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A friendly game of Frisbee, similar to kick ball, was played during the Waterloo School District summer school activities. Summer school runs through July 3 in the district.

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Waterloo Utilities employees Chris Hauptli and Tim Sullivan put up American flags along East Madison Street Monday afternoon, June 17 for the Independence Day celebration in the city. Activities are planned for the night of July 3 and all day July 4 in Waterloo Firemen’s Park. There will be …

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While the five people who attended Congressman Mark Pocan office hours at the Marshall Community Library on Friday, June 21, mainly “came to listen,” they filled the 60 minutes with questions and comments about health care, drug costs, and campaign finance reform.

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A game of Frisbee was being held on the Waterloo High School football field during summer school last week. Taking aim with the flying disc was Nathan Reedy as Emanuel Granados looked on.

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A full train transported campers from The Whistle Stop Campground to Little Amerricka Amusement Park recently. The campground in the Village of Marshall is open for its second season.

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Students in Waterloo School District summer school program made colorful tiles with rubbing alcohol and ink in one of the 20 different courses offered. Summer school is offered from June 17 to July 3 this year, due to the construction in the district. Clockwise from left were, Bryn Huebner, …

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The conductor ensures safety is followed at The Whistle Stop Campground train Sunday, May 27 before the passengers are transported to Little Amerricka Amusement Park.

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Gill Hernandez, one of the vendors at inaugural farmer's market May 26 in Marshall, sold vegetables and tomatoes. The market will operate every Sunday until Sept. 1 at Fireman's Park from 8 a.m. to noon.  

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Aubrey Schlimgen, from Schlimgen Farms in the Town of Medina sold beef at the farmers’ market in the Village of Marshall on opening day. The market runs every Sunday until Sept. 1 at Fireman’s Park. There were 18 vendors registered, with some signed up for every week and others rotating.

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Paula Bakken, left, and Christine Phillips, right, were selling starter seeds, bedding plants and flowers through the Marshall High School FFA Chapter at Marshall's farmers' market located at Fireman's Park Sunday, May 26. The market continues every Sunday from 8 a.m. to noon through September.

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Construction and excavating work has begun at the Waterloo School District facility with the addition of a new gymnasium and expansion of the fitness center. Other work to be completed in the $16.2 million improvement project is an additional restroom in the elementary school, remodeling of …

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After the Village of Marshall’s potential four-unit apartment complex was denied through the planning commission and the board earlier this year, the owners created a revised plan that was tabled at the special hearing June 10. The discussion and the questions dealt with the process of submi…

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The Marshall Community Library held its summer reading program kick-off party on June 10. This year’s theme is space. Jordan Moen-LaCrosse, with the leopard face paint, won the Fortnite Dance Competition held during the kick-off. There were many other activities and crafts offered along with…

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The final asphalt layer on Edison and Franklin streets will be laid soon, completing the city’s 2019 street project. The two streets were reconstructed with new infrastructure, sidewalks, curb and gutters and pavement.

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A one-vehicle accident at 7:38 a.m. Monday, June 17, closed Main Street in Marshall near the Deerfield Road (State Highway 73) intersection. The vehicle was west on Main Street when it crossed the centerline and struck a utility pole. The driver, the lone occupant of the vehicle, was not tra…

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Village of Marshall area residents will have the opportunity to compete in a holiday lights and decorating contest later this year. The community engagement committee voted to call the competition Light It Up Marshall at its June 6 meeting.

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Hudson Stuelke of Waterloo, received instructions from Waterloo Police Department officer Sarah Thomford on how to ride his bicycle during a bike rodeo at the Waterloo Elementary School Saturday morning, June 8. The rodeo was sponsored by the Karl Junginger Memorial Library, Waterloo Police …

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Steve Butzine of Waterloo was among the car enthusiasts at the first car show of the season held at the American Legion Hall on State Highway 89 Friday night, June 7. The car shows, sponsored by NAPA of Waterloo, will run through August from 5:30 to 8 p.m. The shows are held in conjunction w…

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The Barrel Inn in Deansville hosted the first horse pull of the season Friday, June 7. Other pulls are set for June 28, July 12, Aug. 16 and the championship pull will be held Sept. 14. Taking a team of draft horses through the course was Tim Griffin.

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Twenty-eight residents approved the first step toward solving the town’s salt barn woes to allow the purchase of 30.2 acres on Missouri Road.

