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132 East Main Street has been home to quite an array of businesses over its century long existence--a movie theater, fudge shop, wedding boutique, auto shop. Today, however, most know it as Isaac’s Soaps and Antiques. Though the building is once again changing hands, Janelle and Scott Holmstrom are...
At one point during last week’s meeting of the Mount Horeb Area School District, superintendent Steve Salerno stated something that is both inarguably true and applicable in nearly any situation in the year 2020: “I guarantee you this, mark my words, whatever we come up with is not going to be...
A staff member in the local school district has tested positive for COVID-19. According to an email sent to staff by the Mount Horeb Area School Monday morning, the case was at the Intermediate Center. “This email is to notify you that there has been someone at the Intermediate Center that has been...
When Molly Lawry sets her mind to something, it typically gets done. The same goes for Jonathan Bauer. The two Mount Horeb residents were planning to compete in the Madison Ironman on July 17. That event was canceled, though, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. That didn’t stop Bauer, Lawry and about 40...
On Tuesday evening, September 1, 2020, at Grundahl Park Shelter, the Mound Vue Garden Club held their annual business meeting, socially distanced and wearing masks. Valeria Sutter (at right) a long-time contributing member, since 1984, received a lovely tribute regarding her service to the club,...
Just over 10 minutes south of Mount Horeb lies Wisconsin’s first historic district park, Dane County’s first historic district overlay and the “best place to watch a sunset in Dane County” as recognized by Madison Magazine. It is the Hauge Historic District Park. Built as a buffer to protect the...
Want to take a (local) walk on the wild side? Friends of Stewart has created a brochure and trail map to improve the experience of the park user and introduce more accurate and useful trail names right here in the village’s back yard. The brochure was completed by Friends of Stewart in cooperation...
After 12 years at 207 East Main Street, Peg Ginsberg Watercolors is moving. But it’s not exactly going to be a long journey.  Ginsberg, who displays and sells her own work as well as teaching classes, will relocate this fall to the former Cat and Crow, a yarn, knitting and wool store that is...
I’m grateful that the McMillans got to share their story about COVID-19 quarantine in the Sept 17 issue of the Mount Horeb Mail. Our friends and neighbors who have been infected need our compassion and support, not our judgment. I was appalled to hear that they felt judged by others in the ...
Dear editor, The lengthy letter that ran this week does exactly what the letter writer accuses the “other side” of doing.  He is only quoting one study.   First off the drug is not harmless.  It has been shown to cause heart attacks in patients with conditions that it is approved to treat.  Several...

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