126 Bridge Street, P.O. Box 271, Mayville, WI 53050 • (920) 387-2211 • Fax (920) 387-5515

OFFICE HOURS: Monday-Thursday 8:00AM-5:00PM, Friday 8:00AM-3:00PM, CLOSED Saturday and Sunday
The Dodge County Pionier is a weekly hometown newspaper. It is a combination of The Mayville News, Horicon Reporter and Lomira News.
We cover Mayville, Horicon, Lomira and the surrounding areas.


dodgecountypionier photo galleries subscribe news advertise printing business&service contactus death notices

fish deals


facebook connection

classifieds Subscribe Today Connecting People


Front Page News

Gold Star Memorial Bike Trail
Receives Funding from MEC

What began as a grass-roots initiative by a group of Mayville residents to create a safe connection between the cities of Mayville and Horicon is gaining steam and, more importantly, funding to become a reality.


Lomira Pool Struggling To Keep Afloat

The Lomira Pool is the only outdoor pool in the Lomira area for individuals in the community to use when it is time to cool off in the heat of summer, but this year that pool may not be open.

School Partner Program
Has Something For All Ages

Two officers with the Horicon Police Department have taken on additional duties. Officers Steve Williams and Amy Yahnke visit schools and classrooms for the School Partner Program.


Council Struggles With
Picking Insurance Plan

On Monday, March 23, Mayville Common Council members tried choosing an insurance plan for the city's employees, but came up short.

 School Referendum
Discussed At Council Meeting

Possible Sale Of City's Cell
Tower Receives Bad Reception


Full stories in this week's Pionier.

Subscribe Online or Email to Subscribe



TSB Bank Chosen As
Lomira Area Chamber
Of Commerce Featured
Business Of The Month

STEM Olympics Challenges Students In Lomira

The Big Band
Musical Photos


Brownsville Public
Library Hosts
Movie Matinee

Full stories in this week's Pionier.

Subscribe Online or Email to Subscribe


City Of Horicon Will
Continue Billing
EMS Calls

After a presentation by Laura Krist, client business specialist/sales for Life-Quest Services, Horicon council members decided
to continue having EMS bills processed from Horicon City Hall. The presentation
and decision was part of the committee of
whole meeting on Tuesday, March 10

Horicon High School Academic Bowl Team Third In Conference


Vocal And Instrumental Solo And Ensemble
Results Of Horicon Students

Full stories in this week's Pionier.

Subscribe Online or Email to Subscribe


Visit Dodge County Pionier's profile on Pinterest.

TAG Center

Available For Pick Up

Visitor 2014




Where Can I Pick Up A Paper?

Where Do I Pick Up A Paper

Front Page Ads

Home • SubscribeNews • Advertising • PrintingBusiness & ServiceContact Us

www.thecampbellsportnews.com Click to access The Campbellsport News