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A New Home after More  Than a Century of Service

A New Home after More Than a Century of Service


A New Home after More Than a Century of Service GAYLE RYDSTROM JOURNALIST For 110 years, the same Hinners Organ provided the music at Zum Kripplein Christi Lutheran Church, which was located near Iron Ridge. In May, the organ was disassembled, with some parts being sent to Buzard Organs for some TLC before joining the rest of the organ at the Wheels O’ Time Museum in Dunlap, Ill. Zum

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Missing Dog Found  after 128 Days

Missing Dog Found after 128 Days


Missing Dog Found after 128 Days MICKEY SCHOMMER JOURNALIST In early February, an eightmonth- old rescue puppy, Morty, escaped his home after a week of adoption. For 22 days, lost dog signs plagued Mayville as the community came together to search for Morty until he was sighted on March 16 near the river. Karen Lietz, a caseworker for Lost Dogs of Wisconsin, was assigned Morty’s lost

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Lomira Fire Department goes through Leadership Transition Period

Lomira Fire Department goes through Leadership Transition Period


Lomira Fire Department goes through Leadership Transition Period BEN PRIESGEN JOURNALIST In January 2024, Kurtis Haefs was elected by the Lomira Fire Department membership as the new Chief of the Lomira Fire Department (FD) with the chief serving a three-year term. “I grew up in Lomira and being around the Lomira fire station since I was a young kid, following my dad to the fire station,”

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Embracing Stoicism

Embracing Stoicism


Embracing Stoicism Dear Reader, In the hustle and bustle of our modern world, it is easy to feel overwhelmed by the pressures and challenges we face daily. However, the timeless wisdom of Stoicism, as articulated by great thinkers like Seneca, Cicero, and Marcus Aurelius, offers a path to inner peace and a meaningful life. By viewing each day as a separate life, practicing restraint and moderation,

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ROB BOWE

ROB BOWE


ROB BOWE CONTRIBUTOR My paternal grandfather used to say, “That’s how I see it from my church pew.” After that he would express an opinion or throw his .2 cents worth into a conversation, then sit back and listen. He was a man of extraordinary common sense. In his later years I asked him why he said that. He replied, with a smirk, “Well it’s an old saying my pa used to use, ‘When

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