When Todd Tuls filed an application to build a 5,800-cow dairy farm along 127 acres of land in Sylvester in August 2015, neighboring farmers formed coalitions and advocated for regulation to local officials over concerns about possible groundwater contamination.
In 1968, Fritz and Jackie Ruf of Darlington took their children, Margaret and Nicholas, to the highest point in Wisconsin, Timm's Hill in Price County, 1,951 feet above sea level.
Senior pitcher Travis McCoy assured that the Monticello-Albany baseball team will head into the postseason with some momentum after the Ponies split a doubleheader with River Ridge Friday.
Rick Veeder gets a push from his friend Sue Fiorucci, both of Albany, while spending part of the day kayaking in the Sugar River in Albany May 18. Fiorucci said she moved to Albany about three years ago and it was Veeder who taught her how to kayak. The two have gone kayaking regularly when the weather is nice, but this was the first time Fiorucci had gone since having a full hip replacement five months ago. "I like the freedom and the silence of the river," Fiorucci said. "You can see pretty houses from the river you can't see from the road." (Times photo: Marissa Weiher)