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Some people in Mount Horeb have talked for years about their desire to have a new facility that would expand access to sports and other activities year-round. On the same night they approved the 2023 budget, village leaders took the first step toward realizing the plan, voting in favor of using...

Members of the Lions, Optimist and Rotary Clubs recently got together in the Evangelical Lutheran Church kitchen to bake lefse. “It’s about making life better for people,” says Bob Faliveno, right. Photo contributed.

Local humanitarian groups are one of the bedrocks upon which small communities are built. Throughout its history, Mount Horeb’s many successes – its varied stories of compassion and collaboration - have often been the direct result of local service clubs, primarily Lions, Optimists and Rotary. They...

Sunn Cafe’s Anna O’Neil and Cindy Curtes share a laugh while prepping the dinner.

One of Mount Horeb’s most beloved traditions happened again last week, when about 70 Thanksgiving meals were delivered to people who can’t go out for the holiday. It’s a true community effort that begins with Lynn Forshaug at the Senior Center and Dixie Burns of Rotary making lists of who needs a...
The Mount Horeb Fire and EMS invite citizens to the 33rd Annual Lighting of the Tree on Saturday, December 3. The festivities will include a silent parade of decorated fire and emergency apparatus moving slowly through the village down Springdale and Main Street at twilight. The parade will begin...
Grant Schult was awarded the American FFA Degree at the National FFA Convention on Saturday, October 29 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. Grant is a 2019 Mt. Horeb High School graduate and was very active in the Mt. Horeb FFA Chapter. The American FFA Degree is the highest degree...
The Optimist Club donated $400 for Badger Boys and Girls State. Pictured are Amy Kellesvig from the Optimist Club presenting the check to Jerry Hook. Photo contributed. 
The Harm Reduction and Prevention Act, a roughly $750,000 initiative to address opiate and fentanyl related emergencies, will soon infuse much needed supports into the Dane County community, County Executive Parisi announced last week. A resolution to fund the legislative package, which includes...
Local students recently jumped at the opportunity to get some real-world experience, milling logs in the parking lot behind Mount Horeb High School. “Friends of Stewart Park and Dane County Parks (DCP) restoration managers are trying to find the highest purpose for timber that needs to be culled...
Second grade Girl Scout troop 7262 and two sibling sisters from 6th grade troop 7688 donated 73 pounds of food to Neighbors Helping Neighbors on Saturday, November 12. The girls also packaged together hot cocoa mix, oatmeal packets, juice boxes and bars.
Mount Horeb author Kimberly Sailor posted top marks in Wisconsin’s two cornerstone creative writing contests: The Wisconsin People & Ideas Contest, and the Hal Prize. Sailor’s poem, “Cinematic Masterpieces I’ll Never See” earned a 2022 semifinalist finish in The Wisconsin People & Ideas...

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