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  • High levels of radon reported in Wilton

    March 21st, 2019
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    Some homeowners in Wilton’s Arrowhead Subdivision have reported high levels of radon, a radioactive gas that is found in one in three Monroe County homes, Joy Krueger of the Monroe County Health Department told a crowd that had gathered March 1 at the Wilton Public Library for a discussion on the matter.

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    Brookwood to get new football field lights

    March 21st, 2019
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    Moving forward with a plan to replace football-field lighting, the Norwalk-Ontario-Wilton Board of Education accepted a bid March 11 from Galileo Consulting of La Crosse for $12,000.

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    Kendall mulls water/sewer expansion

    March 21st, 2019
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    In a preliminary exploration, the Kendall Village Board is considering adding water and sewer service to Derrick Street (County Highway P southwest) and to Glendale Road.

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    Ontario debates squad storage

    March 16th, 2019
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    Finding a home for the Ontario squad car won’t be quite as easy as first thought, as the issue resurfaced at Monday’s village board meeting.

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    Driftless Writer Center, libraries seek personal accounts of 2018 floods

    March 14th, 2019
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    The Winding Rivers Library System is partnering with the Driftless Writing Center on a project to collect stories from the recent flooding in our area.

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  • Royall issues raises

    March 9th, 2019
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    The Royall School Board approved teacher and support-staff raises after meeting in a closed session Feb. 25.

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    Residents, officials hash out Ontario recovery efforts

    February 28th, 2019
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    About 22 Ontario residents braved an icy night and gathered in the Ontario Village Hall meeting room Monday to grill Michelle Staff, Wisconsin DNR floodplain-management policy coordinator, and Katie Somers, mitigation supervisor with the Wisconsin Department of Emergency Management, the state agency that works with FEMA on hazard mitigation.

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    Four Kendall homes likely headed toward demolition

    February 28th, 2019
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    The owners of four Kendall residences may be pressed to demolish the flood-damaged structures, the Kendall Village Board noted at its meeting last week.

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    Head of state VA to visit N-O-W on Friday

    February 28th, 2019
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    When Mary Kolar sits down Friday at Norwalk-Ontario-Wilton Elementary School to read “Sky High,” the children’s book, as part of the Read Across America program, at least a few of the students will likely know they are listening to the new head of the Wisconsin Veterans Administration.

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    A leap for victory

    February 21st, 2019
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    Royall’s Paige Britzman and Molly Crneckiy leap off the bench in celebration as the Panthers take a lead at Necedah on Feb. 14.

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    DNR won’t accept old floodplain maps

    February 21st, 2019
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    Any hope the Ontario Village Board had of the DNR accepting 1970s floodplain maps likely was washed away Tuesday, when Michelle Staff, DNR water-regulation zoning specialist, told the County Line that the old maps were not, as the village had alleged, old Army Corps maps.

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