Regional

Tue
22
Sep

Sauk County Gardener: Putting your gardens to bed

“Ah, September! You are the doorway to the season that awakens my soul... but I must confess that I love you only because you are a prelude to my beloved October.” — Peggy Toney Horton

Tue
22
Sep

Wonewoc student graduates from Bemidji

Carly Shore of Wonewoc has earned her degree from Bemidji State University.

Shore graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in science.

Bemidji State is located in Minnesota.

 

Tue
22
Sep

Shop Hop will take place

The Vintage Shop Hop is a go this year despite COVID-19.

Tue
22
Sep

Sauk County jobseekers invited to drive-through fair

Those looking for work in Sauk County can attend a different kind of job fair.

A drive-through fair will be held from noon to 4 p.m. Oct. 1 at the Sauk County Fairgrounds in Baraboo. Participants should not leave their vehicles. Instead, volunteers will bring them a bag with positions and information from employers.

Tue
22
Sep

Sauk County Drug Task Force arrests 2 on numerous charges

Two men were taken into custody Sept. 18 amid an investigation by the Sauk County Drug Task Force, Sauk County Sheriff’s Office and Sauk County Emergency Response Team.

Tue
22
Sep

Fermentation Fest tour has new route, will have special app this year

A Reedsburg-based celebration is spreading its roots.

Wed
16
Sep

Naturally Speaking: Frugivorous feeders


Robins that stay over during winter may rely on crabapple fruits because insects and earthworms are not out and about. (Jerry Davis photo)

It is food most times, not weather, which send animals scurrying to new locations when seasons change.

Birds, for example, are generally seed eaters, insect eaters or plant fluid consumers. Some are more generalists and consume a variety of energy sources.

Wed
16
Sep

Sauk County Gardener: Garlic and daffodils and mums – oh my!

“I see recipes calling for one clove of garlic. One clove of garlic is not enough for any recipe unless it’s a recipe for, ‘how to cook one clove of garlic’ – even in this case use two.” — Unknown

Wed
16
Sep

Kids from Reedsburg, Wonewoc finish 1,000 Books before Kindergarten

Graham Kruse, 5, and Harper Birdsill, 2, completed the 1,000 Books before Kindergarten challenge at the Reedsburg Public Library. This early literacy program is now available online. For more information about this program for children up to age 5, visit reedsburglibrary.beanstack.org.

Sat
12
Sep

Lake Redstone book will return to presses


Submitted photo

An out-of-print chronicle of Lake Redstone will soon be available once again for readers.

Author Don Grossnickle announced plans to do a commemorative memorial edition of “Building Lake Redstone: An Illustrated History.” Grossnickle wrote the book with Steve Blakeslee and Ike Isaacson, the lake’s developer who passed away in 2018.

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