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During the first special meeting held by the Medina Town Board Wednesday, June 5, supervisors approved bids to pave East Medina and Canal roads this year.

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Hudson Stuelke of Waterloo, received instructions from Waterloo Police Department officer Sarah Thomford on how to ride his bicycle during a bike rodeo at the Waterloo Elementary School Saturday morning, June 8. The rodeo was sponsored by the Karl Junginger Memorial Library, Waterloo Police …

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Rue Bybee, 6, of Waterloo, rode his bicycle through the course at the bike rodeo held at the Waterloo Elementary School Saturday morning, June 8. Behind him was his brother, Azi Bybee, 7. The bike rodeo was sponsored by Trek Bicycle, Karl Junginger Memorial Library, Waterloo Police Departmen…

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Aaron Schattschneider of Marshall will serve as the student representative to the Madison Area Technical College (MATC) district board for the 2019-20 academic year. His term begins July 1.

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The Waterloo Common Council waived impact fees for the Waterloo School District to construct a new gymnasium and update its facilities when it met Thursday, June 6.

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The Waterloo Common Council approved a conditional use permit for the construction of a telecommunications tower at 333 Portland Road Thursday night, June 6, along with an amendment to a ground lease agreement between the city and the owner of the tower.

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“We are, we are the mighty Cardinals,” the Marshall High School Class of 2019 shouted Saturday afternoon during their final appearance as a high school senior.

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A Maunesha River cleanup day will take place on Saturday, June 29. It will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Organizers will meet at Langer Park and carpool to the worksite near Maple Heights. Lunch will be provided at the conclusion of the workday, but reservations are needed. One does not need…

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The first horse pull of the season was held Friday, June 7 at the Barrel Inn in Deansville. The pull included draft horses, with Bill Waldera pulling a team. Another pull with ponies is set for June 28, with regular pulls set for July 12, Aug. 16 and the championship pull on Sept. 14.

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Lyla Stuelke of Waterloo road her bicycle through a maze of cones as part of the annual bike rodeo held Saturday morning, June 8 at the Waterloo Elementary School. The rodeo is a joint effort of the Karl Junginger Memorial Library, elementary school, Waterloo Police Department and Trek Bicycle.

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The Friday night car shows started at the American Legion Hall on State Highway 89 Friday night. The car shows, sponsored by NAPA of Waterloo, will run through August from 5:30 to 8 p.m. The shows are held in conjunction with the legions hamburger night. The first show Friday, June 7 attract…

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Erin Tome, right, a Trek employee, serves up pancakes before Saturday’s Trek 100 in Waterloo. Pictured left is employee Sara Winn.

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Jared Norton, singer with Granny Shot, sang cover songs from the 90s and 2000s at Waterloo Firemen’s Park May 30 as part of its first Community Night. Concessions were sold and a farmers’ market offered. More Community Nights will be held the last Thursdays of the month, June 27, July 25 and…

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Mark Duran, left, of Darien, Wisconsin, rides for the Wounded Warriors Project on Saturday as riders welcomed the American heroes along on the ride.

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Thirty-six graduating seniors at Marshall High School received scholarships at an academic program Wednesday, May 29. Following are the scholarship recipients, in alphabetical order.

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Below a circular halo around the sun, 71 seniors from Waterloo High School received their diplomas on the athletic field of the school Sunday afternoon, June 2.

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Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin announced the release of Map the Meal Gap 2019, the latest report by Feeding America® on food insecurity and the cost of food at both the county and congressional district level. It is the only study that provides food insecurity data at the loca…

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The participants of the senior exercise program at the Karl Junginger Memorial Library donated funds to this year’s summer reading program, “A Universe of Stories.” The group gathers every Wednesday at the library, but takes a break for the summer. The group includes, back row from left, Shi…

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Calling the need for next-generation dairy research critical, five Wisconsin farm groups have urged state lawmakers to increase investment in scientists and supporting facilities at the state’s agricultural colleges.

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Stacy Ironside, left, Mel Stark, back and Damon Tolhurst, right, participated in the weekly Wood Carving Club at the Marshall Community Library May 14.

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A crowd of people listened to Granny Shot, a 90s and 2000s alternative and classic rock cover band from Madison on Thursday, May 30 at Waterloo Firemen’s Park. Samantha Battenberg opened the concert and a farmers’ market was held in the upper park area adjacent to the roundhouse and the stag…