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Waunakee Village staff got into the Halloween spirit and donned costumes at the Village Hall, renaming the building "Village Howl" during the Oct. 16 Boo Bash on Century Avenue.

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Kianna Irwin, age 5, takes a treat after spinning the wheel at the station staffed by Chris Zellner of Waunakee Community Bank. Several families showed up for the Oct. 16 Boo Bash on Century Avenue.

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An impromptu parade formed down Century Avenue on Oct. 16 for the village's Boo Bash with the Waunakee Chamber of Commerce and area businesses offering candy and prizes to trick-or-treaters.

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Lauren O’Brien, a financial advisor with Edward Jones in Waunakee, has always been interested in finance and numbers. She enjoyed discussing the subjects with her father while growing up, and her husband, father-in-law, and three brothers-in-law are also advisors with Edward Jones (but at se…

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The Addams Family have been a part of American culture since their one-panel cartoons appeared in The New Yorker in 1938. Their history includes a TV series in the 1960s (that of course gave us that snap-happy theme song), two live-action films in the '90s, countless animated adaptations, an…

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The cloud ceiling was low and gray, but at least it wasn’t raining, and it wasn’t cold. Earlier in the day, a couple from southern Wisconsin had stopped by the Museum to ask where they could see some loons without a boat. I’d directed them to Country Road D, which snakes along the eastern sh…

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“Joker” is a film whose reputation precedes it. It has a good reputation because it won the Golden Lion award at the Venice Film Festival and Joaquin Phoenix is generating Oscar buzz for his performance as the title character. But it also has a bad reputation because it’s a dark, violent, ad…

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When I first heard that I’d be reviewing an animated movie called “Abominable” this weekend, I was excited. I couldn’t wait to see a movie about a bovine that swallows an incendiary device. Sadly, this movie is about a yeti and not, as I had hoped, a bomb in a bull. Between this movie, this …

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On Oct. 4, Gallery Night will come to Waunakee, thanks to the time-stacking photographs of Waunakee artist Mark Weller and the Access Wisconsin location at 1113 Stephenson Lane.

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Robert McPherson cares about policy and social issues surrounding housing, and has worked in the mortgage lending and banking industry since graduating from college in 2004. He recalled the practices prior to the 2008 housing market crash that helped fuel many borrowers to overextend themsel…

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For 28 years Gregory Renz was a firefighter and Captain with the Milwaukee Fire Department, and he called it, “The best job in the world. It was my passion,” he says.

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Citing craft breweries’ economic impact to the state’s economy, Gov. Tony Evers has declared Sept. 26 as Wisconsin Craft Brewery Day, the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation has announced.

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We get a movie like “Hustlers” about once a year. It’s a story, told through narration from the main character, about their role in a criminal operation, from its humble beginnings to its dizzying heights to its tragic downfall. Scorsese’s “Goodfellas” is the king of this genre, with the dir…

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Brett Cable helps his son Isaac find just the right decorations for this pumpkin at Wauktoberfest Sept. 14. With music, German food, beer and games, the event took place all weekend at the Endres Manufacturing grounds.

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The Tuba Dan Band plays some high energy polka music during Wauktoberfest Saturday, Sept. 14. It was just one several bands to play during the weekend-long event at the Endres Manufacturing grounds.

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Kari Zeman (left) takes the first sip of beer after Brad Zeman (right) blesses it as Mary Jo Gatzke looks on. The blessing kicks off the beer tasting event at Wauktoberfest each year. Wauktoberfest was Sept. 13-15 on the Endres Manufacturing grounds.

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A number of contestants entered the Wauktoberfest Frau Carry race on the Endres Manufacturing grounds Sept. 14. The winners were Rodrigo Novoa and Leah Navoa, followed by Alec Putna and Kaitlin Richards with Kolton Urso and Lizzie Radloft in third place. Wauktoberfest featured music, German …

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When the Edgar Knecht Jazz Trio performs in Waunakee Sept. 21, the show will be part of a sister county partnership between Dane County and Kassel County in Germany. The trio will play with the Madison College Big Band, which has also visited Kassel as part of the cultural exchange.

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Back in 2017, the big-screen version of Stephen King’s “It” became the biggest horror movie of all time with a domestic gross of over $327 million. The film probably would have gotten a sequel based on its box office alone, but it helped that King’s book takes places in two different time pe…

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Peace Quilters from Peace Lutheran Church completed 39 quilts this year for Lutheran World Relief. Many hands have helped in making the quilts: Kate Betz, Stacey Bormann, Gladys Carlson, Jan Dennison, Roxanne Grinde, Sue Hineline, JoAnn Hoffman, Sue Jostad, Sue Kalscheur, Peg Kollath, Jude L…

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If you are a patron of the Waunakee Public Library, chances are Emily Harkins has been able to recommend a great book for you to read. Knowledgeable in all things library-related, Harkins loves sharing her passion for reading with those who visit the library.

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R-rated coming-of-age comedies like “Good Boys” have tapered off in the past decade, at least in the mainstream. There have been a number of small-scale successes like “Lady Bird,” “Eighth Grade,” and this summer’s “Booksmart,” but those films fared better critically than commercially. I thi…

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With over 100 volunteers, FPC hosted 345 children at this year’s ROAR VBS June 23-June 27. The week was filled with ferocious fun, delicious meals, safari friends, Bible adventures, crafts, games, music, skits and more!

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Dane County Sheriff's Deputy Lucas Gustafson blows up a balloon during the Cops on the Rooftop event at Dunkin' Friday morning Aug. 16. The event raised funds for Special Olympics Wisconsin.

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Waunakee Police and Dane County Sheriff’s Deputies were at Dunkin’ on Friday morning, Aug. 16, to support Special Olympics Wisconsin.

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The last few “Fast & Furious” movies have gotten a little heavy on the number of characters. The franchise isn’t as crowded as, say, the MCU, but it’s becoming increasingly reasonable to say that “anybody who’s anybody” has been in one of these movies.

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The Waunakee-Westport Lions Club has announced the winners in the 2019 WaunaFest Raffle. The list of winners, prizes and sponsors is as follows:

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A dancer from Waunakee will perform in the Central Ballet Academy production of “Pineapple Poll,” a comic ballet danced to music from the Gilbert and Sullivan canon.

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Many know Mike Heller from his weekday sports talk show on The Big 1070 in Madison. He explained, “I’m an open book on the radio. I think it’s important for people to feel like they know me.”

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The Waunakee Whirlwinds 4-H club has selected Alyssa Beery as a recipient of the participation award. She will receive $145 for her five years of membership in 4-H. In 4-H, Alyssa served as club president, vice president, secretary, and historian. She was very active in photography, videogra…