The staff at 3 Sisters Treasures in downtown Kendall and Linda Martin of Kendall last week decorated Central Park for fall and Halloween. (Photos courtesy of Laurie Thompson)
Kendall decorates for the season
What do you remember learning about the abolitionist John Brown? “The Good Lord Bird” is a book of fiction that is more than anything John Brown’s story.
Aaron Anderson (stage name Aaron Scott), a Tomah resident and a Wilton native, performed in a blind audition on NBC’s 19th season of “The Voice” on Tuesday.
Randy A. Volden, 58, of La Farge was arrested Oct. 15 by the Wisconsin State
Brookwood has raised more than $7,000 in its efforts to replace the school’s stage curtains.
What is the longest time you have gone without human contact? Christopher Knight was totally alone for 27 years.
Brookwood will host a cross country sub-sectional meet on Monday, Oct. 19.
Due to Covid-19, the Friends of The Community group’s 23rd annual Thanksgiving dinner will be offered as a curbside pickup from 4–6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 8, at the Norwalk Community Center.
Detective Tom Moon is the leader of an FBI task force charged with combating international crime.
Kids got together at the Kendall Depot on Saturday to create a scarecrow decoration.
I had hoped that the Covid-19 virus would miss us. After all, all we are in an isolated valley, and for so long, things were very, very quiet, but we should’ve known it was not meant to last.