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To clarify a story in the April 2 edition about the Village of DeForest Planning and Zoning Commission’s most recent meeting, the DeForest Area High School expansion and work in the Fox Hill Estates are two separate projects.

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Neesvig’s, of Windsor, recently sent three pallets of food and milk donations to The River Food Pantry in Madison to help those in need in the community.

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The DeForest terminal of Kobussen Buses has been out delivering meals to students in the DeForest Area School District as a way to show support for the community. Schools are closed in the state indefinitely.

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Gov. Tony Evers today directed Department of Health Services (DHS) Secretary-designee Andrea Palm to issue an agency order mandating the statewide closure of all K-12 schools, public and private, as part of the state’s efforts to respond to and contain the spread of COVID-19 in Wisconsin. 

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In the next week or two, every home in the United States will receive a letter with an invitation to participate in the 2020 Census.

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On Dec. 11, Mike Bertram, Arlington Research Station University of Wisconsin-Madison manager reported the first snowy owl sighting for the winter on Badger Lane at the station. On Jan. 16, Madison Audubon owl volunteers assembled with high hopes of locating and trapping a snowy owl.

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On Dec. 11, Mike Bertram, Arlington Research Station UW — Madison, Manager reported the first snowy owl sighting for the winter on Badger Lane at the station. On Jan. 16, Madison Audubon owl volunteers assembled with high hopes of locating and trapping a snowy owl.

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The Redevelopment Plan for the Windsor Crossroads project area was unanimously approved by the Windsor Village Board at its meeting Thursday, Feb. 20.

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Town of Vienna residents learned how a proposed solar farm could generate revenues for the town, along with Dane County.

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A meeting with a renewable energy company seeking to lease approximately 2,500 acres in the Town of Vienna for a large solar farm packed the town’s garage Feb. 19 with many concerned about the project’s effect on farmland and several dairy operations.

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By a unanimous 7-0 vote at its meeting Tuesday, Feb. 11, the Village of Windsor Community Development Authority adopted the community’s Redevelopment Plan for the 38.7-acre Windsor Crossroads project area.

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American Legion Olson-Grinde Post 348 was named “Non-Profit of the Year” at the DeForest Windsor Chamber of Commerce annual Gala on Jan. 23. Commander Richard Snortum (middle) accepted the award. He is flanked by Chamber President Monica Titley (left) and Chamber Executive Director Heike Com…

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The Windsor Village Board unanimously authorized the borrowing of $7,765,000 at its meeting Thursday, Feb. 6, for a number of 2020 capital and water systems projects.

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After growing up with a father who was a dentist, Maggie Fisher had always considered walking in his shoes, but ultimately went a different route after high school. But eventually things came full circle.

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After poor weather conditions put a damper on a reorganization meeting scheduled in January, the South Central Wisconsin chapter of the National Korean War Veteran’s Association has scheduled another meeting time.

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Thanks to the conservation efforts of several area farmers, the amount of algae-producing phosphorus flowing into the Yahara watershed due to farm runoff has decreased over the years.

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Between the years 2020 and 2026, the Village of Windsor is expected to borrow an estimated $26,810,000 for a host of proposed capital projects, including $7.615 million in 2020.

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Members of area VFW and American Legion posts were among those who went around Rude’s Lanes Saturday collecting money for the raffles at a fundraiser for Badger Honor Flight.

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The annual fundraiser for Badger Honor Flight was held Saturday at Rude’s Lanes in DeForest. One of the top raffle prizes was this quilt. Last year’s event raised around $15,000.

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Several area residents expressed concerns about an expected development in the village during a planning and zoning commission meeting last week.

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Snow plows were out Monday in the Village of DeForest cleaning up after the weekend snowfall.

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Free Bikes 4 Kidz Madison (FB4K) will collect gently used bikes on Saturday, Jan. 11 as the first phase of its third season. The bikes will be refurbished and donated to 1,500 area youth later this spring. Area residents can donate extra bikes of any size at the following Unity Point Health …

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A photo in the Dec. 19, 2019, edition of the DeForest Times-Tribune, incorrectly identified one of those pictured was incorrectly identified as Dave Hatch. The correct name is Dave Hatz. We apologize for the error.