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April 27, 2018 

'Greatest Little Show'
'Greatest Little Show'
Northside kindergartners Dawson Dickson and Joshua Kroll, dressed as clowns, tell the audience jokes between acts during "The Greatest Little Show on Earth" at the Monroe High School Performing Arts Center April 12.


'Family' connections in sister city
Mike and Shawna Nevil pose for a photo in Switzerland with Patrick Zuger, center, who worked for the couple as a chef 26 years ago at the Chalet Landhaus in New Glarus. Zuger now owns a restaurant in Zuzwil, Switzerland, that the couple was able to visit on the trip. The fire department from the village greeted them as they arrived for lunch. (Photo supplied)
Mike and Shawna Nevil pose for a photo in Switzerland with Patrick Zuger, center, who worked for the couple as a chef 26 years ago at the Chalet Landhaus in New Glarus. Zuger now owns a restaurant in Zuzwil, Switzerland, that the couple was able to visit on the trip. The fire department from the village greeted them as they arrived for lunch. (Photo supplied)
Both a Swiss and American flag served as the backdrop as 35-year New Glarus firefighter Mike Nevil was made the honorary chief for the week in Glarus, Switzerland.
Friday, April 27, 2018


Monroe Power Sports

Green County group sends report to county board
Friday, April 27, 2018

Free yard waste drop-off Wednesday
Friday, April 27, 2018

Woman pleads guilty to stealing $700K from Monroe business
An accountant charged with stealing nearly $700,000 from a Monroe construction company to lead a "rock star lifestyle" entered a plea agreement Wednesday in the case.
Friday, April 27, 2018

Grant to aid demolition of century-old Blanchardville building
A downtown building that has been a blight to the village for at least half a decade was the background of an event Wednesday to announce that Blanchardville received a grant of more than $83,000 from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation.
Friday, April 27, 2018

Going digital with math homework
Thursday, April 26, 2018





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