The River Valley High School spring sports season officially kicked off on April 19—with a later start and a shorter season than usual due to COVID-19.
The Friends of Governor Dodge State Park have funded four StoryWalks at Governor Dodge State Park. They are scheduled this spring and summer. StoryWalks are outdoor reading walks.
The Village of Spring Green Board met April 14 virtually to stamp their approval on the Farmer’s Market location, complete the several meeting process of allowing ATV’s and UTV’s on village roads, to accept the resignation of Trustee Robin Reid as she transitions to village president — and to request the attendance of an ice cream truck owner at their next meeting to answer questions.
Freddy Valentine’s Public House in Spring Green is getting a new menu and a new name come May, Last Leaf Public House will take its place downtown.
A pot-belly pig went on a grand adventure through the town of Clyde this weekend, befriending neighborhood cattle on its way.
Jose’s Mexican food truck visited Spring Green March 8 just outside the Post House Garden, offering a variety of to-go Mexican cuisine options and margaritas. The food truck visits from Jose’s Mexican Restaurant in Baraboo.
This week marks one year since COVID-19 was officially declared a pandemic. This edition of Valley Sentinel is dedicated to reflecting on the events of the past year. The edition includes stories on the effects of the virus, a look at the milestones we as a nation, state and tri-county area have marked and up-to-date information on COVID-19 cases, deaths and vaccinations. Below are submitted experiences from members of the community and Valley Sentinel readers.
RICHLAND CENTER, WI – The Campus View Residence Hall located near the University of Wisconsin-Platteville Richland campus was listed for sale this week by the Campus View Corporation.
Shane Liegel (River Valley H.S), a sophomore at Loras College and a member of the men’s wrestling team, was honored as a member of the American Rivers Conference 2020-21 Winter Academic Team.
Home talent baseball could be returning to Arena in the near future, starting with the Muscoda Mudcats this summer.