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Spring 2019 Election

Dear Editor, As a resident of a local municipality, have you wondered why your governmental officials make the decisions they do? If you have and you think you would like to be more involved in that p... Full story


A Christmas Present

Dear Editor, Governor Walker should use his ex-privilege to restore the rights lost under Governor Doyle (Democrat) such as took away power from local control (county and township) and bonding and... Full story


Friends of the Chalet Grateful for Grant Award

Thank You New Glarus Community Foundation! Dear Editor, On behalf of the Village of New Glarus and the Friends of the Chalet of the Golden Fleece Museum, we wish to again extend our heartfelt thank... Full story


Wicker Wants Dog Owners to Clean Up

Dear Editor, What kind of a maniac doesn’t clean up after their dog poops on a public sidewalk or grassy area? I’ll tell you. It’s the type of maniac that is lazy, ignorant, selfish,... Full story


Help Area Children Have a Merry Christmas

Dear Citizens and Business Owners, It is almost that time of year again – time for Christmas. As we have for the past several years, the New Glarus Police Department will be an active participant... Full story


Almost Time for Shop With a Cop

Dear Citizens and Business Owners, It is almost that time of year again – time for Christmas. As we have for the past several years, the New Glarus Police Department will be an active participant... Full story


New Glarus Home Residents Appreciate Roses Gifted to Them

Dear Editor, Thank you from all the residents and staff of New Glarus Home for the lovely roses delivered to us on November 15th. Because of your thoughtfulness, roses were placed in all the rooms... Full story


Elmer Celebrates 90th Birthday

Dear Editor, Lucille (Lucy) Elmer’s daughters were in town and hosted Zwingli social hour in Lucy’s honor for her 90th birthday. Lucy has a secret to staying young and active. She begins her day... Full story


School District Thanks Residents for Support of Referendum

Dear Editor, The New Glarus School District would like to thank voters for their support of the November 6th referendum questions. The strength of our schools will directly impact the strength of our... Full story


Kelty Encourages Purchase of Book for Hurricane Victims

Dear Editor, First I would like to express my disappointment regarding the cashier at a local grocery store the other day. You see I was buying a box of shredded wheat cereal and she did not even... Full story


National Education Support Professionals Day

Dear Editor, November 14, 2018, will mark the annual observance of National Education Support Professionals Day - a time for saluting public school support staff and the contribution they make to... Full story


Wine Walk Successful

Dear Editor, October 11th was the date for Mr. Barlow’s Wine Walk. This event was sponsored by the Friends of the Chalet of the Golden Fleece Museum and New Glarus Vision, Inc. We had a wonderful... Full story


We Deserve Better

Dear Editor, I recently read an op-ed in the Wisconsin State Journal that claims that Marklein likes rural Wisconsin “as is.” Sorry if I am blunt, but does that mean the last decade of being in... Full story


Volunteers' Friendliness Noted

Dear Editor, On Saturday, October 13th, the New Glarus-Monticello Cross Country Team sponsored the Capitol Conference CC Meet in New Glarus. The coaches and athletes thank AD Spencer-Grant, Mr.... Full story


Get Out and Vote

Dear Editor, I was appalled to see an article written by Patrick Durkin in Sunday’s Wisconsin State Journal with the headline “Scott’s Plan” guts state wildlife, environment. I have known... Full story


Why Isn't the Road Fixed?

Dear Editor, A recent Eau Claire Leader-Telegram story on road conditions mentioned that in their area, roads are costing motorists an average of $1,219 per driver in additional driving costs, and an... Full story


Wisconsin Losing Too Many Family Farms

Dear Editor, On October 10th, an article on the front page of the Monroe Times described ‘saying goodbye to the farm’, “Family’s ‘pride and joy’ for more that 60 years is sold” to an... Full story


Skogen Presents Facts

To Citizens of the 17th WI Senate District, You’ve probably heard enough radio ads about terrible taxes and wasted tax money if you vote for Kriss Marion or Jeff Wright. You’ve probably received... Full story


Carver Wants Debate Between Marklein and Marion

Dear Editor, It is my understanding that State Senator Howard Marklein has declined several invitations for a public debate between him and Kriss Marion, who is challenging him in his campaign for... Full story


Despite Rain, Harvest Fest Was Well Attended

Dear Editor, On Sunday, October 7th, our New Glarus Historical Society hosted Harvest Fest at the Swiss Historical Village & Museum. Harvest Fest is our annual celebration of old world traditions set... Full story


Fifty Units of Blood Collected at Monticello Blood Drive

This is a letter to all of the wonderful people who made the Monticello Red Cross Blood Drive on the 5th of October a success. I learned a lot at the drive this time. One thing was that the fish... Full story


Voters Asked to Continue Support of County Home

Dear Editor, Green County citizens have a long history of providing care and services for individuals in need. The Pleasant View Complex has been a fixture in Green County for over 100 years,... Full story


Library Board Appreciates Community's Support

Dear Editor, “Unity is strength...when there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved.” - Mattie Stepanek During the Public Comments session of the September 18th New Glarus... Full story


Belleville Blood Drive Draws Six New First-Time Donors

Dear Editor, We want to thank all who participated in our fall Red Cross Blood Drive, particularly the six first time donors! We ended up two units short of our goal of 51, but are already looking... Full story


Time to End Discrimination

Dear Editor, Time to end discrimination against Veterans and senior citizens and to make Monticello area whole again. In order to heal, we need the $160,000 that the Village of Monticello got for the... Full story


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