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Construction workers are in the process of building Waunakee's second Kwik Trip store at the intersection of Hwy. Q and Water Wheel Drive, near Boston's Pizza.

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Waunakee Community Bank, a branch of Oregon Community Bank, has announced the addition of Sue Beck to the bank as an Assistant Vice President Mortgage Loan Officer. Sue will help provide financing for residential home purchases, new construction and refinances in the Waunakee bank market.

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Endres Manufacturing Company was presented with the prestigious Project of the Year Award in May for their work on The Cosmos project in Madison, Wisconsin. The award was given by the Steel Plus Network in the “Medium Project” category. Endres is one of Wisconsin’s largest and most highly re…

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In honor of National Dairy Month, Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin is encouraging consumers to stand united with the state’s dairy farmers and find simple ways to show support for an industry that contributes so much to Wisconsin’s culture and identity.

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With spring in full bloom, many are looking forward to farmers markets to purchase flowers and seasonal produce.

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A Sun Prairie woman who conducts business at a studio in Waunakee is among 17 plaintiffs listed on a lawsuit asking a federal court to stop local health departments’ orders restricting social gatherings and businesses from opening and to cease enforcement of the orders.

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A Windsor woman who runs a salon and spa in the Village of Windsor is among 17 plaintiffs listed on a lawsuit asking a federal court to stop local health departments’ orders restricting social gatherings and businesses from opening and to cease enforcement of the orders.

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Increasing numbers of employees testing positive for COVID-19 at meatpacking plants across the United States have caused several plants to close and slowed production at others with fewer workers, decreasing the overall meat supply.

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The Waunakee Tribune and APG Media are providing a free webinar for crisis business marketing in the COVID-19 era, especially timely as business restrictions slowly begin to lift, presented by Emmy-winning marketing expert Ryan Dohrn.

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The first phase of the Heritage Hill subdivision just north of Hwy. 113/19 between N. Division Street and Schumacher Road got a green light at the Waunakee Village Board’s May 4 meeting, as did an amendment to the annexation agreement.

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During National Travel Advisors Day May 6, Lori Derauf and Jenni Schmidt spent the day not planning itinerary or booking tours but helping their clients through cancellations.

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Friday’s Fish Fry at the Lone Girl Brewing Company to raise funds for the Rally Around Waunakee campaign received generated $1,655 to help small Waunakee-area businesses.

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A plan for a 50-unit apartment complex just west of McDonald’s was one of 23 projects to receive 9 percent housing tax credits from the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority, Gov. Tony Evers announced on April 28.

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Jacob Hamus, CFP®, Private Wealth Advisor, Vice-President, has joined the new Middleton office of Ameriprise Financial Services Inc., as a financial advisor in the Phelps Hamus Group. His office is at 8383 Greenway Blvd., Suite 600.

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When hungry folks order fish fry at the Lone Girl Brewing Company this Friday, their take-out dinner will support not only the Main Street restaurant, but other small businesses in Waunakee, as well.

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For the past five years, Dane Arts has provided a platform for Dane County visual artists and the greater business community to come together and build partnerships across arenas through its annual Dane Arts Buy Local (DABL) Market. This year, during these challenging times, DABL will turn i…

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For the past five years, Dane Arts has provided a platform for Dane County visual artists and the greater business community to come together and build partnerships across arenas through its annual Dane Arts Buy Local (DABL) Market. This year, during these challenging times, DABL will turn i…

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The Lone Girl Brewing Company has these signs created by local residents up in their windows reminding us all to stay strong through the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Susan Gardner, at right, has a brief chance to connect with community members as they come to pick up craft kits at her Gather store on Main Street. Gardner has been offering the free kits at 9 a.m. Wednesday morning since the governor's Safer at Home order was issued.

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Above: At precisely 9 a.m. Wednesdays, the Gather on Main Street offers free craft kits for people to pick up and get creative with at home. Susan Gardner, owner of the Gather, began offering these several weeks ago. On April 22, all crafts were taken in less than 15 minutes.

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Pete Gunderson, left, and Matt Gunderson said the COVID-19 pandemic and safer-at-home order have created a new normal for funerals for the time being. From extra caution when being called to hospitals, nursing homes and hospices to planning services with families over Zoom and Facetime, staf…

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In this time of the COVID-19 pandemic, while people are cooped up inside to remain healthy, the Wisconsin Department of Tourism is offering online activities to inspire travel plans for the future and virtually explore the state’s natural wonders.

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In this time of the COVID-19 pandemic, while people are cooped up inside to remain healthy, the Wisconsin Department of Tourism is offering online activities to inspire travel plans for the future and to virtually explore the state’s natural wonders.

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In this time of the COVID-19 pandemic, while people are cooped up inside to remain healthy, the Wisconsin Department of Tourism is offering online activities to inspire travel plans for the future and virtually explore the state’s natural wonders.

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Subway stores on University Avenue in Madison and Waunakee are helping to feed front line workers such as health care professionals and first responders with a new campaign. For every $5 donation received, Subway provides a meal to deliver. Donors can also specify locations or teams they’d l…

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The renewable natural gas (RNG) offloading station at Dane County’s landfill is scheduled to receive its first load of biogas this week. The biogas will be brought from a Wisconsin digester that collects the methane from manure which reduces greenhouse gas emissions and harmful runoff to lak…

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Trending Now promotions in Waunakee is getting creative during this COVID-19 pandemic to support other local businesses following the safer at home order. These times are especially hard on the small businesses facing severe economic hardships. They set out to find a way to get money to the …

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The Village of Waunakee approved a proposal to settle two lawsuits filed by Main Street Waunakee LLC, the company formed when Terrance Wall sought to develop the 200 block of W. Main and Second streets in 2018.

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Like every other agency, the COVID-19 pandemic has altered the Waunakee Food Pantry’s operations, impacting the donations normally received at this time and the way Waunakee residents can pick up food.

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Erin Fisk of Spotlight Dance Studio painted a message for her students on the window last week. The other window of the studio now says, “Keep dancing,” a good reminder to all of us during this coronavirus pandemic.