Per the Library Board’s decision on Monday night, the Poynette Library is closed to the public, but it is extending these curbside services available Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital in Madison will hold a Town Hall meeting for Veterans on Wednesday, Feb. 19 in the city of Portage. This meeting will provide an opportunity for Veterans, their families and others with a stake in Veterans’ health care issues to make comments a…
Hot sun beat down on the back of my neck, and a mosquito pricked at my elbow. Still, I held my breath and clicked the camera’s shutter-release button twice more before straightening up out of my crouch and swatting the mosquito. The tiny wasp I’d been trying to catch in the act of nectaring …
The community is invited to come and be part of the Christmas Pageant. All ages welcome. Be an actor or sing in the choir. If you are interested in being part of this special event call Nellie 608-643-4628, Barb 608-438-3839 or Bruce 608-493-2377. Everyone is invited to come and be inspired …
The next Ice Age Trail Alliance Lodi Valley Chapter meeting will be at 7 p.m. on Thursday , July 19 at the Lodi Medical Clinic, 160 Valley Drive. For more information, call Joanna at 608-577-9984.
The June meeting of the Poynette Historical Society will be held at 7 p.m. Monday in the second floor meeting room of the Poynette Village Hall. Jean Verthein, NYC/Lake WI, will will share her research on the Keebaugh family genealogy.
As Oscar Wilde, the playwright of 'The Importance of Being Earnest: A Trivial Comedy for Serious People' would put it, "the truth is never pure and simple."
For eons, nature lovers have pondered the peace of the woods at night – as Robert Frost reflected, of hearing “the sweep/ Of easy wind and downy flake.”
Bloody political and religious conflicts around “The Troubles” in Northern Ireland may not be not typical high school fare, but Poynette High School students were up to the task.
As their television show “Desert Flippers” continues to be roaringly successful, Lodi and Madison natives Lindsey and Eric Bennett were recent guest judges on the home-flipping and remodeling show “Brother vs. Brother.” And though they were excited to meet the HGTV stars, while filming in Galveston, Texas they ran into their idol by chance: Jordy Nelson, the Packers wide receiver, strolling down the sidewalk with his wife and baby.
Monroe’s Precocious and Madison’s 5th Gear will take the stage at this year’s Poynette Street Dance, where visitors can enjoy beer, food and fun on July 29.
The Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across America, which stopped in Dekorra on May 19, announced its 23rd anniversary Ride raised $1.3 million – the most funds raised in a single year since 2008.
There will be plenty of dipping, ducking and diving next weekend in Poynette’s Pauquette Park during a dodgeball tournament fundraiser – and it’s not too late to get in on the fun.
In an age-worn Mead notebook, Poynette Area Historical Society volunteers spent decades painstaking detail of every donation they received.
Like some of the MacKenzie Center’s wildlife, visitors will soon have the chance to explore the wilderness by skimming over the top of snowbanks.
Those seeking a little magic to cast a spell on their winter blues don’t have to cross bridges guarded by trolls or face moats with alligators. Instead, they should go no further than the Lodi Public Library this Saturday.
Arlington Prairie Producers 4-H Club, formed by students in the Lodi, Poynette and Arlington areas, won first place and other honors in the Columbia County 4-H Drama Festival.