April 20, 2014


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Sewer bill increase for the Village of Neshkoro PDF Print E-mail

Residents of the Village of Neshkoro will see an increase on their quarterly sewer bills, starting with the first quarter of 2014. As approved in October, the monthly rate will increase from $39.25 to $41 per RUE, resulting in a $5.25 per quarter increase. This is the first rate increase since 2007.

 
The Fly Effect campaign spread more awareness about Heroin abuse PDF Print E-mail

Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen has announced that the Department of Justice’s ongoing Heroin prevention public awareness campaign, “The Fly Effect”, has new materials for communities to use to spread awareness about the dangers of Heroin abuse.

 
Waushara County Lakes Project Public Meeting PDF Print E-mail

Following two years of lake studies, the Waushara County Lakes Project, alongside lake users, will begin drafting lake management plans (LMPs) for Deer, Lucerne, and Spring Lakes at the first of four monthly public meetings on Tues., Jan. 28 at 6:30 p.m. in the Waushara County Courthouse Demo Room.

 
Wisconsin has the lowest number of traffic deaths in nearly 70 years PDF Print E-mail

Wisconsin ended 2013 with 530 traffic fatalities, which is the lowest annual total in nearly 70 years.

 
Farmers State Bank, Wild Rose, donates ski package for Family Ski Day PDF Print E-mail

Al Ruetten, manager of the Farmers State Bank, Wild Rose, presented Nancy Jirik-Martin, chairman of Family Ski Day, with skis and boots on Jan. 10 as part of the ski package the bank is donating for the Family Ski Day to be held on Jan. 19 at Nordic Mountain, Mt. Morris.  

 
Beware of Debt Relief Scams PDF Print E-mail

In the wake of the economic collapse of 2008, a new generation of scam artists cropped up to take advantage of people struggling with mortgage and credit card debt.  They bombarded the airwaves with ads promising to negotiate settlements with lenders for a fraction of the amount due, allowing people to stave off foreclosure or bankruptcy.

 
Phone call on photo opportunity amazes publisher PDF Print E-mail
Written by by Mary Kunasch, Senior Publisher   
Tuesday, January 14, 2014 8:10 AM

by Mary Kunasch, Senior Publisher

At the office we get calls on photo opportunities and I am always grateful that people take the time to call.  The photo ideas range from a lake photo, an unusual flower, vegetables, wildlife, and the list goes on and on.  In the 46 years I have been here I leave the office to take a suggested photo and on my ride out I always vision how I can take the photo, what will make the  photo unique.

 
Flyte's Fieldstones hosts Winter Fun Open House Jan. 11-12 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, January 14, 2014 8:06 AM

Flyte’s Fieldstones held a two-day Winter Fun Open House on Jan. 11 and 12. During these two days there were free sleigh rides and ice-skating. 

 
Alliant Energy donates $3 million to assist low-income families PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, January 14, 2014 8:05 AM

Alliant Energy announced today it is making a donation of $3 million to its Hometown Care Energy Fund, which helps income-eligible customers across Alliant Energy’s service area keep up with heating costs.

 
Wisconsin Farmers Union hosting 83rd annual state convention PDF Print E-mail

The Wisconsin Farmers Union is hosting its 83rd annual state convention Jan. 24-26 at Hotel Mead in Wisconsin Rapids. The theme of this year’s convention is “United to Grow Family Agriculture: Celebrating the International Year of Family Farming.” The public is welcome but only member delegates may vote.

 
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