In the wake of severe flooding, Village of Ontario public works employees Dan Hyatt (left) and Paul Gibson work on cleaning up the village last week. Much of the downtown area flooded July 20.
How do I begin? It’s 6 a.m. I’ve been awake since 4 a.m., trying to find words for you readers who have enjoyed “South Ridge News” for the past 55 or so years. A tear slides down my cheek. Writing this news column has been such a significant part of my life.
The Wilton Ambulance Service recently received a $1,500 grant from the Alliant Energy Foundation. The money will be used to buy a new cardiac monitor/automated external defibrillator.
Area Community Theatre Director Rocky Shutter is looking for 11 men and three women to cast in the theatre’s February production of Joseph Kesselring’s play “Arsenic and Old Lace.”
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas — of the 1950s — at the Monroe County Local History Room in Sparta.
Vernon Electric Cooperative recently awarded Scenic Bluffs Community Health Centers $1,000 toward a dental book program.
Staff for U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) will host mobile office hours from 10–11 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 15, at the Wilton Village Hall, 400 East St.
The Kendall Lions Club held its October meeting on Oct. 17 at the Hidden Inn.
After I stepped out of the car, I did not walk up to the house and knock on the door. I stood in awe at the view.
In early October, Scenic Bluffs Community Health Centers staff hosted a campaign to raise funds to help support the Stephen F. Austin Community Health Network in Alvin, Texas, in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
Two new, state-of-the-art Schwinn Airdyne AD Pro bikes now are available for patient use at the Gundersen St. Joseph’s therapy department, thanks to donations from Hillsboro residents Sharon Nelson and Ann and Kirby Wong.
Two people close to Wisconsin’s gerrymandering lawsuit will give an update on the case at a community supper at the Viroqua American Legion on Tuesday, Nov. 7.