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The Schmidbauers – Hunsy and Grandma

The Schmidbauers – Hunsy and Grandma


The Schmidbauers – Hunsy and Grandma KARL MCCARTY CONTRIBUTOR When comparing last names in a town between a century, one can be wondering why those last names disappeared in the present. That can be said for the Schmidbauer name in LeRoy and St. Kilian. The “flattening out” of that family name was very much on the mind of Earl Kehrmeyer (b.1928), as he explained the importance of that

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Mayville Mayor’s Report

Mayville Mayor’s Report


Mayville Mayor’s Report June 2024 I want to start off this month by thanking all the organizations who made Mayville’s “Rock ‘n Boom” festival a remarkable success. Many long hours of planning go into this yearly event, along with hard work and dedication. Thank you to all that volunteer: Mayville Rotary, Mayville Chamber, Mayville Lions, Main Street Mayville and Mayville Parks Department.

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Plants in a Different “Cat”-egory

Plants in a Different “Cat”-egory


Plants in a Different “Cat”-egory CAROL SHIRK CERTIFIED MASTER GARDENER Unfortunately having an allergy to cats is not uncommon. If a furry cat is out of the question, try a green one instead. Botanists seem to have a fondness for naming plants after cats or cat features, including cattails (Typha spp.), kitten tails (Besseya bullii), pussytoes (Antennaria), catnip (Nepeta cataria), cat

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Corrective Exercise – what is it and why  does almost everyone need it?

Corrective Exercise – what is it and why does almost everyone need it?


Corrective Exercise – what is it and why does almost everyone need it? SUSAN RETZLAFF CERTIFIED PERSONAL TRAINER AND CORRECTIVE EXERCISE SPECIALIST Even the fittest individuals can benefit from corrective exercise. Almost everyone is susceptible to common injuries and has experienced muscle or joint pain sometime in their life. Corrective Exercise improves joint function, balance, helps

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Village of Lomira Turns 125 years old

Village of Lomira Turns 125 years old


Village of Lomira Turns 125 years old BEN PRIESGEN JOURNALIST On June 29, 1899, the Village of Lomira had its first board meeting after their petition for incorporation was made to the Dodge County Circuit Court on March 24, 1899. The Village of Lomira started with a population of 433 residents covering 520 acres in 1899. Lomira’s first police marshall started on July 6, 1899 with

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Milk Maids, Bell Ringers and Clam Diggers

Milk Maids, Bell Ringers and Clam Diggers


LAND BETWEEN THE MARSHES Milk Maids, Bell Ringers and Clam Diggers ROB BOWE CONTRIBUTOR Nonne (Anna) and Katie Asenbauer along with their brother Peter lived together as adults in the house of their late parents Sebastian and Carolina Asenbauer who came to Theresa in the 1860s from Bavaria. The Asenbauer home was located two and half blocks south of St. Theresa’s Catholic Church on Church