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  • Royall’s mill rate projected to go up

    September 30th, 2019
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    A drop in state aid is likely to result in a mill-rate hike this year, causing local taxpayers to take on a greater share of Royall’s funding responsibility, school district business manager Jeff Lankey said while presenting a preliminary budget at Monday’s annual meeting.

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    Royall struggles to fill teaching positions

    August 28th, 2019
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    A statewide teacher shortage has resulted in repercussions for the Royall School District as its administration works to fill certain slots.

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    N-O-W mulls proposal for liaison officer

    August 28th, 2019
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    The Norwalk-Ontario-Wilton Board of Education considered the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office’s proposal Aug. 12 to share a liaison officer with the Cashton School District and the Ho-Chunk Nation.

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    Kendall hires new clerk

    August 15th, 2019
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    Kendall has hired a new clerk/treasurer to replace Lynne Hanson, who will retire Oct. 12, the village board noted at its meeting Monday.

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    Wilton’s police chief asks for reduced hours

    August 15th, 2019
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    Though Jeremy Likely, Wilton’s police chief and ambulance director, has obtained a new full-time job as a drug investigator with the Ho-Chunk Nation, he still hopes to work for the village on a more limited basis, he told the village board at its meeting Monday.

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  • Kendall couple poses plan to reopen depot

    July 11th, 2019
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    Shuttered for the past two years, the Elroy-Sparta State Trail headquarters, which are housed in the Kendall Depot, could be placed under Village of Kendall management, Kendall residents Steve and Lori Peterson told the village board at its meeting Monday.

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    Arndts’ donation used for N-O-W STEM projects

    June 27th, 2019
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    A substantial donation from Norwalk-Ontario-Wilton Board of Education member Justin Arndt and his wife Kirstin made possible an array of elementary school programs and projects, teacher and instructional coach Travis Anderson told the board at its meeting June 17.

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    240 enrolled in summer school at Royall

    June 27th, 2019
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    About 240 Royall School District students from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade are enrolled in this year’s summer school program.

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    Kendall School Marketplace continues to serve food

    June 13th, 2019
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    Though the situation could change in a matter of days, the Kendall School Marketplace remains open, as the company that may convert it to a hemp-processing plant has not bought the building.

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    Wilton rejects Wellington’s ambulance-fee request

    May 16th, 2019
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    The Wilton Village Board denied the Town of Wellington’s request Monday that the former forgive or reduce two Wilton Ambulance Service chargebacks, a figure that reflects unpaid ambulance bills from town of Wellington patients.

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    Kendall public meeting on park rehabilitation set for April 24

    April 11th, 2019
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    Kendall will host a public discussion on Glenwood Park repair efforts at 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 24.

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