MADISON, Wis. – During the 2020 migratory bird season, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) would like to remind waterfowl hunters to help prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species (AIS) in hunting areas and adjacent waters.
MADISON, Wis. – Wisconsin’s air quality is improving. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) 2020 Air Quality Trends Report has been released and confirms decreasing concentrations of most pollutants across the state.
The village of Lone Rock has been awarded a loan for upwards of $600,000 from the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to address deficiencies in the village-owned drinking water systems.
Virtually, in person, or planning and executing hybrid models, students and educators across Wisconsin are showing up and doing the hard work. Families are making sacrifices and hard choices in the face of this pandemic. We should all take a lesson from this dedication and perseverance.
Wow—what a two weeks it has been.
The last two weeks have been a rollercoaster, uphill battle and triumph all wrapped into one, and honestly, my head is still spinning a bit. To start, the first edition of Valley Sentinel is out, and that is such a triumph. I know my job is to be a writer, but I find myself at a loss for words to express just how excited I am.
There is a difference between an editorial and a news story. There is a difference between taking a position and impartially presenting others’ positions. In an editorial, we believe our community is best served by a common sense position being taken that inspires action and fosters solutions. In a news story, it’s our duty to report on the actions that are taken, without inserting position or bias.
As Gov. Evers’ early October order to keep bars and restaurants indoor capacity limited bounces through the courts, a few Spring Green businesses reflect on how the constantly changing COVID-19 mandates and restrictions have affected them.
The National Weather Service reported approximately 4-6 inches of rain falling over the River Valley area Oct. 22 into the morning of Oct. 23, leaving behind minor flooding and rushing water throughout Spring Green.
Sauk County officials say hospitals in the county are at risk of being overrun with COVID-19 patients if cases continue to rise at the current rate.
The building of a 250 foot cell tower off of Highway 14 was approved unanimously at a joint meeting of the Village of Spring Green Plan Commission and Joint Extraterritorial Zoning Committee (JEZC) at its Oct. 21 meeting.