Kids got together at the Kendall Depot on Saturday to create a scarecrow decoration (left to right): Bailey, Oliver, Ava, McKenzie and Bela. (Photo courtesy of Laurie Thompson)
Scarecrow at the depot
Happy Thanksgiving! I hope this finds you with a full belly, surrounded by friends and family. We have had a solid start to the school year at Royall, and we continue to move forward despite the pandemic still lingering around.
The open-enrollment period for Marketplace insurance, also known as Affordable Care Act, is now open until Jan. 15, 2022.
Only a few days remain for Medicare enrollees to make choices about their health coverage for next year. Tuesday, Dec. 7, is the last day of Medicare’s annual open enrollment period, when decisions can be made about health and prescription coverage for 2022.
Critically high — these are the words used to classify Covid-19 disease activity in Juneau County between Nov. 3–16 (www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/local.htm).
The Norwalk-Ontario-Wilton Board of Education will have a special board meeting Monday.
One of the highlights of driving through Norwalk in the summer are the flower baskets hanging from the light poles and the planters lining the street.
As daily Covid-19 case counts continue to rise in Juneau County, the Juneau County Health Department no longer has the capacity to follow up with everyone who is positive with Covid-19 and their close contacts.
Lucy Snowe is the main character and the narrator of “Villette.” Villette is a community in the fictional country of Labassecour (French is the native language and appears occasionally in the book).
Both the Royall and the Norwalk-Ontario-Wilton school districts reported low Covid-19 numbers this week.
Brookwood will present the comic production “Greek Mythology Olympiaganza” on Friday, Nov. 5, and Saturday, Nov. 6, at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 7, at 2 P.M. in the Classic Gym.