Regional

Thu
07
Dec

Naturally Speaking: White-tailed deer


White-tailed deer. (Photo by Jerry Davis)

The white-tailed deer, aka Virginia deer, aka whitetail, and aka Odocoileus virginianus is Wisconsin’s state wild game animal, along with 20 and more state symbols. 

Thu
07
Dec

Cooperative announces top cows as of September

South Central DHI has released its list of best-performing animals as of September.

P-3307 of Bells Udder Farm in Camp Douglas was the top Holstein. She produced 51,430 pounds of milk that tested 3.6 percent and 5058 cheese yield.

Thu
30
Nov

Help is available for struggling Alliant Energy customers

For the third consecutive year, Alliant Energy has donated $4 million to its Hometown Care Energy Fund to help customers who struggle financially to pay their energy bills. The funding is split evenly between customers in Iowa and Wisconsin.

Thu
30
Nov

Ho-Chunk Nation wins Emmy


The Ho-Chunk Nation and Discover Wisconsin won an Emmy for a short about a native artist. (Submitted photo)

Discover Wisconsin and the Ho-Chunk Nation won an Emmy Award at the 65th Chicago/Midwest Emmy Awards.

Thu
30
Nov

Sauk County member elected to state leadership council


Grace Carter was elected during the Fall Forum Nov. 4-5 in Green Lake. Carter is a member of Webster’s Prairie 4-H Club. (Submitted photo)

A Sauk County 4-H member has been chosen to be part of the Wisconsin 4-H Leadership Council.

Grace Carter was elected during the Fall Forum Nov. 4-5 in Green Lake. Youth and adults from across the state applied to be part of the new council.

Thu
30
Nov

Salmonella could be linked to cantaloupes sold in Wisconsin

Wisconsin is one of the more severely affected states in a nationwide outbreak of salmonella, which may be linked to cantaloupe.

According to the FDA, nearly 100 people have been sickened and 45 have been hospitalized. Two deaths have been confirmed as a result of salmonella.

Wed
22
Nov

Historical Perspective: Sauk County’s only Revolutionary War veteran


Wis. State Old Cemetery Soc. and Fay Robinson Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution members install a marker at the Dellona Center Cemetery grave of John Greenslit in 1975, the only Revolutionary War veteran buried in Sauk Co. Back row from left are Genevieve Parsons, Ena Moll and Raymond Seger; front row from left are Ruth Burmester, Jill Vladik, Mark Vladik and Bette Hall. (Submitted photo)

Private John Greenslit is the only known veteran of the Revolutionary War (1775-83) to be buried in Sauk County.

The Greenslade family immigrated to the new colonies from England around 1642 when Thomas and Ann arrived on the shores of America.

Wed
22
Nov

Lights display draws viewers from across state

A seasonal lights display that brings guests from all over has set up shop for its 12th year.

The Holiday Rotary Lights in the Park opened Nov. 22 and will continue through Dec. 31. It takes place at Krouskop Park in Richland Center.

Wed
22
Nov

Leadership meeting focuses on diversity, equity


Santo Carfora, left, leads the Sauk County Institute of Leadership group in a privilege walk exercise. (Morgan McArthur photo)

On Nov. 10, the Sauk County Institute of Leadership (SCIL) class of 2023-2024 gathered for a meeting centered on diversity, equality and equity.

Wed
22
Nov

Sauk County TV episode to be screened in Baraboo

Discover Wisconsin has produced a new episode about Sauk County, which will be shown during a special red-carpet event in Baraboo.

“Sauk County Hidden Gems” will be shown on Nov. 28 at the Al. Ringling Theater, 136 Fourth St., Baraboo.

Admission is free. Seating is first come, first served.

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