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The 2020 racing season finally kicked off on May 30 at Wisconsin’s Action Track. In front of a packed house, a strong group of racers took the green flag and put on a show that fan’s had been longing for. After the dust settled, last season’s runner-up in the Late Model standings stood tall …

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It has been a good run for Christi Forman, literally and figuratively.

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New episodes of Wild Wisconsin — Off The Record, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources’ podcast, are now available on all major podcast platforms. The new episodes highlight the importance of the Clean Air Act on Wisconsin’s air quality, feature an interview about Wisconsin’s trails …

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One week after announcing its season would be on hold, Jefferson Speedway released its revised schedule for the 2020 season with plans to begin the season at the end of the month.

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It was a foregone conclusion but the sting still was felt throughout not only the state of Wisconsin, but in Marshall and Waterloo as well.

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STEVENS POINT — The University of Wisconsin-Madison announced it is extending the cancellation of campus events through June 30, which eliminates the possibility of conducting the WIAA State Tournaments scheduled at campus venues this spring.

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Marshall High School participated in the #BeTheLight national campaign on Friday, April 10, illuminating the track/football complex. The #BeTheLight campaign recognizes and salutes the seniors of the Class of 2020, along with all the students at Marshall Public Schools, showing them that the…

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The coronavirus pandemic has brought the entire world to a screeching halt, but that hasn’t completely stopped Marshall High School’s Tyler Chadwick.

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MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers’ Safer at Home order recognizes outdoor activity as an essential activity. As such, the 2020 Spring Turkey Season will proceed without changes to the season dates or management zones under the Safer at Home order.

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Tom Hamilton still can’t believe how lucky he’s been to do the job he has loved for all these years.

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In accordance to the “Safer at Home” initiative by Gov. Tony Evers and by order of the Waterloo Police Department, all parks outdoor equipment (basketball courts, disc golf, shelters, baseball/softball fields etc.) and playgrounds will be closed until April 24.

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Waterloo McKays shortstop Andrew Duckert makes a throw during an Aug. 1, 2019 game against Fort Atkinson. The McKays finished the 2019 season 5-17.

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Marshall’s Anna Lutz and Laura Nickel received yet one more honor, both being named to the 2019-20 Associated Press Girls Basketball All-State Team.

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Gavin Wright, above center, is a sophomore at Waterloo High School who competes with the Beaver Dam Trap Team as part of the Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP), earned second-team all-conference honors in the Kettle Moraine Trapshooting Conference last spring. After the conference season …

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Former Marshall boys basketball standout Adam Link has been named to the 2019-20 Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) All-Sportsmanship Team. Link, a senior guard at UW-Eau Claire, appeared in 26 games this season where he scored 28 points and grabbed 25 rebounds. Link helped…

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STEVENS POINT — The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Control voted to cancel the 2020 Annual Meeting and to delay making a determination on the continuation or cancellation of the spring sports seasons and tournaments at a special meeting today.

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Effective immediately, all Learn to Hunt classroom and hunt dates scheduled between March 16 and March 31 have been cancelled due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. As many know, there is an increased risk of exposure to COVID-19 in group settings and in close-quarter situations.

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The 2020 WBCA Division 3 all-state team features four repeat selections: Ella Diny of Wrightstown, Callie Genke of Freedom, Anna Lutz of Marshall and Sami Martin of Platteville.

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During these unprecedented times where the sports world has come to an abrupt halt due to the coronavirus pandemic, our sports sections in the Hometown News Group newspapers are asking for your help, and at the same time promote your athletes and teams.

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The WIAA staff and Board of Control have not made any alterations to the spring sports season at this point.  We are monitoring what is happening from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services and the World Health Organization. The situation is very fluid, but if it is determined that susp…

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STEVENS POINT — The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association determined all remaining games of the State Girls Basketball Tournament, and the boys basketball sectional finals and the State Tournament will be canceled in response to the evolving concerns over the spread of COVID-19.

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MADISON — With eyes focused on the future, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is stressing the importance of investing in the next generation of groundwater professionals during National Groundwater Awareness Week, March 9-13.

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BARABOO — It’s long been said that defense wins championships and Platteville proved that in Saturday’s WIAA Division 3 girls basketball sectional championship game against two-time defending state champion Marshall.

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 Ice anglers are reminded that the last deadline in a series of March dates to remove permanent ice shanties from state waters is Sunday, March 15. Shanties must be removed from waters north of Highway 64 and all other outlying waters by the end of that day. Earlier March deadlines cover inl…