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2019 marks the second year the Milton Police Department has sponsored "Shop with a Cop," said Milton Police Chief Scott Marquardt. The opportunity to sponsor the program came after Janesville Police Officer Chad Sullivan, who has applied for grants to sponsor the event in Janesville for the …

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2019 marks the second year the Milton Police Department has sponsored "Shop with a Cop," said Milton Police Chief Scott Marquardt. The opportunity to sponsor the program came after Janesville Police Officer Chad Sullivan, who has applied for grants to sponsor the event in Janesville for the …

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Bank of Milton held a ribbon cutting Thursday for its new addition. 

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The Milton Area Chamber of Commerce Christmas Walk will be 2-7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 8, at seven Milton homes. The homes are located in Milton at 5606 E. Klug Road, 22 N. Janesville St., 18 N. Janesville St., 742 E. Madison Ave., 715 Parkview Drive. 501 College St. and 1006 W. Madison Ave. Ticke…

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It’s difficult to walk by the home at 1006 W. Madison Ave. without wondering what it looks like inside, what its history is or who lives there now.

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The Milton Town Board and Planning and Zoning Committee will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 9. Meetings are held at the town hall, 23 First St.

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The Town of Fulton will hold a joint meeting of Planning & Zoning and the town board on Tuesday, Dec. 10, starting at 6 p.m. Meetings are held at the town hall, 2738 W. Fulton Center Drive, Edgerton.

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Runners gathered Thanksgiving Day in Schilberg Park for Milton's 10th annual unofficial 5K Turkey Trot. A truck bed of food donations was collected the Milton food pantry. In the spirit of the holiday, Shilo Titus of Janesville dressed as a turkey. With him were other members of the Morning,…

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Milton’s most curious didn’t delay giving Café 26 a try. For months they had wondered what would go into the former Burger King location after Tasty Bites closed. Café 26 opened at 740 E. St. Mary St. on Nov. 18.

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Should the Milton and Milton Township Fire Department rebuild on its current location or relocate and rebuild near the Milton Post Office?

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The City of Milton Common Council approved on Tuesday, Nov. 19, the 2020 city budget. The approved budget includes a 7-cent increase per $1,000 in property value for taxpayers living within the city of Milton to help pay down long-term debt.

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) in Rock County announced payments are now available to eligible producers who lost stored commodities due to natural disaster in 2018 or 2019. The On-Farm Storage Loss Program (OFSLP) was authorized by the Additional Supplem…

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Milton High School Drama will be presenting “Legally Blonde,” Friday through Sunday, Nov. 15-17, at the Milton High School John C. Platts Auditorium, 114 W. High St. Performances will be held Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m., and Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets cost $10 and are available at the door b…

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The parishes of St. Mary, 837 Parkview Drive, and St. Joseph in Edgerton are welcoming new a pastor this month.

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The following actions were taken during the City of Milton Common Council meeting held Nov. 5:

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When Milton High School freshman Emma Grebe says she has pet snakes, people usually freak out or say they are never coming over to her house.

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Trick or treat was not the question. Instead the question this Halloween was should we trick or treat or should we not to trick or treat.

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A man accused of an armed robbery spree in Beloit, Janesville and Milton in recent weeks was feeding a cocaine habit, he told investigators, according to a criminal complaint filed in Rock County Court on Monday.

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Officer Lea Olsen of the Brown Deer Police Department received the 24th Assembly District First Responder of the Year Award. Olsen is a 2011 graduate of Milton High School.

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Access to read news articles at miltoncourieronline.com continues to be free at this time.

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Salon 1897, 230 Merchant Row, opened in September. Hairstylist and owner Kelly Whitney said she has been involved in the industry for 17 years and enjoys her work.

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Property tax bills issued in December will reflect a $9.26 tax rate in the Milton School District. The tax rate is $1.45 higher than the audited 2018-19 rate and is the first since the $59.9 million facilities referendum passed in April.

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With Halloween upon us and lots of talk about who will be on the ballot for President in 2020, it might seem that Election Day is right around the corner. It is not.

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On the job as the Northern Rock County YMCA CEO since August, Angie Bolson is in Milton at the Parker YMCA a couple days each week. Her goals here include adding value to programming, stabilizing membership and understanding community needs, which she said one day could met with a swimming pool.

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On Oct. 19, at approximately 6:42 p.m., a Rock County Sheriff’s Office deputy performed a traffic stop on a vehicle in the area of W. Highway 14 near N. County Road H for a traffic violation, according to a press release supplied by the Rock County Sheriff’s Office.