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130 Years Ago- April 26, 1894 The creamery is taking in milk Sundays, not later than 9 o’clock. A very sad accident occurred Sunday to Mrs. Keisa Pederson, by falling into the cellar through an open trapdoor in the floor. Mrs. Pederson is quite old and a very fleshy lady, and the fall resulted in a...
The Village Board held its regular meeting April 3, welcomed the new wastewater superintendent, Michael Brace, heard the library annual report and approved all consent items. They also approved a proclamation in recognition of Mount Horeb Schools and a proclamation marking April 21, 2024, through...

Photo by Matt Geiger.

Joe Huber sheered 70 sheep and nine llamas and alpacas on Saturday at Havens Petting Zoo in Blue Mounds. Huber, who resides in Wisconsin Dells, has sheered professionally for 43 years and earned nine state championships over the course of 11 years, as well a National Junior Championship back in...

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This week’s edition marks the beginning of a special series in the Mount Horeb Mail. In the coming weeks and months, we will shine a spotlight on an array of local artists. Some paint. Some sculpt. Some take photographs or work in digital media. All are vibrant and vital threads in the rich...

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Physicists have sometimes said that if you think you understand string theory, you probably don’t understand string theory. The fabric of the universe is confusing stuff, even to the brightest minds. The same could probably said for the State of Wisconsin’s legislative maps. While politicians and...
“Babies are such a nice way to start people.” ― Don Herold This time, it’s personal. Embryo Solutions founder Alena Wright, a native of Belarus who studied psychology in Switzerland and Michigan before landing in Mount Horeb, knows firsthand about the infertility challenges many of her clients face...

Pictured above, instructor Nick Pavlovich teaches students in Mount Horeb how to tie flies. Photo con-tributed.

Fishing enthusiasts attended a series of three Lineworkers Fundamentals of Fly-Fishing programs January 20, February 17 and March 16. “After completing the program, I wanted to find a way to continue to supply fly fishing education to the public and approached the Deer Creek Sports and Conservation...

Mount Horeb clerk and utility manager Alyssa Gaffney (left) leads a recent training session with the village’s new electronic poll books at the municipal building. Photo by Matt Geiger.

In most states, counties are in charge of administering elections. That’s not the case here in Wisconsin, where local municipalities run them, collecting and tallying results for every single race from the local school board all the way up to the President of the United States. With each town,...
It began with a song, and a kiss in a parking lot, and now Paul Schluter and Elizabeth Mary’s story continues in a former Christmas shop in downtown Mount Horeb. Megatone Recording Studios is moving to Mount Horeb this spring. The Madison-based recording studio will be relocating to 220 East Main...
Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers visited Mount Horeb’s Intermediate Center Friday, spending time with students in multiple classes before heading to the lunch room, where he also thanked the district’s food service workers - “It’s great to be here and eat well,” he said - and chatted with students....

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