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Getting signatures on Nomination Papers is hard enough, but getting them while trying to keep everyone safe is downright challenging. Ken Van Dyke, candidate for State Senate District 14, is shown here with one of his solutions. People are invited to come outside while Ken sets up his truck …

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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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Two inmates were reportedly captured the morning of Friday, April 17 in Illinois, a little more than 24 hours after escaping from Columbia Correctional Institution.

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Below are the final results from the April 7 election for the area, after all absentee ballots were counted April 13. Some results were noted as still being unofficial, per the Columbia County website.

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With the postponing of in-person voting denied by the state Supreme Court, spring elections around Wisconsin went off as normal — or as normal as they could be given the current situation — on Tuesday, April 7.

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The Poynette Village Board approved a resolution awarding the 2020 Park Street Extension and Washington Street Stormwater projects to S&L Underground, Inc., based out of Lodi. The decision was made at its March 9 meeting.

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Shortly after returning home from school one day in spring 2010, luscely Flores, who was 13 at the time, and her mother heard a knock on the door. Peering through the window, Flores’ mother saw a man holding a laptop. He wore business casual attire and a lanyard around his neck.

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After moving forward to the design phase for several street and sidewalk projects in Poynette, trustees were a little uncertain about going any further with some of the plans after new estimates came in over budget.

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The majority of the area's spring elections will include competition amongst candidates and there will be a few changes for certain due to incumbents stepping down.

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2019 was a year of changes and growth for the Poynette area. Construction began on the new elementary school. The local True Value Hardware store closed after its owner retired. Student athletes garnered awards, annual traditions continued and voters marked ballots.

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An idea for the North/South Trail weaving through Poynette, conceived during the village’s parks commission’s five-year planning process in 2017, will soon become reality.

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MADISON (AP) — A new sampling of a batch of wells in southwestern Wisconsin found a majority contaminated with fecal matter from people, pigs and cows, according to results released Tuesday as part of a contentious regional pollution study.

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Wisconsin lawmakers are moving ahead with a bipartisan proposal to limit the sale of vaping and other tobacco products to people over age 21, holding a public hearing Wednesday on a measure designed to address what advocates called a public health crisis facing young people.

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Democratic Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers on Monday called the Legislature into a special session next month to take up a pair of gun control measures that its Republican leaders have been unwilling to debate, accusing them of telling those who support the measures to “go to hell.”

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In late May, Wisconsin Watch sent a survey to all 72 county jails asking for information about their incarceration fees. Thirty-three county jails from across the state responded initially. By calling and emailing counties that did not respond to the survey, Wisconsin Watch got some fee info…

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Wisconsin finished 31st lowest in the size of its state and local government operations, based on their share of the state’s gross domestic product, according to a 24/7 Wall St. analysis.

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In 2011, Sean Pugh was arrested for allegedly violating terms of his release from prison. A year and a half into his roughly two-year stay in the Brown County Jail, he realized he owed the county around $17,000 — the result of a $20 daily “pay-to-stay” fee plus fees from previous jail stints.