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 By Marian Viney    News    July 4, 2019

Indeed, Kismet Happens: Lingonberry Llama is "The Nicest Place in America" for Wisconsin

You may have heard that Belleville's Lingonberry Llama was nominated and won Reader's Digest's "The Nicest Place in America" for Wisconsin. Owner Jon...

 
 By Marian Viney    Community    July 4, 2019

O'Connor Family and Forever 56 Foundation Donates in Honor of Eric O'Connor's Birthday

Usually on someone's birthday the person celebrating gets the gifts, but on June 25th, Sherry and Kristin O'Connor presented the kids and staff at...

 
 By Marian Viney    Business    July 4, 2019

Lily's Mercantile and Makery Hangs an 'Open for Business' Sign in Paoli

"I'm the mercantile and Lily is the makery," said Teresa McMahan, the mother member of the team. "We are learning so much along the way." Lily's...

 
 By Marian Viney    News    June 20, 2019

Honorary Cancer Survivors Named for the Relay For Life of Green County

Volunteering and 4-H were two things they knew they had in common, but recently Debbie Myers and Karen Buck learned that each other are cancer survivo...

 
 By Marian Viney    Community    May 23, 2019

New Glarus Assistant Fire Chief Retires After 37 Years

Since 1902, when the New Glarus Fire Department first started, there has been an Ott serving the community every year except for three. Five...

 
 By Marian Viney    News    May 23, 2019

Informational Forum About Vaping Hosted by Belleville High School

Recently, staff at the Belleville High School hosted a vaping forum to inform the public about the vaping industry. Middle School and High School...

 
 By Marian Viney    Community    May 16, 2019

Belleville Area EMS to Hold Open House

The Belleville Area Emergency Medical Services will host an Open House from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., on Wednesday, May 22, 2019, at the EMS building at 480 River Street. Staff with the Belleville Area...

 
 By Marian Viney    News    May 9, 2019

Mock Accident Held at Belleville High School

Last Wednesday, Belleville High School students and staff experienced a mock accident. Working in conjunction with the Belleville Area EMS,...

 
 By Marian Viney    Community    May 2, 2019

St. Francis of Assisi Church in Belleville Installs Blessing Box

Sunday marked the last day of the religious education classes at St. Francis of Assisi in Belleville. Students wrote messages to welcome the new...

 

Forever 56 Foundation Continues to Create Legacy During Fundraising Banquet

On March 30, 2019, more than 300 people attended the second annual Forever 56 Foundation Fundraising Banquet at Deer Creek Sportsman's Club in Mount...

 
 By Marian Viney    Sports    April 11, 2019

Enloe and Kreklow Selected to Play in Wisconsin Football Coaches Association All-Star Game

Enloe Selected to Play in Wisconsin Football Coaches Association All-Star Game In February, Belleville High School senior Danny Enloe was selected to...

 
 By Marian Viney    Business    March 7, 2019

Club Fit Opens in New Glarus

New Glarus has a new business. Ron Nelson, and business partners, have opened Club Fit, a 24/7 fitness gym. "If you're looking for excellent cardio or...

 

Stoughton High School Norwegian Dancers Perform at Belleville High School

Last Sunday, about 300 guests enjoyed a performance by the nationally acclaimed Stoughton High School Norwegian Dancers at the Belleville High...

 

New Owners at Belleville and New Glarus Subway Restaurants

Tasty. Fresh veggies. Quality food. Smart nutrition. That says it all to the new owners of the Belleville Subway, Kyle Wayne and his brother, Austen,...

 
 By Marian Viney    News    February 14, 2019

Wolff's Bellefontaine Farms Shed Fire in Basco

In dense fog, nine fire departments responded to a fire at Wolff’s Bellefontaine Farms Inc., on Henry Road near Basco on the evening of Saturday, February 2nd, including Belleville, New Glarus, Vero...

 

Lingonberry Llama: A New Spot for Coffee, Food, and Conversation

Belleville has a new business on Main Street and if the warm caffeinated cups of coffee or tea, sweet smells of bakery treats, tempting breakfast burr... Full story

 

We Stand for the Flag

Several Belleville residents want to, “make a strong statement for Belleville,” by placing several American flags on each light post along Main Street. Bob and Meredith Smith have purchased...

 

We Stand for the Flag

Several Belleville residents want to, “make a strong statement for Belleville,” by placing several American flags on each light post along Main Street. Bob and Meredith Smith have purchased...

 

Genin and Gehin Families Celebrate 150 Years in the Making

On September 2nd, the Genin and Gehin families, friends and neighbors gathered to celebrate 150 years. And so the story goes... From the book,...

 
 By Marian Viney    News    August 30, 2018

Community Steps up to Help those in Need During Flooding

After a record-setting rainfall on Monday, August 20, 2018, and with the Sugar River's banks overflowing, eight homes in the Village of Belleville...

 

A Celebration of French Heritage

On July 15th, more than 120 French descendants shared photos and memories during the French Settlement Family Reunion held at the Montrose Town Hall....

 

Belleville Village Board Approves Moving Forward with Library Project

After removing the item of business that was tabled until the July 16 village board meeting and further discussion of moving forward with the Belleville Public Library and Community Center project,...

 
 By Marian Viney    News    July 5, 2018

Water Matters Tour

Sunburst Dairy, owned by Brian, Yogi and Cory and Katie Brown, was one of the stops on the Water Matters Upper Tour hosted by UW Discovery Farms and...

 

Belleville Village Board Discusses New Library and Police Station

With a vote of 4 to 3, Belleville village board members decided to proceed with the design work on the new police department facility and, with the...

 
 By Marian Viney    News    May 17, 2018

Wake Up Call Presentation Sponsored by Belleville Organizations

Sandi Lybert's son Tyler started drinking when he was in sixth grade. By the time he was 16, he had tried marijuana, prescription pills and had...

 

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