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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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At approximately 10:40 PM on Wednesday, Jan. 22, Dane County Sheriff’s Deputies, along with fire departments from Sun Prairie, Marshall, Deforest, Cottage Grove, and Truax responded to a structure fire at 5699 County Highway VV, in the Town of Sun Prairie.

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A DeForest man, Danny L. Ranck, Jr., was arrested Wednesday, Jan. 22, at 8:29 p.m. for an eighth offense of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated by a Dane County Sheriff's deputy.

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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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Students in the Techniques of Food Preparation class at DeForest Area High School recently spent a week learning about dairy as an ingredient, as well as dairy as an industry. They participated in milk fat experiments and heard from teachers as guest speakers from the DAHS Agriculture Depart…

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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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In deciding to write her compelling, true-life story, “Dear Future Lover, Bring Your Book Boyfriend to Life,” Judith Joy says, “I wanted to write a book about love and about the principles of creating the life you desire. I wrote a journal that worked for me so I’m sharing those same princip…

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The following area students have been named to the dean’s list at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse for the fall semester of the 2019-20 academic year, ending December 2019.

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Among the areas cleared out by plows in the Village of DeForest Monday after the snow the area received over the weekend was the parking lot at Veterans Memorial Park.

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Increasing instructional minutes for English Language Arts (ELA) and math is a top priority, as DeForest Area School District officials look to establish core programming for the new intermediate school.

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Cadence Klaustermeier (right), an eighth grader at DeForest Area Middle School, won the 2020 DeForest Area School District Spelling Bee. Justin Busch (left), an eighth grader, came in second, and Vaira Mcmahon (middle), a sixth grader, took third. Klaustermeier will advance to compete in the…

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

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Although still months away, the area’s spring elections may provide some changes for municipal and school boards.

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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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County Executive Joe Parisi has announced that Dredgit Corporation will be awarded the contract to begin the first phase of Dane County’s Yahara Chain of Lakes Sediment Removal Project, which will take place between Lakes Monona and Waubesa.

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A yearly tradition, the running Santas spread holiday cheer and gave away candy canes at the mall in DeForest on the morning of Christmas Eve. They started at 119 Paradise Circle and made their way towards Pick ‘N Save and beyond. The pack seems to grow bigger every year.

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After moving to the United States and changing careers, life led Sarita Mannigel to the Madison area, where she's now involved with a county organization aimed at helping business owners.

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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.

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The owners of a house on Hilltop Lane in DeForest apparently wouldn’t mind seeing some snow, as their place is surrounded by about a hundred snowmen.

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A group of enthusiastic mountain bikers recently approached the DeForest Village Board to propose building a trail specifically for their hobby.