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Beaver Dam council takes video tour of downtown

Beaver Dam City Council members saw a new vision of downtown Monday night as landscape architect and native son Matt Wieneke presented a video tour. The presentation was part of a Downtown Redevelopment Plan presented by Mayor Becky Glewen to the council and a group of downtown investors and support

WISCNEWS.COM - 2018-01-16 03:51:00

Project improves fish habitat on Beaver Dam Lake

Buy Now Dead ash trees were placed in several locations along the west side of Beaver Dam Lake to provide fish and bird habitat.BEAVER DAM LAKE IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION/ Contributed The Beaver Dam Lake Improvement Association took advantage of the 15 inches of ice and three days of moderate weather t

WISCNEWS.COM - 2018-01-14 17:00:00

Beaver Dam shelters in demand year 'round

Although relatively few people know about it, two local agencies are busy making sure that people don't become homeless in Beaver Dam. New Beginnings Homeless Shelter and Central Wisconsin Community Action Council operate two much-used shelters in Beaver Dam, providing an essential service to those


Wild Goose State Trail now open to ATV traffic

JUNEAU -- The Wild Goose State Trail is now open to ATV traffic in Dodge County from state highways 60 to 49. Riders should use caution when riding, as the entire Wild Goose State Trail is a multi-use trail. The trail remains closed to snowmobiles. All snowmobile trails in Dodge County remain closed

WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES - 2018-01-15 18:01:00

Gardeners to hold meeting in Juneau

JUNEAU -- The Dodge County Master Gardeners will hold its next meeting Thursday, Jan. 25, at 6:30 p.m. at the Dodge County Administration Building in Juneau. "Project Year in Review" by the Dodge County Master Gardener Association will be the meeting topic. Attendees may take a look at the projects

WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES - 2018-01-15 18:00:00

Waupun Police Beat 1-5 to 1-8, 2018

Traffic stop - Friday at 4:26 a.m., police conducted a traffic stop on South Watertown Street at Beverly Court. A 26-year-old Beaver Dam woman was cited for operating while suspended. Warrant - Friday at 10:46 a.m., police responded to a residence in the 1000 block of Oriole Street for a probation a

WISCNEWS.COM - 2018-01-15 18:50:00

Help support youth mental health needs

Imagine, if you will, what goes through a young person's mind when she or he sees violence play out in the home. Now, fast forward to the school environment, and that same young person has just decided to trash a school room, apparently without reason. A counselor needs to step in to discover what t


Area nonprofits receive grants from Alliant Energy Foundation

Seven regional Wisconsin nonprofit organizations are receiving community grants totaling $11,750 from the Alliant Energy Foundation in the second of its two 2017 giving cycles. "We are proud to support these organizations that are doing such valuable work in our communities," said Julie Bauer, execu

WISCNEWS.COM - 2018-01-14 16:13:00

Cops quickly catch confessed Subway robber in Ardmore

Admore police tell WAAY 31, at 10:20 Sunday morning, a woman wearing a hoodie, sunglasses and gloves walked into the Subway on the Tennessee side of the state line. Police Chief James Kennedy tells WAAY 31 the robber claimed she had a gun and demanded money. Subway employees handed over cash.

WAAY-TV - 2018-01-14 23:15:00

UPDATED: Two still hospitalized after Saturday crash

Two people injured Saturday in a serious crash on Elkton Road remained hospitalized Monday, according to a Huntsville Hospital official. Cynthia Pettus, 35, was listed in critical condition in the hospital's surgical intensive care unit. A second person in the vehicle, Rogelio Valdez was listed in f

NEWS-COURIER - 2018-01-16 12:15:00

Grant to help firefighters see in the dark

A grant from the Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation will help fund the cost of an inflatable light firefighters can use to illuminate nighttime emergencies.Courtesy photo/Prismlighting.net When a deadly EF5 tornado struck Athens and Limestone County in the evening hours of April 27, 2011, Athen

NEWS-COURIER - 2018-01-16 11:45:00

Student environmentalist lead recycling program

Athens Intermediate sixth-grade student, Danica Otten, decided to get involved in the Garbage to Garden program at her school after seeing a series of disturbing photos depicting mounds and mounds of garbage at some of the world's largest landfills. "In one of the pictures, it looked like a raccoon

NEWS-COURIER - 2018-01-16 12:30:00

UPDATED: Lawsuit filed over 2016 Taser death

Athens-Limestone Hospital is not part of a wrongful death lawsuit filed for a mentally ill man who died days after being shocked with a Taser at the hospital by an Athens police officer. Attorneys for Dorothy Nelson of Athens filed the lawsuit in federal court Friday against the city of Athens and t

NEWS-COURIER - 2018-01-16 12:30:00

Athens, Limestone County honor Dr. King

A child watches Monday as Benard Simelton, president of the Alabama State Conference of the NAACP, leads a prayer prior to a unity march in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Residents of Athens and Limestone County braved the morning cold to gather outside the courthouse Monday morning in honor of

NEWS-COURIER - 2018-01-16 12:45:00

Athens Limestone MLK celebration celebrates students and a hopeful future

ATHENS, Ala. - Celebrations were held in northern Alabama to honor the life and legacy of civil right's hero, Martin Luther King Jr. Many attended a march and program celebrating student's work at the Athens-Limestone Martin Luther King Jr. holiday celebration on Monday morning. Echoes of our nation

WHNT-TV - 2018-01-16 02:32:09

UPDATE: 3 injured in wreck on Elkton Road in Athens

A one-car wreck Saturday on Elkton Road at Swan Creek has left three people injured. Cynthia Pettus, 35, Rogelio Valdez, and a 12-year-old were all involved in the wreck at approximately 2 p.m. Saturday, according to Athens Police Chief Floyd Johnson. Both Pettus and Valdez remained in the surgical


Claflin council welcomes new members

CLAFLIN - The governing body of the City of Claflin met in regular session at 7 p.m., Monday, Jan. 8 in the city building. City Clerk Patricia Schmidt submitted the unofficial minutes of the meeting. Dustin Daniels and Nathaniel Florian were sworn in as council members. Councilman Doug Hubbard was

GREAT BEND TRIBUNE - 2018-01-16 06:36:00

Circles invites community to first graduation

A community effort to end poverty in Barton County will celebrate a milestone later this month. Circles of Central Kansas invited the public to the graduation of its first Getting Ahead Class at 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 25, at the First United Methodist Church in Great Bend. Beck Gillette, site directo

GREAT BEND TRIBUNE - 2018-01-16 02:18:00

City, landowner settle bridge issue

There was a bit of good news when the Great Bend City Council Monday night heard an update on the beleaguered Park Street bridge over the Lischevsky Ditch east of Great Bend. The news followed a meeting Monday afternoon between the landowner whose property was isolated when the bridge was condemne

GREAT BEND TRIBUNE - 2018-01-16 05:55:00

Events announced for annual Messiah Festival

LINDSBORG - The first "Messiah Sing-Along" will be part of the events scheduled for this year's Messiah Festival of the Arts. This year's festival, titled "Community," will feature a variety of art, music and theatrical events between March 22 and Easter Sunday, April 1. On Palm Sunday, March 22, th

SALINA JOURNAL - 2018-01-15 21:56:10