Progress on The Place

Construction continues on the new building for The Place, a Main Street Norwalk tavern.

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  • Norwalk Public Library to offer expanded hours

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    In an effort to better serve the citizens of Norwalk, the library board has approved an expansion of the hours of operation effective Sept. 16.

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    Local farms named to Wisconsin Century Farm list

    September 12th, 2019
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    These are trying times for America’s farmers. The daily news brings headlines on the exodus of dairy farmers from the business, corn and soybean farmers who depend on government bailouts as the trade war shrinks the Chinese market, and drastic weather events that drown crops and wash away hope of profits.

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    Likely to remain Wilton’s police chief, ambulance director

    September 12th, 2019
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    After a closed session Monday, the Wilton Village Board agreed to keep on Jeremy Likely as its police chief and ambulance, though his hours will be reduced to 25 per week.

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    Ontario wins USDA Search Grant

    September 12th, 2019
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    Monday’s Ontario Village Board meeting was a whirlwind of activity, with progress made on flood mitigation and the purchase of additional village property.

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    Norwalk has two public hearings in same night

    September 12th, 2019
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    The Village of Norwalk had two public hearings on Monday, the first of which asked for public input on the recently purchased building at 212 Main St.; and the second, on backyard chickens.

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  • At Norwalk Village Board meeting, anger erupts over backed-up sewage during 2018 flood

    September 12th, 2019
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    Tempers flared at Tuesday’s Norwalk Village Board meeting during an announcement for a public meeting next month on the mandated flood-ordinance update.

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    Start of a 10th decade

    September 12th, 2019
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    Francis Trepes of Kendall celebrated his 90th birthday with a party Saturday at the Kendall Community Hall.

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    The flood: A one-year summing-up

    September 5th, 2019
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    Yes, it was just a year ago that many residents in Monroe and Vernon counties were still dumbstruck by the damage caused by one of the worst flooding events in local history.

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    Kendall’s Labor Day bash

    September 5th, 2019
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    Darlene Martalock (left) and Carol Gammon chat during the Kendall All-School Reunion and Gathering. [...]

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    Deer-baiting ban remains in Monroe County

    September 5th, 2019
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    Hunters and wildlife observers planning fall and winter outdoor activities in Monroe County are reminded that deer baiting and feeding is prohibited.

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    Whitestown denies variance for Bug Tussel tower

    September 5th, 2019
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    The Town of Whitestown Board agreed unanimously Aug. 20 to deny Bug Tussel’s variance for a guy-wired, 5G tower at Dutch Hollow Road and W. Kettle Road.

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