrication Laboratories (Fab Labs) Grant Program, which provides funding to help public schools build or expand fab labs.
Nelson’s Bus Service, Inc. and the Whitewater FFA Chapter, above, are teaming up again for this year’s 11th annual Stuff the Bus. The main objective of this food drive is to get the students of the Whitewater Unified School District, local area businesses and the Whitewater community involve…
WATERTOWN — The Watertown Players production of “Little Shop of Horrors” will finish its run with performances this Friday, Oct. 18, and Saturday, Oct. 19, at 7 each night, and a special matinee on Sunday, Oct. 20, at 2:30 p.m.
“Doctor Dogs: How Our Best Friends are Becoming Our Best Medicine” by Maria Goodavage, c.2019, Dutton, $28, 353 pages.
There is more data recorded and used on farms today than at any time before. On Wednesday, Nov. 6, Professional Dairy Producers (PDPW) presents the next PDPW World Class Webinar – Cybersecurity Management, to assist dairy producers in protecting their dairy’s data and legacy from a cyber-attack.
This year not only has been a year of contraction in cow numbers in the United States but also around the world as some of the major milk producing countries reduced cow numbers.
JEFFERSON — The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office released 21 traffic crash reports Tuesday, 16 of which were vehicle-deer crashes and the remainder fender-benders with no resulting injuries or citations.
JEFFERSON — The Christmas Neighbors program will celebrate its 67th year of helping low income families and their children when they begin taking applications on Oct. 28.
WHITEWATER — Starting in fall 2020, the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater College of Business and Economics will deliver a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in business analytics.
The Wisconsin Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network, a key component of the University of Wisconsin System’s statewide business outreach, has earned national accreditation through 2024.
The Fort Atkinson Club Community Center offers the Chamber Series Concerts, a free classical styling concert to the community.
Ann Engelman, of 428 E. Sherman Ave. in Fort Atkinson, is this year’s winner of the improving your backyard for wildlife contest, sponsored by the Friends of Rose Lake.
The School District of Fort Atkinson will be holding a free Parent Engagement Night event for families of children with special needs in grades four-year-old kindergarten to fifth grade.
WHITEWATER — In a ceremony at Whitewater Middle School on Sept. 25, the five Whitewater Unified School District schools were recognized as having qualified for the Project ADAM Heart Safe Schools program.
WATERTOWN — As she sat in the crowd filled with thousands of students and spectators waiting for her name to be called at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s graduation ceremony last December, Kalee Lafler couldn’t help but think of her mother.
MILWAUKEE — Jim Popp, president and CEO of Johnson Financial Group, announces that Dan Defnet has been named president of Johnson Bank, which is a part of Johnson Financial Group, a Wisconsin-based, privately-owned financial services company offering banking, wealth and insurance solutions t…
WHITEWATER — For the Whitewater High School Girls Tennis Team, pink shirts and tennis balls were the color of choice in hosting the 13th Annual JV Gilda’s Club Invitational Tournament in support of Gilda’s Club of Madison.
Fort Community Credit Union (FCCU) recognizes six team members for recently earning their Certified Credit Union Financial Counselor (CCUFC) designation. To receive the CCUFC designation, each team member completed a rigorous training program aimed at identifying member financial challenges,…
MILWAUKEE — In light of recent headlines in the news concerning solidifying a preferred college for higher education, the Wisconsin Better Business Bureau remains committed to educating consumers about additional, relevant college scams.
JEFFERSON — Jefferson Utilities, the community’s locally owned, not-for-profit municipal utility, attended the WPPI Energy Annual Meeting Sept. 19.