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Dylan and Tanner Gee complete Eagle Scout projects


Paul Vosen (Tanner’s great uncle) and Tanner Gee.

Thanks to the many helping hands of other Scouts, family and friends, Dylan and Tanner Gee completed their Eagle Scout Projects at the Halfway Prairie School this past weekend.

District One EMS’ Jim Wick awarded First Responder of the Year


Jim Wick with Representative Dave Considine.

Jim Wick was honored as the First Responder of the Year for the 81st Assembly District. Wick was invited onto the Assembly floor for a ceremony and received a citation for the award.

Former CEO of The Onion talks about book at Tripp Museum

A night with Steve Hannah, former CEO of The Onion, will be held at the Tripp Museum Thursday, Oct. 24, at 7 p.m. There will be a mingle from 6:00 to 6:30 p.m.

Free Congregation of Sauk County starts ‘Alexander von Humboldt’ year with speaker

Cora Lee Kluge, emerita professor of German at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and past director of the UW’s Max Kade Institute for German-American Studies, will be the special guest speaker for the Free Congregation of Sauk County’s 168th celebration of Founders Day on Sunday, Oct. 20, 2019.

reTwist-T brings repurposing and upcycling to Sauk City

For sisters Teresa Bare-Inman and Tanya Bare, owning a business isn’t just about finding a way to make a profit off their creativity. Their business, reTwist-T is also an avenue they hope will help inspire creativity in others.

Vermont Lutheran Church holding Lutefisk/Meatball Mission Dinner

The annual Vermont Lutheran Church Lutefisk/Meatball Mission Dinner will be held Saturday, October 19, from 11 a.m to 6 p.m. At this time the reservations are filling up so in order to get a confirmed time you will need to get reservations by going to the Vermont Lutheran Church web page or contact Char Meier at 767-8860.

River Arts events

Juried by John Ribble and curated by River Arts Inc, Wings & Water features 40+ award winning artists from around the nation each year. This exhibit honors our prairies, rivers, and birds through a wide variety of media.

Ruth Culver Library friends say thanks


The Friends of the Ruth Culver Community Library 11th annual Golf Outing and Dinner held on September 4 was a very successful day. The Friends thank to all of the participants who joined them that day. Many generous sponsors and donors helped make the event successful. A full list of sponsors, silent auction, gift and prize donors be found at: https://www.pdslibrary.org/golf-outing-2019. The success of the event was made possible by many committee members and volunteers. The financial success of the golf outing allows the Friends to continue to support the Ruth Culver Community Library with donations for needed equipment, materials and programs. The eleven golf outings have provided over $100,000.00 in support to the library. Please set aside Wednesday September 9, 2020, for the 12th annual Friends of the Ruth Culver Community Library Dinner and Golf Outing. Pictured: Curt and Sue Culver heading out on the course at the Friends of the Ruth Culver Community Library Golf Outing held at Lake Wisconsin Country Club.

The Friends of the Ruth Culver Community Library 11th annual Golf Outing and Dinner held on September 4 was a very successful day. The Friends thank to all of the participants who joined them that day. Many generous sponsors and donors helped make the event successful.

A bed time story for special guests at the Sauk City Library

On Oct. 4-5, the Sauk City Library held a stuffed animal sleep over for some of their younger patrons. Kids and their animals listened to stories and then the special guests were tucked into bed. 32 people--kids and adults--attended Friday, and 35 Saturday morning.

Former CEO of The Onion talks about book at Tripp Museum

A night with Steve Hannah, former CEO of The Onion, will be held at the Tripp Museum Thursday, Oct. 24, at 7 p.m. There will be a mingle from 6:00 to 6:30 p.m.

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