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Adopt-A-Park Program Begins In Mayville

Adopt-A-Park Program Begins In Mayville


Adopt-A-Park Program Begins In Mayville KAREN ROUSE Individuals, families, businesses, community groups and organizations wanting to take active roles to upkeep and improve Mayville city parks, gardens and trails/streets have an opportunity to do so through the City of Mayville’s Adopt-A-Park program, approved by the Common Council on July 8. The program concept was introduced to the

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Mayville Man Follows Through On Park Commitment

Mayville Man Follows Through On Park Commitment


Mayville Man Follows Through On Park Commitment Karen Rouse Mayville’s newest city park, the Wag ‘n Tag, a football field sized dog park, began with a citizen reaching out to the city’s mayor nearly three years ago. “Any chance Mayville could get a dog park? A ton of dog owners in this town and they would love it,” was a message sent from resident Bill Hartwig to Mayor Rob Boelk.

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Mayville Children’s Theater Casts Disney’s ‘Beauty And The Beast JR’

Mayville Children’s Theater Casts Disney’s ‘Beauty And The Beast JR’


Mayville Children’s Theater Casts Disney’s ‘Beauty And The Beast JR’ Mayville Children’s Theater’s 28th production, Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast JR” has been cast. Seventy-one students in fourth through eighth grades will appear in the production. The actors are from Mayville, LeRoy, Theresa, Horicon, Lomira, Iron Ridge, Juneau and the state of Colorado. The musical

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MLSM To Present ‘Voyageurs Of  Early Wisconsin’s Fur Trade’

MLSM To Present ‘Voyageurs Of Early Wisconsin’s Fur Trade’


MLSM To Present ‘Voyageurs Of Early Wisconsin’s Fur Trade’ Connie and Curt Knoll of Mayville, accompanied by Paisley, their two-year-old dog, listen to the sounds of “Dexter Road” from a hillside east of the park pavilion during Mayville’s Rock ‘n Boom celebration on July 3. (Karen Rouse | DCP) The Mayville Limestone School Museum will be presenting “The Voyageurs of Early Wisconsin’s

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WAG ‘N TAG Dog  Park Opens In  Mayville

WAG ‘N TAG Dog Park Opens In Mayville


WAG ‘N TAG Dog Park Opens In Mayville KAREN ROUSE A much anticipated City of Mayville dog park named WAG ‘N TAG, opened to the public on Saturday, June 22. The park is open seven days per week, 24 hours per day, and is free to residents and non-residents and their canine pets. It is located at the TAG Center, 1700 Breckenridge St. The fenced facility is 130-feet wide by 360feet long and

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Mayville Tables Amending  Poultry Ordinance

Mayville Tables Amending Poultry Ordinance


Mayville Tables Amending Poultry Ordinance KAREN ROUSE Members of the City of Mayville Public Safety Committee again considered amending its ordinance to allow poultry, waterfowl and honeybees inside the city limits on June 24. Alderwoman Kim Olson was absent when the committee last considered changes and said she had recently spent hours researching the matter. The prompt to change