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A Windsor woman who runs a salon and spa in the Village of Windsor is among 17 plaintiffs listed on a lawsuit asking a federal court to stop local health departments’ orders restricting social gatherings and businesses from opening and to cease enforcement of the orders.

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Six sites. Five phases. Four years. About $10 million-$15 million. That’s what makes up the Dane County sediment removal project in the Yahara Chain of Lakes aimed at mitigating the risk of flooding.

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Library staff lined the sidewalk in front of the DeForest Area Public Library to wave and say hello to patrons cruising by in the Drive-By Library Parade. Decorated cars, bikes, walkers, and even a dog were there to greet everyone. The officers who help with library programs such as Coffee w…

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Some residents of Revere Trails were hoping to gain support from the Village of Windsor in an effort to encourage the Village of DeForest to reconsider constructing connecting vehicular roads between the housing development and Fox Hills Estates.

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The Dane County Board will be meeting this evening at 7 p.m., remotely. This will be the first regular meeting of the 2020-2022 Dane County Board, following the April election of County Board members, and the initial meeting to elect leadership.

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The sign for the new athletic complex in DeForest was being installed on Friday. It sits just off River Road.

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Gov. Tony Evers on Tuesday directed the Department of Natural Resources to reopen several state parks, forests, and recreational areas originally closed due to unprecedented crowds and out of an abundance of caution to protect public health.

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In light of Gov. Tony Evers’ relaxation of COVID-19 Stay at Home restrictions, The DeForest Area Public Library is offering curbside pickup of materials. The curbside service began Friday, April 24.

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With everyone practicing social distancing, Village of DeForest staff will be hosting a virtual Arbor Day event, which has now been moved to April 27. The event will go Facebook live at 10 a.m. to give a demo and share tips and tricks on proper tree planting. That will be followed by a tree …

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With everyone practicing social distancing, Village of DeForest staff will be hosting a virtual Arbor Day event on April 24. The event will go Facebook live at 10 a.m. to give a demo and share tips and tricks on proper tree planting. That will be followed by a tree planting video with a live…

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The Wisconsin Department of Transportation joins transportation workers and officials throughout the country in observing the annual National Work Zone Awareness Week April 20-24.

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The Wisconsin Department of Transportation joins transportation workers and officials throughout the country in observing the annual National Work Zone Awareness Week April 20-24.

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Egre Road will be closed beginning April 20 between County Highway C and Portage Road for reconstruction. The road will remain open to local traffic and emergency vehicles. The project is projected to completed by May 1.

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Gov. Tony Evers today directed Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) Secretary-designee Andrea Palm to extend the Safer at Home order from April 24 to 8 a.m. Tuesday, May 26 or until a superseding order is issued.

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Usually, the DeForest Area Public Library offers a chance for children to improve their reading skills and have fun reading to an officer from the DeForest Police Department. This month, the title of the program was changed to “Read to an Officer with a Twist,” because Lt. Chris Riedel read …

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On an Election Day that was tough for all poll workers, one voter, Jodee Cox, decided to spread a little joy at their polling place location in DeForest on Tuesday, April 7, by showing up in a dinosaur costume. Local clerks, administrative assistants and election workers put in many hard hou…