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The Time is Now: Struggling seniors grateful for a little help
Dear W.C.,I am the manager for a low-income housing project. We have several senior and handicapped residents that I think would be good candidates for your assistance.
The Time is Now: Woman asks for help for daughter struggling with cancer
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The Time Is Now: Widowed stay-at-home mom finds comfort
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Mystery Place: Cold Springs home to former Wisconsin governor
Mystery Place: Cold Springs home to former Wisconsin governor
On County Highway N between Whitewater and Fort Atkinson is the community of Cold Spring, where one of our state governors, George W. Peck, lived.
Mystery Place: Home built for Elkhorn's longtime depot agent
Mystery Place: Home built for Elkhorn's longtime depot agent
You can see the former Livingston home, a Gothic-style brick home, at 311 S. Washington St. in Elkhorn.
Mystery Place: Owners born and raised in same house
Mystery Place: Owners born and raised in same house
The James and Annie Tubbs  home is located at 525 W. Court St. in Elkhorn. The original owner of the land on which this house was built was Dr. John Henderson. He obtained the government land grant deed.
Weekly Walk: April showers bring pasqueflowers
Weekly Walk: April showers bring pasqueflowers
The Weekly Walks for April  4 and 5,  2017 The  4 p.m. Tuesday hike, reported by Andy Whitney:It was raining on Thursday morning and cloudy in the afternoon, but the sun finally came out just...
Weekly Walk: Subtle seasonal changes
Weekly Walk: Subtle seasonal changes
The Weekly Walks for March 28 and March 29,  2017 The  4 p.m. Tuesday hike, reported by Andy Whitney:Eight hardy hikers met at the U.S. Highway 12 Ice Age Trail parking lot on a...
Weekly Walk: A spring preview
Weekly Walk: A spring preview
The Weekly Walks for March 21 March 22, 2017 The  4 p.m. Tuesday hike:  Jake is having a fine time on vacation!The 10:30 a.m. Wednesday long hike, reported Marvin Herman:

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Walworth County Government Today: Staying out of debt
I warned you that my column on debt was going to be a two-parter. My last column explored some of the reasons why Walworth County amassed over $50 million of debt between 2000-2010. The debt was taken on for two main reasons:  to renovate or replace...
Walworth County Government Today: When borrowing makes sense
The Walworth County Board is one step closer to becoming debt-free. On February 14, supervisors voted unanimously to redeem (pre-pay) debt that was scheduled to mature (become fully payable) between now and 2027. By doing so, the board paid off $6.9...
Walworth County Government Today: Officer impersonations rare but real dangers
Some weeks I struggle to pick a topic to write about while other times an idea will jump right out at me. This week's column is an example of the latter that began with a conversation that I had with my 18 year-old daughter. Last month, we had the...

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