Opinion

A High School Senior’s perspective of life during the pandemic

The times we are in are unlike anything anyone has seen before. Businesses are shut down, people are staying in their homes to safely social distance, and the toilet paper shelves are experiencing a drought greater than Lake Marion had in Mazomanie the past few years.

Letter to the editor

To the editor:

Despite their own personal challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, so many people in our community are finding ways to help others. These range from checking on neighbors and family members to sewing and distributing cloth masks. 

Cody's movie minute

Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) Review

 

With a title as hectic and crazy as Birds of Prey, does the film reflect this zaniness and insanity? Yes. The answer is yes, and then some. This film is just as bonkers as the title suggests.

The Book Nook

A Winning Loser

Ed Kennedy’s life is about to change.  Drastically.  Maybe that’s a good thing because Ed himself feels he doesn’t have much going for him.  His time is spent driving a cab, losing to his buddies at cards and talking to his coffee-drinking dog.

Letters to the editor

What About War?

We just returned from Cuba where we had gone to present a paper on Vermont Township history to a geomatics conference.

The conference was cancelled the day after we got there, so we decided to look around.

Geiger Counter

It’s the

end of the world as

we know it

 

Empty Bowls: Sauk Prairie a success

Dear editor,

I am writing to thank the greater Sauk Prairie community for their support of Empty Bowls: Sauk Prairie. I am pleased to announce that the event exceeded our original $1,000 goal, and raised over $1,500 to benefit the Sauk Prairie Area Food Pantry.

Around the Block

I remember September 11.

I had just left the Sauk County Courthouse. The planes hit while I was meeting with the Sheriff. After taking the exam to be a 911 operator, I was doing an interview.

Letter to the editor

Dear Neighbors,

 

The building waits quietly for the return of its children...

The following was posted to the Wisconsin Heights Facebook page on March 20, 2020 by Wisconsin Heights High School Principal Liz Dostal.

 

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