Iowa-Grant school board take long look at future

Summary The Iowa-Grant School District Board of Education spent most of its regular meeting for April Thursday looking at the needs of the future. Much of the discussion centered around long range planning and reviewing the financial picture as it is at present and what it looks like in the …

Clean water, local food a collaborative effort

By Jim Massey SPRING GREEN – Members of a pair of groups in the Spring Green area believe they have something special in their midst, and they want others to discover and appreciate it as much as they do. The Lowery Creek Watershed Initiative and Savor the River Valley, partnerships …

Highland board handles snow day make-up minutes

Thanks to a recent joke played on Wisconsin by Mother Nature the students at Highland schools will spend an extra two minutes behind their desks every day the rest of the school year.

Dodgeville board approves WARCO agreement

When the big yellow bus comes to take Dodgeville students to school and to activities it will continue to say “WARCO” on its side. That will be the way it will be for at least the next two school years as the school board voted unanimously Monday to extend its …

Referendum, saving money heads Barneveld School Board meeting

By John Dalton Before the Barneveld School Board Meeting on Wednesday, March 13th, the school district had one more district community session regarding the upcoming referendum.

Dodger softball goes two for three for the week

Platteville scored a run in the first and tacked on three more in the second to eventually turn back Dodgeville 5-2 in a SWC game Friday.

Tarrell fast becoming a strikeout artist for Highland

Highland’s softball team continues to get big strikeout numbers from right handed pitcher Kate Tarrell and she sent nine back to the bench in a Six Rivers game with Potosi/Cassville. Tarrell struck out in a 9-2 win Monday. He gave up four hits, two runs and walked one. P/C scored …

DP track both 5th at Lancaster

Both the Dodge-Point girls and boys track & field teams finished 5th at the Lancaster Invitational Thursday. For the boys, Layne Aurit won the 800 while Alex LaMere continued his high jump dominance with another first. Ellie Robinson won the 800 with her twin sister Annie taking the 1600 for …

Pointers use time wisely to earn championship game

There were 22 seconds left in the game and the Mineral Point boys basketball team had a hill to climb if they were going to extend their stay at the Kohl Center in the WIAA Division 4 state tournament Thursday.

Aschliman’s shot is golden for the Pointers

The right place, the right time, the right result. The right place was on the weakside of the Pointer basket.

Frank, Dorothy Adeline (Liegel)

Dorothy Adeline (Liegel) Frank, age 97, passed away peacefully in her sleep on Monday, April 15, 2024. She was born on May 7, 1926, the 5th of 14 children born to Walter and Mary (Aron) Liegel. She was raised with her 5 brothers and 8 sisters on the family farm …

Ayers, Anthony J.

Anthony J. Ayers July 18, 1958 - April 12, 2024

Hall, Clinton R.

Clinton R. Hall, age 76, of Dodgeville was called home on Saturday, April 13, 2024 at UW Hospital in Madison surrounded by family. He was born on August 4, 1947, to Marvin Lee and Bessie Mae Hall. Clinton graduated from Bloomfield High School (Bloomfield, MO) in May of 1966. He …

Hassman, Maxine Elaine

Maxine Elaine Hassman, age 89, of Blue River went to meet her Lord and Savior on Monday, April 15, 2024. She was born on October 15, 1934, to Archie and Lillian (Studnicka) Novak of Highland, WI. She received Jesus Christ as her personal savior on November 20, 1945, while walking …

Leach, Jr., Frank D.

Frank D. Leach, Jr., age 85, of Spring Green, passed away on June 13, 2023, surrounded by his loving wife and family at Avow hospice facility in Florida.