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The Mount Horeb Area Food Pantry will continue to be open on Saturday mornings from 10 a.m. to noon and on Monday evenings from 5 to 7 p.m. The Food Pantry is located at 102 E. Lincoln St. in Mt. Horeb.   The pantry is available to those who live within the Mt. Horeb School District who are...
Your local library’s doors may be closed, but their services aren’t. Offering a wealth of ebooks, audiobooks and videos,  as well as online services and programs, Mt. Horeb Public Library staff continue to serve the community.  “It truly saddens me close the library to the public,” writes Library...
Several times over the last couple years I’ve asked you for information about Veterans in your family.  Rita Sailing gave me information on brothers Gregory and Joseph Haag who served during World War I.  Three generations earlier their ancestors had immigrated from Germany. Lawrence and Christine...
Lawrence Eugene “Larry”, “Pete” Keller, age 75, of Mount Horeb, passed away on Wednesday, March 18, 2020 at the home he built for the family he loved. “Pete” was born on Christmas of 1944 in Verona, the 10th and youngest son of Lawrence Conrad Keller and Stella Crescentia (Sutter) Keller. He...
Even though we have been separated by proper hygienic distances and unable to meet in groups – including for worship, our technology allows us to continue through the wonders of such things like YouTube.  Each week I am able to post a video on our church’s website (www.vermontlutheran.org) to help...
We just returned from Cuba where we had gone to present a paper on Vermont Township history to a geomatics conference. The conference was cancelled the day after we got there, so we decided to look around. We saw how the US blockade on Cuba has been affecting Cuban people. Our government says that...
There are many questions and concerns regarding the Safer at Home Order that took effect last week. I have had a chance to read the order and discuss the implications with staff. There have also been updates released through the media that have given clarification as well. As stated before, the...
The parents of Mount Horeb band and choir students would like to thank the community for its ongoing support of several fundraising efforts for the students’ upcoming participation in the London 2020 New Year’s Day parade and other events.  As evidence of the community’s giving, we would like to...
120 Years Ago- April 5, 1900 No less than five of the newly elected village officers reside on Park Avenue. The sad news of the sudden death of Dr. C. A. Gleason of this place last Sunday came very unexpected. In company with his wife he had just returned from church, sat down in his accustomed...
Discussion at the Town of Vermont annual meeting will focus on the future vision for the community. “Forget about the details,” said town supervisor John Hallick, speaking at the March monthly town board meeting. “If everybody had a blank paper, and they wanted to look five years, ten years from...

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