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Nikolay Middle School language arts teacher Sarah Singsime began cleaning out her classroom for the summer recently. The space was frozen in time, she said.

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Dane County loosened its COVID-19 restrictions as summer officially kicked off this week, while Jefferson County remained open for all activities with public health guidance but no restrictions there.

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Last year, the Cambridge EMS rolled out a community health program with EMTs regularly visiting seniors and others at home, to help ward off emergency calls.

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Deer-Grove EMS is the recent recipient of a special piece of disinfecting equipment created by Bruce Winkler of Innovation Strategies, and built by Electronic Theatre Controls in Middleton. With the COVID-19 pandemic creating havoc with supply lines for critical PPE such as N-95 masks, gowns…

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some local government meetings are now occurring online. Please reach out directly to municipal offices to learn how to attend online meetings, including access codes. To add a meeting to this list, email ksaemann@hngnews.com or call (608) 220-7285.

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The Cambridge News and Deerfield Independent has taken home six awards in the Wisconsin Newspaper Association’s 2019 Better Newspaper Contest. The awards include:

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(MADISON) —The application deadline for the Ethnic Minority Emergency Grant initiative has been extended by two days to give ethnically diverse microbusinesses more time to apply for the $2,000 grants, officials from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) announced today.

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County Executive Joe Parisi has announced that Dane County will increase funding for its Dane Arts Need Grant (DANG!) Program to $122,500 following overwhelming community interest.

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Local community members participated in programming through the Cambridge Community Activities Program (CAP) about 81,900 times in 2019.

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Cambridge and Deerfield salons and barbershops remain in a holding pattern, as one of the last types of businesses still shuttered by local COVID-19 public health rules.

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most local government meetings are now occurring online. Please reach out directly to municipal offices to learn how to attend online meetings, including access codes. To add a meeting to this list, email ksaemann@hngnews.com or call (608) 220-7285.

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Early in Wisconsin’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, there were things Deer-Grove EMS was able to do to prepare, like source surgical masks.

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Madison Dane County Public Health is looking for information on a dog that bit a woman at CamRock County Park, between Cambridge and Rockdale, Saturday morning May 16.

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Ajay Sethi, a professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and director of its Master of Public Health program, studies the spread of infectious diseases such as HIV and measles. He also studies the spread of public health conspiracies, which can quickly unravel the progress achieved by …