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Landmark Has a Wish for Next Year's Anniversary

Dear Editor, My wish for next year’s 175th anniversary of New Glarus is to have the dead trees and overgrown brush cleaned up along the highway 69 entrance. But I’m not sure who can make this... Full story


Thoemke Breaks Down Cost of Library

Dear Editor, If you live in the village of New Glarus, the New Glarus Library Board wants your money. Village taxpayers are already on the hook for $1 million in borrowing and another $40,000 in... Full story


Belleville Red Cross Drive Collects 51 Units

Dear Editor, September 24th was a beautiful day, unlike the storm at our last drive which forced the Red Cross to shut us down early. This time we were able to collect 51 units for the Red Cross. Our... Full story


Narconon Outlines Relationship Guidelines During Sobriety

Dear Editor, Filling a void in early recovery with a relationship is not a great idea. The first year of recovery is best spent finding and becoming okay with themselves, learning to love themselves... Full story


Another Cost of Deregulation

Dear Editor, The lack of broadband internet service is not the only telecommunication problem in rural Wisconsin. Like many rural homeowners, our house is beyond the range of reliable cell phone... Full story


Jenkins Urges People to Contact Their Representatives Regarding Medical-Aid-In-Dying Bill

Dear Editor, I am writing to bring attention to all Wisconsin residents and ask for support of the compassionate bill, that would have allowed terminally ill patients to request life-ending... Full story


New Glarus' Food For Kids Program – No Kid Will be Hungry Over the Weekend

Dear Editor, New Glarus students need our help. Too many students have insufficient food for the weekends and working together, we can solve this problem. Problems are solved when we work together,... Full story


Monticello's June Blood Drive a Success

Dear Editor, This is a heartfelt thank you to all of the wonderful people that made the Red Cross blood drive in Monticello a huge success. The drive was held on Friday afternoon, the 28th of June,... Full story


Thank You to Donors at the New Glarus Blood Drive

New Glarus and Area Residents, Hi, You are all an awesome bunch! Even though within the past eight weeks there have been Blood Drives at Monticello, Belleville and also up at the Brewery, plus the... Full story


Monroe Clinic No Longer Offering Pre-Participation Exams, Parents Must Schedule Wellness Exams

Dear Editor, The American Academy of Pediatrics and Family Medicine recommend that all children receive a wellness exam on an annual basis. This wellness visit is a complete medical exam specific to... Full story


An Open Letter to Green County Board of Supervisors

Dear Editor, TO: Green County Board of Supervisors FROM: Concerned Green County and Jefferson Township Residents RE: Industrial wind project application, requests from neighboring residents As Green... Full story


To All Area Residents

Hi, Happy Birthday USA! And when we think of birthdays, we think about the perfect gift that we should bring. Well, how about the gift of one more day or week, or even a year and beyond? You can do... Full story


Monticello Schools - Small but Mighty!

Dear Editor, Small but mighty! Recently, we were fortunate to witness an amazing event! The Monticello High School Senior Awards, May 22, 2019, where over $200,000 in scholarships were given out to... Full story


Water Quality Task Force Hearing

Dear Editor, The following is a transcript of remarks made by Matt Sheaffer, President of the South Central Chapter of the Wisconsin Farmers Union, at the May 8th Water Quality Task Force hearing in... Full story


"No Small Matter" to Screen at New Glarus High School Auditorium

Dear Editor, NGPTO, Corrine’s Little Explorers, and The Growing Tree invite everyone in the community to attend a free screening of the documentary No Small Matter from 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m., on May... Full story


McIntire Explains Benefits of Transmission Lines

Dear Editor, Building transmission infrastructure is necessary to keep up with the demands of our society’s growing dependence on electricity. Transmission lines like Cardinal-Hickory Creek have... Full story


Alderman Proud of New Glarus

Dear Editor, What a week. Picture of the 1932 basketball team. My father, Isaac (Ike) Alderman was a member. Something that I am very proud of. Now, 87 years later, the second New Glarus Knights... Full story


Burgy Extends Appreciation

Dear Editor, Congratulations to the newly elected members of the Washington Township Board, Nannette Hilliard and Martha Ladwig, and to the re-elected incumbents. A note of thanks and appreciation to... Full story


Fair Redistricting Maps: What They Are And Why We Need Them

Dear Editor, In future legislative elections your vote will be counted, but will it count? The answer in part depends on how the Legislative and Congressional redistricting maps are drawn up after... Full story


Monticello Blood Drive Exceeds Goal

Dear Editor, Please help us to thank the great people who came to the Red Cross blood drive in Monticello on Friday, the 22nd of February. We were very fortunate to have good weather, after a winter... Full story


Jeromes Support Belz for Exeter Board Chair

Dear Editor, Have you ever attended a town board meeting? Have you thought much about the responsibilities delegated to your local town board? Probably not, unless an issue has come up that concerns... Full story


Thoemke Supports Truttmann for New Glarus Village President

Dear Editor, I served with New Glarus Village President Roger Truttmann for 8 years on the New Glarus Village Board, and in that time I came to like and respect him as a person. I’ve never doubted h... Full story


Stoikes Urges Voters to Consider Value of Exeter Park When Voting

Dear Editor, The spring election is approaching and one issue that divides the candidates for Exeter Township Chairman is the overall value of Exeter Park to the community. The park sits along the... Full story


Magnify The Impact of Your Vote

Dear Editor, The outcome of the April 2 Supreme Court Race will help shape the future of Wisconsin for years, possibly decades. At stake are crucial issues including voting rights, gerrymandering,... Full story


Monticello Community Center Needed

To all Monticello and Green County area residents, We have a chance to purchase a building in Monticello. The former quilting store, on the corner of Main Street and North Street. So this notice is to... Full story


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