WHITEWATER — The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources will hold a public meeting Dec. 17 in Whitewater to discuss a temporary fishing season closure on Cravath and Trippe lakes in Walworth County to conserve fish populations and habitat during a scheduled drawdown of water levels.
WHITEWATER — Whitewater seniors will screen the 1955 Christmas classic movie “We’re No Angels” on the center’s big-screen TV on Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. Popcorn and lemonade will be served.
The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office released reports in the last two days on 17 traffic crashes, resulting in one citation and no reported injuries. The tally included 10 vehicle-deer crashes and six minor fender-benders.
MILWAUKEE — The place seems like a dream come true: the right space, the right location, the right price. But is it really for rent? Or will the renter or traveler arrive to find their money gone with nowhere to stay?
WHITEWATER — Viewing post-secondary undergraduate education as offering students just early preparation for research that only can be conducted at the master’s or doctoral degree level clearly is a misconception that anyone attending the fall semester University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Under…
The Fort Atkinson Club and Fort Atkinson Community Theatre (FACT) will present “Season’s Readings,” a holiday reader’s theatre performance of several one-act plays: “The Case of the Blue Carbuncle,” “The Gift of the Magi” and “The Long Christmas Dinner.”
The Fort Atkinson Community Foundation announces the opening of a new fund, the V.C. and Blanche Helgren Martin Scholarship Fund, established by V.C and Blanche’s daughter, Pat Soderholm.
JEFFERSON — The Jefferson High School Chapter of the National Honor Society Induction Ceremony was held Oct. 29 in the JHS auditorium.
MADISON — The 2019 gypsy moth trapping season has ended and results are in: 52,396 moths were caught in 10,964 traps set in Wisconsin this summer as part of the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection’s (DATCP) Slow the Spread of gypsy moth program.
WEST ALLIS — Wisconsin State Fair officials are honored to announce they received 46 awards in various divisions and categories at the 2019 International Association of Fairs and Expositions (IAFE) Convention.
The Jefferson County Farm Bureau is promoting the 2019-20 Wisconsin Farm Bureau’s Ag in the Classroom essay contest for fourth and fifth grade students.
Pictured above are Jefferson County teens from Watertown High School, Lake Mills High School and Fort Atkinson High School who are members of JCC (Jefferson County Connections) who get together monthly to plan chemical-free events for teens and a yearly Youth Leadership Conference. The group…
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office released reports in the last four days on 24 traffic crashes, which injured five people and resulted in 15 citations. The tally also included 11 vehicle-deer collisions or near-collisions leading to crashes.
WATERTOWN — On Tuesday, Dec. 10, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., a Job Service career counselor will be available by appointment for resume review, job search assistance or help with filing for unemployment insurance at the Watertown Public Library, 100 S. Water St., Watertown. Call to schedule an in…
More students at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater at Rock County soon will be able to pursue engineering degrees thanks to a recommitment to a partnership and a commitment of resources to grow a longstanding program.
Modern Woodmen of America members in Fort Atkinson recently helped raise money for VOICES Jr. (Volunteer Organization Inspiring Choral Education in Students, middle school group) with a special fundraising event on Oct. 10.
On Oct. 19, the Jefferson 1/2 Mile ATV Club held its second annual “Save the Racks” ATV Fun Ride & Poker Run Fundraiser in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Rainbow Hospice Care recently received a generous donation, totaling $1,000, from the Jefferson County Tavern League. The Tavern League has been a loyal supporter of Rainbow Hospice Care, one of the state’s few remaining independent and non-profit hospice programs, since 2013. One of the key…
Tonight, Dec. 6, at 6, Mark Finnegan, of VetsRoll.org, will present on this innovative program for veterans and “Rosie the Riveters” at the Dwight Foster Public Library in Fort Atkinson.
Fort Atkinson area seniors! Join Merrilee Lee, director of the Hoard Historical Museum, on a virtual walking tour of downtown Fort Atkinson.
JEFFERSON — The Jefferson Area Senior Center is looking for volunteers interested in spreading some holiday cheer to children with a letter-writing project.
MILWAUKEE — Are you short on time? Need a last-minute gift? The answer just might be the gift card hanging on the rack near the register or in the greeting card aisle.