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Columbus ag students research future careers

Speaking Contests: It is time for students to think about which speaking contest they would like to participate in for competition. The 7-9 grade students can participate in the Creed speaking contest. 7-8 grade students can sign up for quiz bowl, we hope to have two teams of five. 9-12 grade studen

WISCNEWS.COM - 2017-11-22 19:00:00

$6K donated to community

RANDOLPH - Labor Day marked the 55th anniversary of the Community Corn Carnival celebration in Randolph. Along with the donations given by supporters, sales from the food and beer stands, vendors' profits, the committee was able to give back $6,012 to the community. Funds were also given to Living H

WISCNEWS.COM - 2017-11-24 07:00:00

Beaver Dam High School packs up library as construction continues

Buy Now Jenny Vinz, Beaver Dam Middle School Library Media Specialist, eases a binder into a box as Andrea Cisar, Beaver Dam High School Library Assistant, assists with packing a box on Wednesday. Library staff from all of the Beaver Dam public schools were at Beaver Dam High School Wednesday to pac

WISCNEWS.COM - 2017-11-24 14:30:00

Fall River's Pope receives honor

Emma Pope of Fall River was recently honored with the Jerry L. Clay Endowed Award and the Wisconsin Optometric Association Scholarship at Southern College of Optometry. The Clay award was established by Dr. Mark Kapperman, who graduated from SCO in 1987 and is a member of the college's Alumni Counci


Partners promote local shopping event

Beaver Dam Area chamber of Commerce President Phil Fritsche is shown in the frame for the "Ring in the Holidays" shopping promotion, which begins this Saturday, designated as Small Business Saturday. Each of 30 participating businesses have a photo frame and visitors will snap a selfie with the fram

WISCNEWS.COM - 2017-11-22 17:00:00

Church Health Services changes clinic format

BEAVER DAM -- Church Health Services is changing the format of its medical clinics to an urgent care, walk-in format that still requires the patient to financially qualify. "As time goes by the health needs of our patients have become more complex and need a level of care beyond what we can consiste


Mayor and superintendent say they want to make Beaver Dam a destination

HORICON - Beaver Dam Mayor Becky Glewen said she is concerned, but optimistic about Beaver Dam's future when she spoke Wednesday at the Beaver Dam Chamber of Commerce Economic Update Lunch. Glewen said that the last six month as mayor have been crazy, but a good crazy. However, looking at demographi

WISCNEWS.COM - 2017-11-23 14:15:00

Beaver Dam police reports from Nov. 21

Suspicious - Tuesday at 7:04 a.m., someone near the Stone Street and University Street intersection reported that two men were walking around in fatigues. One was wearing a helmet and a backpack. Drugs - Tuesday at 7:19 a.m., someone saw two boys possibly smoking marijuana in the baseball field dugo

WISCNEWS.COM - 2017-11-23 00:30:00

Randolph's 2019-2020 school year could start in August

RANDOLPH TWP. - Could students in the township's preK-12 district one day start their first day of school before Labor Day? That's the decision Board of Education members are mulling for the 2019-2020 school year. Members on Tuesday night took up the issue after tabling it during their Tuesday, Nov.


Armed robbery reported after reputed taxi driver offers ride

A man who "portrayed himself as a taxi driver" robbed his fare after driving him early Thursday from Dover, New Jersey, to Hackettstown, police say. Officers responding at 2:42 a.m. to a report of a theft at the Quick Chek at 146 Mountain Ave. in Hackettstown found a man who told them he was robbed

NJ.COM - 2017-11-24 13:38:12

Israeli occupation vs. U.S. values 

Silver Spring, Md.: In his Op-Ed "Democratic Party leaders must take on Bernie Sanders on Israel" (Nov. 14), Jack Rosen condemns Sanders for saying what is obvious to growing numbers of Democrats - that "Israel's continued occupation of Palestinian territories is contrary to fundamental American va

NY DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-24 08:00:06

Black Friday dawns on North Jersey

Black Friday has dawned, clear and chilly, and North Jersey residents are shopping. While the number of shoppers Black Friday draws to stores has been declining every year, today still is forecast to be the busiest day of the holiday season by tracking firm ShopperTrak. The National Retail Federatio

NORTHJERSEY.COM - 2017-11-24 12:04:23

Power outage sparks boil water advisory in Hanover

HANOVER -- A boil water advisory has been put in place Thanksgiving in the Cedar Knolls section of the township due to the widespread power outage Thursday morning, authorities said. The Southeast Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority said a power failure on Thursday morning has caused some cu

NJ.COM - 2017-11-23 17:36:47

West Essex lauds 'nearly perfect' audit

NORTH CALDWELL - The West Essex Regional School District is "well-run" from a financial perspective, according to an auditor presenting a Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) to the Board of Education on Monday, Nov. 20. Auditor Man Lee from Nisivoccia LLP, an accounting firm with offices in

NEWJERSEYHILLS.COM - 2017-11-24 03:14:00

Westfield Family Gives Away 7,000 Pounds of Turkeys for Thanksgiving

WESTFIELD, NJ - Brothers James Ward and John Ward gave away about 7,000 pounds of turkeys this Thanksgiving to people who may not otherwise have been able to afford them. It's a family tradition that has grown over the years, according to James Ward. The brothers operate and manage apartments, inclu

TAPINTO.NET - 2017-11-24 04:07:00

Operation Holiday back for 47th year of giving

For nearly half a century, Operation Holiday has helped to lift the fortunes of Morris County's most unfortunate children and families, channeling the spirit of the season into gifts and essentials when they are appreciated most. Launched in 1971, this charitable partnership between the Daily Record

DAILY RECORD - 2017-11-23 17:00:05

MN high school band appears in Macy's parade

Lindsey Seavert, KARE5:36 PM. CST November 23, 2017 NEW YORK CITY, Minn. -- For the first time in three decades, a Minnesota marching band hit the big time in the Big Apple, taking the streets in the famed Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade. Around 300 students in the Rosemount High School marching band

KARE - 2017-11-23 23:36:30

Twin Cities kids giving thanks for chairs, peacocks, art and family

We've all met those kids who somehow know and say things that even adults haven't figured out yet. As it turns out, the Twin Cities area is full of creative, funny and smart first-graders just like that. These young people know what it means to be grateful, and as the holiday season approaches, we h

PIONEER PRESS - 2017-11-23 15:00:00

Lakeville 'Wow!' House: Raven Lake

LAKEVILLE, MN - This custom-built house from 1998 looks like it came out of a countryside estate in England. It's a four-bedroom marvel of stone, cedar shakes and exquisite interiors. A quick preview before you check out the full listing: Total square footage is 5,734. The lot is almost a half-acre

PATCH - 2017-11-24 12:00:00

Burnsville Wow! House: Private Setting, Wooded Lot

BURNSVILLE, MN - This is an outstanding opportunity to an a home in the upscale "Woods Estates" neighborhood. Enjoy the private setting on more than an acre wooded lot in Burnsville. Excellent location with Lakeville schools. Enjoy the deck and a four-season porch with incredible views. Updated roo

PATCH - 2017-11-23 14:52:31