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"Night at the Museum" Well Attended

Dear Community,  On behalf of the Monticello Area Historical Society, Thank You for your wonderful response to our “Night at the Museum”! It is encouraging and rewarding to see enthusiastic... Full story


Polka for the Swiss Great Success

Dear Editor, The Swiss Center of North America is deeply grateful to everyone who helped make this year's Polka for the Swiss fundraising event... Full story


Skatrud Announces Bid for Green County Sheriff

Dear Editor, After 34 years of full-time law enforcement, almost 32 of which were spent serving Green County, I made the difficult decision to retire... Full story


Dorl Endorses Vinehout for Governor

Dear Editor, There is a petition circulating in my neighborhood in northeast Green County for Charter to install fiber optic lines in our area. This has been a bone of contention for many years. We... Full story


Schmalbeck Appreciates Local History

Dear Editor, Thanks to Kim Tschudy for the historical article on World War II. Here in the Heart of Green County, we are very fortunate to have people who research history, log it and share it with us... Full story


Monticello Lions Club Thanks Attendees of Pancake Brunch

Dear Editor, The Monticello Lions Club wishes to thank everyone who supported our successful Pancake Brunch on Sunday, March 18th, especially the people who bought tickets and attended. We also would... Full story


Good Friday Blood Drive a Success

Dear Editor, The Good Friday New Glarus Community Blood Drive resulted in adding 74 units to the American Red Cross blood inventory. Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church Blood Drive Committee, along... Full story


Dr. Pipp Encourages Vaccination

Dear Editor, If you could do something simple today to save your child from facing a life-altering medical diagnosis down the road, would you? Of course you would. And you can, with the help of... Full story


Go Bigs or Go Home Trivia Contest a Success

Dear Editor, The 2nd annual “Go Bigs or Go Home” Trivia Contest was held on Sunday, March 11, 2018, at Puempel’s Olde Tavern and netted over $1,200. Beginning this coming May, the first of... Full story


Reese Shares Joy of Easter

Dear Editor, Discouraged, sad – a lot of words like these describe how most of us feel when we listen to the news each day.  We know that time changes many things and people – but this is far fr... Full story


Fransen Endorses Green County Board Candidates

Dear Editor, We used to live in Belleville and about 13 years ago we moved to Exeter Township, north of Dayton. You take some things for granted when you live in a village—things like safe and clean... Full story


Oemichen Asks Voters to Keep Office of State Treasurer

Dear Editor, Please vote NO on April 3 to eliminate the Office of the State Treasurer. This previously important elected constitutional office has been downgraded by successive Republican and... Full story


Belleville Police Department Establishes Fund

Dear Editor, The Belleville Police Department/Belleville Police Association has established a fund to assist us with year-round community events such as the Bike Rodeo, Cops and Bobbers, and National... Full story


Johnson Encourages Donation at Good Friday Red Cross Blood Drive

Dear Editor, The Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church will again be the organizing sponsor of the New Glarus Community Good Friday Red Cross Blood Drive on Friday, March 30th. This year’s drive... Full story


Money and Politics

Dear Editor, As I think nearly everyone is aware, Big Money—not the needs of the American People—controls the outcome of our national and statewide elections.  On April 3rd, Green County... Full story


Holland Wants Citizens to Vote Yes on We The People Referendum

Dear Editor, Corporations Are People?  Money is Speech?  Politicians For Sale?  How did our Democracy get into this mess? The “We The People” referendum April 3rd, in Green County, attempts to... Full story


Chladil Frustrated With Library Director Hiring Process

Dear Editor, I am writing in concern of the issues occurring at the Monticello Public Library. I am very upset by what the Village Chair of Monticello, Tere Dunlap, accused a worker of and how she... Full story


Monticello Close to Goal at Last Blood Drive; Thanks to Donors

Dear Editor, We would like to thank all of the people who helped to make our most recent blood drive a success. The Red Cross Blood Drive held in Monticello on February 23rd collected 43 units of bloo... Full story


Teasdale Invites Monticello Residents to Informational Meetings

To the Residents of the Village of Monticello, Personally, I doubt that the average citizen of the state of Wisconsin has any idea as to how the levy limits imposed on us by the Wisconsin State... Full story


Dorl Endorses Vinehout

Dear Editor, Green County has experienced a great deal of flooding in the past few weeks, and I know that it is due to excessive rain on frozen ground. However, we need to preserve our wetlands,... Full story


Puralewski Advises Students to Ask for Help if Needed

Dear Editor, This is the time of year where students in their senior year of high school are finishing up their college applications and are anxiously waiting for acceptance letters. It is an... Full story


Support Your Local Community and Donate to the Holiday Decorations Fund!

Dear Editor, The New Glarus Chamber of Commerce is looking for donations to help fund all new holiday decorations on the light poles around the village. Our current wreaths are in despair and need to... Full story


New Glarus Alumni Enjoying Knights Success

Dear Editor, Congratulations to the currently undefeated (19 – 0) and number 1 state ranked New Glarus HS basketball team. The undersigned have been watching the team’s progress with interest... Full story


Monticello Library Board Thanks Community for Support

Dear Friends, Library Patrons, and Concerned Citizens, We want to take this opportunity to thank you for your outpouring of support and input regarding the position of Library Director for the... Full story


Belleville Red Cross Blood Drive

Editor, Though it was a frigid day with icy streets and sidewalks, donors still came to our January 23rd Blood Drive, and the Red Cross was able to collect 46 units. Our hearty donors include Russell... Full story


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