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Fire Destroys Iron Ridge Home

When someone came knocking loudly on Laura Kuehl's door shortly
before 2 a.m. Sunday she knew something was wrong.

Painting Hope Within Walls
Of School District Of Lomira

Eric Sammuel Timm Speaks Out To Students During Assembly


Windy Drumlins
Is Familys Dream Come True

Plan Is To Feed 150 People Per Day

Mayville

Mayville Man
Comes Up With
Donger

  Ryan Ziegler and his friends have come up
with an idea to rival "Hooters."
It's name is the "Donger."

Mayville

Children's Theater
Picks
Shrek The Musical, Jr.

Mayville Middle
School
Honor Roll

Determined Student
Makes The Grade

Mayville
Organizational
Meeting Held

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Lomira

Lomira Community Theatre Presents "The Addams Family" Photos

Lomira

Lomira Spring Primary Election Results

Purchase Plants At FFA Sale

 The Lomira FFA will be selling plants on Friday, May 1 from 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. and on Saturday, May 2 from 9 a.m. to noon.

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Horicon

Proposal For Removal Of Ash Trees Discussed, Contracts Approved

 The Horicon Committee of Whole discussed the proposal from David Magnussen, Horicon DPW/utilities and park supervisor, regarding the removal of ash trees within the City limits during its meeting on Tuesday, April 14.

Horicon Students Participated In Many Earth Day Programs

National Honor Society members provided roadside pickup on Hwy. TW. Earth Explorers at Van Brunt practiced reuse and recycle when decorating a tree and lamp; they also planted near the entrance to the office.

Lomira

Horicon School Board Adopts OPEB Trust Investment Policy

Another Day Of Sheepshead

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