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The DeForest Windsor Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual golf outing at the Lake Windsor Country Club on Thursday, June 13. Members of Anytime Fitness looked to tee it up on the No. 10 hole, and participants were treated to a taco bar and meal after golfing.

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The DeForest Windsor Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual golf outing at the Lake Windsor Country Club on Thursday, June 13. Members of Anytime Fitness looked to tee it up on the No. 10 hole, and participants were treated to a taco bar and meal after golfing.

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Ever since she was a child, Kayla Rothstein wanted to work with animals. Today, as a veterinarian at Token Creek Veterinary Clinic, she is thrilled to get that opportunity every day.

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Adams Publishing Group, LLC (APG) announced today that it intends to acquire Bliss Communications, including two daily newspapers — The Gazette in Janesville and The Eagle Herald in Marinette – and its weekly community newspapers — The Janesville Messenger, The Wisconsin/Illinois Stateline N…

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Members of CrossFit: DeForest held a moment of silence to honor fallen military service personnel Monday during the gym’s first-ever Murph event on Memorial Day. The event drew participants from other area CrossFit gyms from Waunakee, Sun Prairie and Portage.

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At CrossFit: DeForest, around 70 people turned out for its first-ever Murph event on Memorial Day, as CrossFit places all around the country did the same. Held to commemorate Navy Lt. Michael Murphy, who was killed in action, the event offers attendees the chance to do Murphy’s favorite work…

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Ellen Schaaf (center), Waunakee Area Chamber of Commerce Director, says a few words at the Waunakee and DeForest Windsor Chamber’s Business After 4 event held in conjunction with Fortifi Bank’s Fiesta May 7. The two Chambers collaborate on joint events for members in the DeForest, Windsor an…

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WMTV was at the ACE Hardware store in DeForest on April 16, as customers filled the store from 3-7 p.m. to either purchase a weather radio or to get one programmed. Store workers said they sold 120 weather radios and programmed 150.

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Attracting new businesses and industries to DeForest will certainly grab headlines. Michelle Lawrie knows that.

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CENTURY 21 Affiliated honored the achievements of their Wisconsin agents with their year-ending annual State of Affiliated awards ceremony on Feb. 22, as CENTURION Team Producer Mary Schultz, from DeForest, was named the No. 4 team producer in Wisconsin and No. 1 in Dane County.

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Tracy Whipple, of DeForest’s Travel On A Dream, was recently honored as a recipient of the 2018 Million Dollar Travel Advisor Sales Award by MAST Travel Network, a sales and marketing travel agency trade group based in Terrace, Illinois. The awards recognized the top travel consultants among…

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Five candidates running for spots on the DeForest Village Board appeared at a candidate forum Monday night, March 25, at the DeForest Area Public Library to discuss issues facing the municipality. From left to right are: Taysheedra Noll, incumbent Abigail Lowery, incumbent Jason Kramar, Adam…

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Although multiple speakers from different organizations stepped up to the podium during the DeForest Windsor Area Chamber of Commerce’s State of the Chamber breakfast last week, there was one theme central in the presentations: growth.

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After working in salons owned by others and gaining experience dealing with different types of hair, Angela Haug decided it was time to open up her own shop.

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When the owners of CrossFit DeForest opened up their gym last year, they estimated they might have to start looking for a larger location years later.

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After four and a half years of being involved with various local projects and businesses, DeForest’s community development director is saying goodbye.

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A local business that has outgrown its current location will be moving into a space previously occupied by Jump Around Gymnastics after a conditional use permit was approved by the DeForest Planning and Zoning Commission last week.

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If you’ve gone down East Holum Street in DeForest lately, you may have noticed a sign announcing the addition of a new business inside a 1920s home. The Poppy Seed, which officially opened Nov. 10, is a coffee and home boutique run by a local woman who always dreamt of operating her own shop.

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The Windsor Village Board is establishing aesthetic policies for the new commercial and residential development Windsor Crossing, and the board accepted the plan commission’s recommendation to welcome a credit union there.

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The expansion of Mousehouse Cheesehaus broke ground last Thursday in Windsor. The work by Bachmann Construction will more than double the size of the popular cheese shop.

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One of the DeForest and Windsor area’s newest residential developments with a unique history will be available for an up-close look this weekend.