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Join naturalists Molly Fifield Murray and Kathe Crowley Conn on Thursday, June 17 at 6:30 p.m. for “Driftless Encounters: Perspectives on the Land,” a virtual discussion and presentation exploring written accounts of settlers, surveyors and other non-indigenous peoples who experienced Wisconsin’s...
The Friends of Donald Park are excited to be able to again host the annual Bring your Pop to Pop’s Knoll Picnic on Father’s Day, Sunday, June 20th from 11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.  Please Join us at Pop’s Knoll picnic shelter, bring a picnic lunch and celebrate Dad on his special day.  Hot dogs and...
Jenna Elizabeth Myers, a 2008 Mount Horeb High School graduate, has been awarded a PhD by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  (MIT)  Dr. Myers completed her undergraduate work at the University of Illinois and taught for two years in Memphis with the Teach for America program before...
Effective at 12:00am on June 2, 2021, all public health orders in Dane County have expired, including mask requirements and gathering limits. “As with every decision we have made during this pandemic, the decision to lift these orders is driven by data and backed by science,” said Janel Heinrich,...
State’s COVID  hospitalizations hit new  low point The Wisconsin Hospital Association (WHA) COVID-19 dashboard registered the lowest number of COVID hospitalizations—186—since the association first started collecting data related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The previous low of 192 was on April 2,...
On Saturday, March 22, Dane County Deputies, Cross Plains Fire/EMS, Middleton EMS, and UW Med Flight were dispatched to a single vehicle crash just off of Old Military Road.  Preliminary investigation indicates an SUV was operating eastbound on Old Military Road and lost control, leaving the...
The Driftless Historium re-opened its doors to the public after more than a year Friday, welconing visitors to its local history exhibits and more. Pictured above, Historical Society board member David Schmidt looks at items from the 1918 influenza pandemic. Photo by Matt Geiger. 
Native Art Marketplace, a celebration of the art and culture of Wisconsin’s Native peoples, returns on June 5 and 6, 2021. After a 2020 COVID cancellation, modifications make this year’s 3rd Annual indigenous art showcase even more accessible with a slate of virtual and in-person events, all free...
NOW HIRING- The Recreation Department is hiring for the following summer positions:  Lifeguard (minimum 15 years old), Playground Lead Instructor (minimum 18 years old), Playground Instructor (minimum 16 years old), and Tennis Coordinator (minimum 18 years old). Interested individuals can fill out...
Local homicide trial next year The trial date for a Mount Horeb man who allegedly killed a jogger was has been moved from next month to next February. An attorney for Riley Berg, 22, on Monday, sought a postponement from the July 26 trial date that had been set earlier this year. Dane County...

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