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November 17, 2017 

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Mayer Honored
Mayer Honored
At the beginning of Tuesday's Green County Board of Supervisors meeting, Mark Mayer of the University of Wisconsin-Extension was honored by co-workers for his more than three decades of work for agriculture and education in Green County. Jayne Butts, a longtime colleague of Mayer, handed him the award and thanked him for all he has done both at the UW-Extension office, as well as for those in the community. At the beginning of Tuesday's Green County Board of Supervisors meeting, Mark Mayer of the University of Wisconsin-Extension was honored by co-workers for his more than three decades of work for agriculture and education in Green County. Jayne Butts, a longtime colleague of Mayer, handed him the award and thanked him for all he has done both at the UW-Extension office, as well as for those in the community. (Times photo: Adam Krebs At the beginning of Tuesday's Green County Board of Supervisors meeting, Mark Mayer of the University of Wisconsin-Extension was honored by co-workers for his more than three decades of work for agriculture and education in Green County. Jayne Butts, a longtime colleague of Mayer, handed him the award and thanked him for all he has done both at the UW-Extension office, as well as for those in the community. (Times photo: Adam Krebs At the beginning of Tuesday's Green County Board of Supervisors meeting, Mark Mayer of the University of Wisconsin-Extension was honored by co-workers for his more than three decades of work for agriculture and education in Green County. Jayne Butts, a longtime colleague of Mayer, handed him the award and thanked him for all he has done both at the UW-Extension office, as well as for those in the community. (Times photo: Adam Krebs)


Most school districts see reduction in state aid
Roughly 60 percent of area schools will see a decrease in 2017-18 state aid, in line with information released by the Wisconsin Department of Instruction specifying that 55 percent of state public schools will receive less aid than in the 2016-17 school year.
Thursday, November 16, 2017


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Monroe man charged with 3rd OWI
Friday, November 17, 2017

Darlington PD reminds residents of new parking rules
Friday, November 17, 2017

Monticello man sentenced for multiple drunken, disorderly incidents in county
Friday, November 17, 2017

Time for area kids to send a letter to Santa
Friday, November 17, 2017

Nehls gets 7 years
A former Brodhead man referred to as the "right-hand man" in a methamphetamine conspiracy that trafficked several pounds of the controlled substance was sentenced in federal court Thursday to seven years in prison.
Friday, November 17, 2017






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