Opinion

Thu
04
Jun

The Book Nook

Frightening Topical Thriller

 

Thu
28
May

Letter to the editor

Thank you to the Sauk Prairie community for your support at the Friends of Sauk Prairie Healthcare Blood Drive, which was held at the River Hills Church in Sauk City on May 18.  Thanks, too, to the awesome volunteers and employees of the Red Cross who worked at the blood drive during the pandemic!  The blood donations collected have made it poss

Thu
21
May

Cody's movie minute

The King Review

 

The juggernaut in streaming that is Netflix has made a film that feels very much like a Shakespeare classic. Now, those two things may sound like a very strange mix, but let me tell you why The King is one of Netflix’s best films.

Thu
21
May

Letter to the editor

Dear Editor, 

 

Out of consideration and respect for our fellow community members during this global health crisis and time of economic uncertainty, the Sauk City Public Library is temporarily suspending our fundraising campaign for the George Culver Community Library renovation project. 

Thu
21
May

Geiger Counter

The invisible accordion

 

Thu
14
May

Letters to the editor

Dear Editor, 

 

Out of consideration and respect for our fellow community members during this global health crisis and time of economic uncertainty, the Sauk City Public Library is temporarily suspending our fundraising campaign for the George Culver Community Library renovation project. 

Thu
14
May

The Book Nook

Can you teach an old dog new tricks?

Bizarre ideas can result in good stories, which is the case with “The Dogs of Babel” by Carolyn Parkhurst.  The story opens with Paul Iverson divulging that his wife Lexy died after falling from a tree in their yard.

Thu
07
May

Cody's movie minute

Extraction Review

 

Netflix is one of the few places where you can find new movies coming out at the moment and their newest film Extraction has turned out to be quite the hit. But does the movie live up to the hype?

Thu
07
May

Geiger Counter

Llama, llama, quarantine drama...

 

This afternoon, a nice black car drove by my house. Sitting calmly in the back seat was a large white llama. As the vehicle went by, the animal’s glistening black eyes, shaded by lush dark lashes, met mine for a brief moment. 

Thu
07
May

Letters to the editor

Base Camp celebrates small town living

 

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