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Poplar Grove Apartments  Ready to Lease

Poplar Grove Apartments Ready to Lease


Poplar Grove Apartments Ready to Lease PIONIER STAFF Starting May 1, units became available for lease at the new Poplar Grove Apartments located at 1204 Dayton Street in Mayville. The development is planned for three buildings with space for a fourth. The first building contains 18 units and will be self-managed. Once the first building is 80% leased, work on the second building

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KEKOSKEE KORNER

KEKOSKEE KORNER


KEKOSKEE KORNER This Saturday, June 22! We’re excited about the bag toss tourney being run by MT Pockets. Let friends and family know that we want teams at this professionally run tourney. Team entry is $30. Ten dollars of that will go towards new playground equipment. The remainder of the fee goes towards a 100% payout per division. Sign in starts at 10 a.m. and bags fly at 11 a.m. Pre-register

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May 2024 Mayor’s Report

May 2024 Mayor’s Report


May 2024 Mayor’s Report Hello, Mayville friends and residents! I wanted to start off this month by wishing the class of 2024 congratulations on graduating high school. May you aim high and reach your goals for the future. Ambition and desire will take you a long way in life. Set your mind for greatness and, again, congratulations! This past month we commemorate Memorial Day as we

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Unveiling the Echoes of Time in Shelley’s  “Ozymandias”

Unveiling the Echoes of Time in Shelley’s “Ozymandias”


Unveiling the Echoes of Time in Shelley’s “Ozymandias” Dear Reader, In Percy Bysshe Shelley’s poignant sonnet, “Ozymandias”, the reader is transported through the annals of time, encountering the echoes of voices long silenced by the sands of desert winds. Through the juxtaposition of various voices, the poem unveils the ephemeral nature of power, fame, and human existence itself.

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Mayville Music Department Ends the School Year on a High Note!

Mayville Music Department Ends the School Year on a High Note!


Mayville Music Department Ends the School Year on a High Note! SARA LEHNER The Mayville High School Music Program cruised into spring with a lot to celebrate! The Cardinal Singers wrapped up their “Rags to Riches” show choir season with their final performance at the Schauer Center on April 7. The event included performances by several solo and ensemble performers, the junior high show choir,