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 By Joe Block    Opinion    December 13, 2018 

Around the Block

You may or may not remember the 43rd issue of the Star News, dated October 26, 2017. I had been a reporter for the newspaper for about 7 months at...

 

Lame-duck Republican bills on Governor's desk

Wisconsin lawmakers were called back into session last week, planning to take a vote on whether the state should give tax credits to paper giant...

 

Cleo Ione Brockmann

She has been preparing this lesson plan her entire life and today November 13, 2018 she put the...

 

FEMA center remains open

A Disaster Recovery Center is open in Dane County to help renters, homeowners and businesses in Wisconsin affected by the severe storms and flooding....

 

Nutrient Concentration System will turn manure into fertilizer and water

Cleaning up waste from dairy farms and removing phosphorous just got easier for Dane County farmers...

 

Wilbur Luetscher

Wilbur Luetscher, age 95, passed away November 3, 2018 at Maplewood of Sauk Prairie. He was born...

 

Disaster recovery center opens in Dane County

A Disaster Recovery Center opened Monday, October 29 in Dane County to help renters, homeowners and businesses in Wisconsin affected by the severe...

 

In the wake of the flood, Heights Unlimited endures

As the flood waters rose inside the basement storage area of Heights Unlimited, ultimately carrying...

 

Sauk runners fall short of state

Junior Hudson Haas was attempting to repeat as an individual qualifier for the WIAA Division 1 state cross country meet, which will be held Saturday...

 

Black Earth officials identify need to update emergency management plan

When the August 21 flood hit Black Earth, its Emergency Management Plan (EMP) from 1999 was put to the test. 30% of Village homes called the 2-1-1...

 

Black Earth waits for FEMA's response

FEMA should respond to the Village of Black Earth’s request for financial assistance by October 14, stated Village Administrator Shellie Benish at...

 

Double trouble

Camryn Ballweg and Taylor Breininger were freshmen when former Sauk Prairie coach Katie Massey gave... Full story

 

SP marching band invite

The annual marching band invite will be held on Sunday, October 7 from 3:00-5:00 p.m. There will be 4 bands participating with exhibition...

 

Letters to the editor

Blood drive saves 273 lives To the Editor, A huge thank you to everyone in the Sauk Prairie community who showed up today (9/17) at Graceway Church to...

 

Project Linus needs "Blanketeers" to help children in need

Project Linus provides love, a sense of security, warmth and comfort through the gift of a new, handmade blanket or afghan created by volunteers...

 

Girls tennis team 5th at conference

Katie Yanke was all smiles after her teammates sang her 'Happy Birthday' in front of the Nielsen...

 

Geiger counter

Sometimes I want to get into heaven. Not that I’m sure it’s a real place in space and time, not really, but I find myself wanting to be the kind...

 

Eagles' soccer team on a roll

Junior forward Evan Carlson and senior midfielder Max Wilkinson combined for five goals and four...

 

Heights girls spikers win two league matches

Wisconsin Heights’ girls volleyball team notched a pair of big Capitol Conference wins last week. The Vanguards also went 1-2 at the star-studded...

 
 By Joe Block    News    September 13, 2018

Motorcyclist succumbs to injuries after Mazomanie crash

A Middleton man died after crashing his motorcycle on Highway 19 near County Road F on September 6. Todd Michael Pfeil, 51, was transported to a...

 

Finding some scoring punch

Sauk Prairie boys' soccer coach Trevor Van Laanen had several questions to answer when the Eagles...

 

Letters to the editor

Thank you to ETC I am writing this email to publicly thank Electronic Theater Controls in Middleton Wisconsin and Mazomanie Wisconsin for their...

 

Closing in on No. 600

When Amy Schlimgen started as Wisconsin Heights' girls' volleyball coach a generation ago, she...

 
 By Joe Block    Opinion    August 30, 2018

Around the Block

Last Tuesday, my day began at 12:15 a.m., although I didn’t realize it at the time, it would end 22 hours later. I had an easy day, compared to many...

 

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