WHITEWATER — Glen Ledbetter pulled his truck into an empty parking lot and waited for his co-worker, who rode in on a motorcycle.
One Fairhaven Senior Services resident in Whitewater is keeping changes brought by the pandemic in perspective, recalling the Nazi invasion of her Denmark home. Others shared how they’re getting by, too.
JEFFERSON — The Jefferson County Health Department was already cranking at full-tilt before the COVID-19 pandemic, then during the lockdown — before the state’s Supreme Court decided state businesses could reopen.
WATERTOWN — A historian by training who now is running Watertown’s Literatus and Co. coffeeshop and bookstore, Wes Crnkovich saw opportunity in the midst of crisis.
JEFFERSON — On March 13, the last day before the School District of Jefferson closed for spring break, students learned that they’d have an extended hiatus from classes due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The United Way of Jefferson & North Walworth Counties has issued its second round of COVID-19 relief support to five area school districts and two local nonprofit partner agencies.
These stories are part of a weekly series exploring the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on members of the Fort Atkinson community. If you would like to add your story to the series, please contact either John Callan (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jim Marousis (email@example.com).
JEFFERSON — As businesses reopened across the state, a stark reminder that COVID-19 remains a threat came Friday as the Jefferson County Health Department confirmed that another resident has died due to infection.