A Monona restaurant is at the forefront of COVID-19 reopening tactics by using ultraviolet (UV) light treatment to protect customers from the virus.
Lacey Seibert is the new vice president of the Landmark Services Cooperative grain division, effective June 1. In this role, Seibert will lead the grain team focusing on strategic planning, business profitability, and employee growth and development.
Monona Bank will donate $82,300 to 15 area food pantries and four other Madison-area nonprofits that are working to assist those in need during the COVID-19 crisis.
Is MGE Energy Inc. prepared for the future? That’s the question on the minds of many shareholders as the MGE Energy annual shareholder meeting is held virtually, for the first time, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Wisconsin Bank & Trust, a subsidiary of Heartland Financial USA Inc. announced that Brent Giles will become president and CEO and will join the bank May 22.
Employees with WPS Health Solutions in Monona planted 1,000 flags Wednesday, May 13, to honor military members who sacrificed their lives for the United States.
The (Janesville) Gazette, effective June 1, will end print publication of its Saturday and Sunday editions but will continue to deliver news and advertising seven days a week through its website GazetteXtra.com and email newsletters, Mary Jo Villa, regional president and publisher with Adams…
When Gov. Tony Evers extended the safer-at-home order until May 26, he probably didn’t know about Anita Zahorsky. The Cottage Grove woman will close her City Looks Salon and leave the hair styling business after 34 years effective Friday, May 1, for a variety of reasons, but she won’t be abl…
When Buck & Honey’s owner Tom Anderson needed to make a decision about closing his two restaurants March 16 due to COVID-19, the safety and well-being of his staff was his first concern. His next thought was, “How can we help?”
Focus on Energy recognized several businesses and other groups across Wisconsin for the impact each has made on the state through energy efficiency. The revealing of the Program’s annual Energy Efficiency Excellence Award winners coincided with Earth Day.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) revoked the wholesale dealer licenses of these Columbia County dealers, located at 101 Skyline Drive, Arlington, for failing to properly follow administrative requirements.
Working through the grief of a deceased loved one is never easy. That’s even more disheartening now, with the COVID-19 pandemic and the safer-at-home order that prohibits gatherings of fewer than 10 in a confined space.
WPS Health Solutions recently donated 15 Apple iPad tablets with the help of John Matthews, a member of the WPS board of directors and former executive director of Madison Teachers Inc.
Kelly Stelzer likes his takeout orders from local restaurants, so much so he felt compelled to help them during the safer-at-home order that prevents them from serving sit-down meals to their customers.
For two decades, Cheri Krisher has been an active member of the Cottage Grove Chamber Commerce. On Friday, March 6, she was presented with the chamber’s Legacy Award at the group’s annual dinner.
Fifty-two entries from 22 communities have advanced to the semifinal round of the 17th annual Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest.
A proposal to turn an 11,000-square-foot grass and gravel area into an outdoor performance venue could become a reality if enough people are willing to contribute enough money to get it going.
Summit Credit Union, with headquarters in Cottage Grove and branches throughout the Dane County area and beyond, was among 14 recipients of the 2019 Governor’s Financial Literacy Award.
Despite twice being tabled by the Cottage Grove Plan Commission, plans to revamp the Farris Auto site in the village were approved by the village board Monday, Feb. 17.
A rundown part of Monona is slowly rising from the ashes, with two of three phases of Yahara Commons now fully complete and plans being finalized for the third and final phase.
With the backing of the Madison Alcohol License Review Committee and the Madison Common Council, the cocktail bar Jade Monkey will begin its move to a new home on Cottage Grove Road.
The second and final phase of the Yahara Commons development at Bridge Road and West Broadway is inching closer to approval, and parking continues to challenge everyone associated with the project.
The Cottage Grove Chamber of Commerce is partnering with the Madison chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMA) to bring “The Blueprint of Marketing Success” panel event to Cottage Grove from 8-10 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 6, at the Summit Credit Union headquarters in Cottage Grove. The e…
Landmark Services Cooperative (LSC) announced the winners of its annual scholarships. The cooperative recently presented 15 scholarships of $750 each to a group of local high school seniors and collegiate students pursuing post-secondary education.
The Bank of Sun Prairie team in Cottage Grove recently presented a $1,000 check to Kathy Stapleton of the Cottage Grove Food Pantry to help stock the shelves in the pantry with food and personal items. From left, are Ashley Urbatch, Andressa Abbott, Sim Kaur, Stapleton, Gabby Loeffler and Ha…
Discover Wisconsin, the state’s leading media brand and tourism TV show, shines the spotlight on Wisconsin restaurants and creameries that produce the iconic cheese curds made throughout the state in an upcoming episode. “A Cheese Curd Crawl” premieres at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 25, on Fox Sp…
Owners of a distillery added a tasting room in 2019, and in 2020, they want to add expand and include an outdoor entertainment area for live music.
Rob Palmer, vice president of government relations at Monona-based WPS Health Solutions, was honored during an Air Force Reserve promotion ceremony Friday, Jan. 10, in Washington, D.C. The U.S. Senate confirmed Palmer’s promotion to brigadier general Nov. 21.
The general development plan for an 82-room hotel in Commerce Park was approved Wednesday, Jan. 8, by the Cottage Grove Plan Commission, and the village board is expected to take up the matter when it meets Monday, Jan. 20.
A proposal to clean up the site of Farris Auto was not specific enough for members of the Cottage Grove Plan Commission, who voted Wednesday, Jan. 8, to table the issue for a month to get more details.
Greywolf Partners, which purchased the former Ghidorzi strip mall on Landmark Drive 18 months ago and brought several businesses to it since then, is seeking approval to build a hotel south of the site.
During the season of giving, Cottage Grove-based Landmark Services Cooperative (LSC) did just that to help local families in need.