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Articles from the April 2, 2020 edition

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First Responders Thank Communities

On Wednesday, March 25, at 7:00 p.m., local Fire Departments around the area, along with departments across the country, opened their bay doors and...

 

Community's Support for the Brown Family Brings Everyone Closer During Times of Social Distancing

In early March, Jan Brown hadn't been feeling well and after several tests, her doctor determined that she had Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma, a fast-growing...

 

Monticello's First Blood Drive of 2020 a Success

Dear Editor, We want to thank all of the people who helped make our first Red Cross Blood Drive of 2020 a success. The 28th of February was a sunny, cold day and everyone was discussing what they... Full story

 

Rufener Suggests Book

Dear Editor, We now have a traitor running for president. Joe Biden was a party in last presidents that allowed the Clinton Foundation to make billions of dollars, as Clinton was dead broke when he... Full story

 

Jug Prairie Cemetery Association Annual Meeting

The Annual Meeting of the Jug Prairie Cemetery Association has been postponed and will be rescheduled....

 

Resources Available at ADRC During COVID-19

The Aging & Disability Resource Center Southwest Wisconsin-Green County office (ADRC) has made adjustments to its operation but remains a resource for Green County residents. The ADRC is committed to...

 

Student News

MSOE Announces Dean’s List and Honors List The following student(s) received academic honors from Milwaukee School of Engineering for the 2020 Winter Quarter: Logan Anderson, Albany, Bachelor of...

 

JANETTE E. BROWN

Janette E. (Duckert) Brown passed away peacefully on March 24, 2020, at the age of 81 at Agrace HospiceCare, Inc. in Fitchburg. She was born on... Full story

 

LISA TSCHUDY JOHNSON

Lisa Tschudy Johnson, Madison, died on Tuesday, March 24, 2020, at Middleton Veterans Hospital in Madison. She was born on July 22, 1950, to Virginia and Millard Tschudy, New Glarus. She attended... Full story

 

Donations Needed: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

As of Sunday afternoon (March 29, 2020), there were over 1,100 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in the State of Wisconsin. Statewide, 13 individuals have died due to complications related to...

 

Volunteer Guidance in Accordance to Emergency Order #12 - Safer at Home Order

Governor Evers issued Emergency Order #12 – Safer at Home on March 24th, which instructed Wisconsin residents to remain in their homes, except for performing multiple types of essential activities...

 

The Naming of Lake Belle-View

In 1957, the Village of Belleville ran a contest to name the lake surrounding Community Park. When Rosemary Hare read about the contest, she decided...

 

Grocery Delivery in Belleville

There has been an overwhelming community response to the Sugar River Senior Center’s call for volunteers during the pandemic. The Sugar River Senior Center is working with Burreson’s Foods to...

 

Temporary Changes to Meal Service

In order to limit interactions and exposure during this time, the Sugar River Senior Center will be scaling back delivery days of meals effective March 30th. Participants WILL continue to receive the...

 

Vehicle Parade to Show Support For Special Needs Families

All families from the Monticello/New Glarus areas that have family members who have special needs which require car rides for therapeutic purposes to help ease the stress for the isolation are...

 

Hearts Placed With Love in Monticello

All around Monticello there are hearts in the windows of businesses, homes and even in front of the Monticello Fire Department....

 

Drive-In Easter Service at Zwingli UCC Monticello

Come celebrate the empty Tomb at 8:00 a.m., on Sunday, April 12, 2020, in the parking lot of Zwingli United Church of Christ, 416 E Lake Ave, Monticello. Easter is the most exciting part of the...

 

Village of Monticello Spring Clean Up Day

All Items Must be Separated/Sorted and Curbside By 7:00 a.m., on Monday, April 20, 2020 All debris, excluding brush, must be in an area not larger than 4’wide x 10’ long x 4’ high. Items accepte...

 

New Glarus Community 175th Celebration Geranium Group

Our community will be celebrating 175 years as a settlement this summer. Founded in 1845 by a group of Swiss Glarners, New Glarus has held strong to...

 

New Glarus Walking Hunt

During these uncertain times, New Glarus mom Katie Beal has set up a walking hunt for the community’s kids, and it’s called the New Glarus Walking Hunt. The second week’s theme will go from...

 

Timmy T-Rex Visits The New Glarus Home

On Tuesday, March 24, 2020, Timmy T-Rex stopped by the The New Glarus Home to bring smiles to residents. Due to restrictions, Timmy couldn't go into...

 

New Glarus Good Friday Blood Drive

The New Glarus Good Friday Blood Drive will be held at the New Glarus Bible Church, 207 6th Street, on Friday, April 10, 2020, from 12:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. To make an appointment or to learn more,...

 
 By Rob Reischel    Sports    April 2, 2020

Golf Courses Close as Part of Governor's "Safer at Home" Order

The great, but somewhat crusty, Mark Twain once proclaimed: “Golf is a good walk spoiled.” The way many golf courses in the area feel, Wisconsin Democratic Gov. Tony Evers has also spoiled their...

 

Green County Herds Recognized for Milk Quality

Green County dairy producers are well recognized for producing the high quality milk that results in the production of some of the finest cheese in...

 

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