There is a music lesson interwoven within the Vietnam War if you listen closely.
Working at Opportunities Inc. has given Watertown resident Jessica Schluter a sense of empowerment, that she can achieve and contribute as part of a team.
JOHNSON CREEK — After going on sale Friday morning, tickets to the still-controversial comedienne Roseanne Barr’s performance April 17 at The Gobbler Theater are moving quickly.
JEFFERSON — The case of a man accused of second-degree sexual assault has been adjourned after both the defense and state asked for a delay of the jury trial scheduled for next week.
JEFFERSON — Jeff Okazaki brings a love of animals, a strong background in nonprofit work and a sound fiscal foundation as he takes over the helm of the Humane Society of Jefferson County.
There will be more options for students looking to get a nursing degree in Jefferson County after Madison Area Technical College announced Friday it is adding another program.
A light breeze spun the top of the windmill as Jerry Karrels looked up at the tall wooden structure to view the glistening metal at the top.
WHITEWATER – The Whitewater Arts Alliance (WAA) will celebrate 2019 at an annual meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 22 at 7 p.m. at the Cultural Arts Center on 402 West Main St. The meeting will feature a review of 2019, the election of board members and plans for 2020.
Until further notice, the Edwin Frohmader Post 1879 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars has closed its clubhouse on Vets Lane along the Rock River due to high water.
The Watertown Municipal Airport has problems with its runways that could be dangerous, the City of Watertown Finance Committee heard Tuesday.