JEFFERSON — Health officials are urging residents to wear a mask, social distance and wash their hands as Wisconsin hit its highest one-day total of positive COVID-19 cases Friday with 845.
JEFFERSON — The Jefferson County Fair has announced the winners of its annual Junior Amateur Talent Contest, which was held online Wednesday evening due to the coronavirus pandemic.
With hand sanitizer at the ready the Lakeside Lutheran High School Class of 2020 received their diplomas Wednesday, July 1. It was the school’s first ever outside ceremony, amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Whitewater man who shot and killed his brother-in-law in 2016 should get a new trial after an appeals court ruled that a Walworth County judge should have let the jury consider self-defense.
The Lake Mills Fire Department is mourning the loss of Mark Bentheimer, 55, who died last week after a four-month battle with leukemia. He was the department’s most senior captain.
MADISON — Tommy Thompson, the former Republican governor who took over as interim president of the University of Wisconsin System this month, said Thursday that he has requested $110 million in funding from Democratic Gov. Tony Evers to purchase masks and other equipment for campuses to safe…
With waves of heat come waves of boater traffic on Lake Koshkonong and the Rock River, and this year, perhaps due to increased interest in outdoor recreation resulting from COVID-19, boating traffic in on the increase, Rock River Safety Patrol (RRSP) Chief Ryan Peterson said.
New state school aid estimates detail a decline in funds next year for 114 Wisconsin districts, including Palmyra-Eagle, Jefferson and Waterloo in Jefferson County.
Elliot Truslow went to a CVS drugstore on June 15 in Tucson, Arizona, to get tested for the coronavirus. The drive-thru nasal swab test took less than 15 minutes.
JEFFERSON — Tomorrow’s Hope is all about health: promoting research, prevention, treatment, and care for people in the greater Jefferson County area who are affected by life-limiting illnesses.
Three months ago, the nation watched as COVID-19 patients overwhelmed New York City’s intensive care units, forcing some of its hospitals to convert cafeterias into wards and pitch tents in parking lots.