Because the Kendall Mustang Riders ATV Club has received so much support over the years from the neighboring communities in our efforts to open road routes and to put on tractor pulls and bowling tournaments, we have decided to give back to these communities!
The Kendall Mustang Riders ATV club recently donated money to the Kendall Fire Department, the Norwalk Fire Department, the Wilton Ambulance and Wilton Fire Department, and the Ontario Ambulance and Ontario Fire Department.
Donating to these local emergency services may best help all of the people in these communities, as they may be life and property saving! Thank you! — Contributed by the Kendall Mustang Riders
WIC hybrid services began in Monroe County on Aug. 10. Appointment reminders will indicate if the appointment will be in person or over the phone. In-person appointments will be located at 315 W. Oak St. in Sparta.
Wisconsin ranks No. 4 for the number of dog breeders in the state cited by the U.S. Department of Agriculture for violations of health and safety rules so far this year, according to reports compiled by Bailing Out Benji, an Iowa-based animal welfare organization.
The Wisconsin Department of Justice has secured additional funding for the Office of School Safety (OSS) for the 2023-24 school year after Republican lawmakers decided not to increase the office’s funding in the state budget.
Brookwood vocal music teacher Hunter Evenson will attend his first-ever Packers game Saturday, but his inaugural visit will include a facet few experience: he also will sing the national anthem to an estimated crowd of roughly 72,000.