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MOUNT HOREB - Arthur J. Sutter passed away peacefully Friday, Oct. 9, 2020, at Ingleside Nursing Home. He was born on Oct. 5, 1927, in Mount Horeb, the son of Adolph Sutter and Barbara Bauer. Art married Charlotte (Ellsworth) Sutter on May 8, 1954, in Madison. They cherish 66 years of marriage...
Learn and refine elements of yoga right in the comfort of your own home!  Jen Feltz is excited to teach Lunch Hour Virtual Yoga class starting October 20 through November 24 on Tuesdays at 12:05pm!  All classes will take place on Zoom, and the Recreation Department will email all instructions prior...
Join the Mt. Horeb Public Library for a conversation about the long history of racial passing in America with Professor Allyson Hobbs, author of A Chosen Exile: A History of Racial Passing in American Life. This virtual (zoom) event occurs Monday, October 19 at 6:30 p.m.  Hobbs will discuss the...
The Mount Horeb Area Giving Tree is a volunteer organization devoted to helping others during the holiday season.  Thanks to donations from area businesses and members in the community, the Giving Tree provides gifts for children, seniors, and people with disabilities who live in the Mount Horeb...
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15      BLUE MOUNDS PANTRY. CLOSED      MOUNT HOREB FARMERS MARKET, 3:00-6:30pm, on lawn of Mt. Horeb Evangelical Lutheran Church, East Main Street.  Practice social distancing; please wear mask and gloves.  For other changes see mthorebfarmersmarket@gmail.com    FRIDAY, OCTOBER...
120 Years Ago- Oct. 18, 1900 Ole Sale and Ole Olson sped to the capital city and back on their bikes last Sunday. S. G. Gesme sports a neat and lively team of roadsters. Bert Holmes left the employ of W. F. Scott this week in a rather unpleasant and unexpected manner. There is not as much politics...

The National High School Activities Month will recognize coaches like Mount Horeb’s Tom Lesar the week of Oct. 18-24.

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused everyone to hit the pause button on life. During the stoppage and forced time away from routines, many people have come to appreciate the important things in life – family, friends and faith among others.  Still, the loss of some routines and regular activities hurt...

Patrick Mahomes, the Super Bowl MVP in February, was a three-sport athlete at Whitehouse High School in Texas. Mahomes nearly quit football as a junior in high school to focus on baseball, but his mother talked him out of it.

Patrick Mahomes is an anomaly, a once-in-a-generation athlete who kept all of his coaches at Whitehouse High School on edge about his future. That, however, wasn’t intentional. “We all understood that Patrick was good at all of them,” says Adam Cook, Patrick’s head football coach at Whitehouse, who...
The Wisconsin Elections Commission reminds voters that if they don’t have an acceptable photo ID, they still have time to get one to vote. “If you don’t have an acceptable photo ID, you can get one for free after just one visit to a Wisconsin DMV office through the ID Petition Process,” said Meagan...
A group of citizens in the Mount Horeb Area School District this morning filed a statement of intent to recall Mount Horeb Area School District Board of Education member Leah Lipska.  Lipska was the supervisor who called the special meeting at which the board cancelled in-person classes shortly...

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