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With recent developments related to Wisconsin’s "Safer-at-Home" order, the members of the Bridges Library System, which includes 24 public libraries in Jefferson and Waukesha counties, will begin phased reopenings of their physical buildings in the coming weeks.

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A goose and gaggle of goslings take their time walking along Highway 19 last week. The group didn’t take notice of the mirror image showing up in a large puddle that had formed after a rain shower. Geese and other fowl have been venturing out into the public as the weather has shifted to mor…

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Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs (WDVA) Secretary Mary Kolar today invites Wisconsin veterans, family, and friends to join the WDVA and Gov. Tony Evers to honor the fallen by participating in Memorial Day 2020: Wisconsin’s Virtual Commemoration, a state-wide Memorial Day observance. …

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There’s no doubt things look a lot different than they did before COVID-19, but Girl Scouts of Wisconsin – Badgerland Council has embraced the “new normal” by providing virtual formats of its iconic programming – including summer camp.

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Treat mom or another special female, and support the Humane Society of Jefferson County (HSJC) at the same time, by purchasing a raffle ticket for the chance to win a ring from the J. Jeffery Taylor collection.

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“Boosting immunity” is a hot topic in the fall as cold and flu season approaches; however, this is a conversation we should have all year long. It is especially popular in light of the recent COVID-19 pandemic.

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Dane County Regional Airport (DCRA) will open its first annual “Flight of Lights” drive-through light display along International Lane in Madison. “Flight of Lights” is free of charge and will run daily from 7:30-11:30 p.m. through May 10.

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In 1861, Wisconsin Historical Society founder Lyman Draper asked soldiers stationed at Camp Randall in Madison to help document the Civil War by keeping a diary. After the war, those diaries were mailed back to the Society, where today the documents are regarded as one of the most valuable c…

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The Waterloo American Legion Auxiliary and Waterloo Blooms are partnering to provide fun activity. While taking a walk in downtown Waterloo, consider entering the Candy Contest. Youths up to age 18 can guess how many pieces of candy are in the giant jars in the window of Waterloo Blooms. One…

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Siblings, from left, Dominic, 8, Anthony, 9, and Sophia Hernandez, 4, took advantage of Sunday’s pleasant weather. The trio and their parents were out on a walk; the children opted to take their scooters for a spin. The warmer weather has been bringing more people outside and the sidewalks a…

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The Karl Junginger Memorial Library may be closed, but that hasn’t put an end to weekly story times. Youth services librarian and assistant director Amanda Brueckner will be posting videos of story time Mondays at 10:30 a.m. and Thursdays at 6 p.m. These videos, featuring stories and songs, …

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Polls open Tuesday, absentee ballots can be requested through Thursday

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The Marshall Lions and the Waterloo Piggly Wiggly grocery store recently announced a partnership to deliver groceries to the Marshall and Waterloo areas. This service is for anyone 65 years of age or older or those with immunity-related medical conditions who cannot pick up supplies on their…

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For the first time ever, the dog kennels at the Humane Society of Jefferson County are empty. The last available dog, Thunder, walked out of the shelter and into his new home on March 25. The recent surge in dog adoptions may be due in part to the Governors Safer at Home order issued on Marc…

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Beginning Wednesday, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Marshall will suspend all worship services and the building will be closed to non-essential personnel through at least April 4. According to a release from the church, no gatherings or meetings are to take place in the church building duri…

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The Humane Society of Jefferson County (HSJC) is postponing its March 21 Rabies Clinic until a later date. This decision was made after evaluating guidance from the Jefferson County Health Department and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, as well as the newly released information f…

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Marshall Department of Public Works crew member Mathew Pitzer reads “Small Walt” to a group of children and their caretakers Thursday at the Marshall Community Library. The weekly story time had the theme of snowplows last week featuring a visit from one of the village’s snowplows, creating …

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Skylar Rodriguez, 4, munches on some of the 'snow' to be used as part of Thursday's snowplow story time at the Marshall Community Library. Children were placing pieces of construction paper to create a snowplow picture where the popcorn was going to be used as snow. The library hosts a weekl…

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Vanessa Gaman, 4, and Adan Guzman, 3, push toy plow trucks along the duct tape road to remove the popcorn snow. The toy set up was part of Marshall Community Library’s snowplow story time held Thursday. Activities during the weekly story time were all focused on snowplows, which included a s…