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JoAnne Elizabeth Jacobs, 68, Fort Atkinson - Daily Union
JoAnne Elizabeth Jacobs, 68, of Fort Atkinson, passed away on Monday, Aug. 31, 2015, at her home. JoAnne was born in Fort Atkinson on June 16, 1947, the daughter of Willard and Nancy Jane (Turnbull) Hathaway. She graduated from Whitewater High School.
Alvina Nelda Korth, 97, Cambridge - Daily Union
CAMBRIDGE — Alvina Nelda Korth, 97, of Cambridge, passed away on Friday, Aug. 28, 2015, at her home. Alvina was born in Chili, Wis., on Oct. 30, 1917, the daughter of August and Louise (Schilling) Foemmel. She received a bachelor of science degree in ...
County panel updated on highway construction projects - Daily Union
JEFFERSON — The Jefferson County Highway Committee was updated on road construction projects when it met Tuesday. Currently, there are ongoing construction projects on County Highways W, A, N and J. Work on Highway W is taking place near the new highway ...
Jefferson Eagles Golf for a Cure - Daily Union
MADISON — The Jefferson High School girls’ golf team fashioned a 12th-place finish in the first-annual “Crusade for a Cure” Invitational held at Maple Bluff Country Club in Madison Monday. Jefferson shot a 430. “The girls had a great time ...
Worden's goal lifts Fort - Daily Union
A chippy, physical match may have been just what the Fort Atkinson High School boys’ soccer team needed on Tuesday. Thanks to a late 84th minute goal from senior Owen Warde, the Blackhawks (2-1-0 overall) defeated Westosha Central, 1-0, in a non ...
Eagles edged by Tide, 3-2 - Daily Union
EDGERTON — The Jefferson High School boys’ soccer team came oh so close to winning its first Rock Valley Conference match, falling 3-2 at Edgerton Tuesday night. David Kim’s unassisted goal in the 84th minute broke a 2-2 tie giving the Crimson Tide ...
Fort Atkinson places eighth - Daily Union
STOUGHTON — The Fort Atkinson girls’ swim team got some valuable experience in the Badger South Relays on Tuesday at Stoughton. The Blackhawks finished in eighth place out of eight teams with a score of 52 while Edgewood High School took top honors in ...
Jefferson nets win over WLP - Daily Union
WATERTOWN — The Jefferson High School girls’ tennis team rolled to victory Tuesday earning a 7-0 decision over Watertown Luther Prep in non-conference play. “I thought (Luther Prep) was going to be better than last year — we had two close matches ...
Jefferson to study sanitary sewer rate - Daily Union
JEFFERSON — The Jefferson Common Council on Tuesday unanimously voted to allow completion of a sanitary sewer rate study due to a sudden decrease in revenues for 2015. The study will be conducted by Baker Tilly Virchow Krause LLP, headquartered in Chicago.
Whitewater debates impervious surface policy - Daily Union
WHITEWATER — If Whitewater’s legendary witches ever placed a curse on the city, then it has manifested as the municipality’s zoning ordinance. The Whitewater Common Council on Tuesday debated, for nearly 90 minutes, a single aspect of a large number ...
Fort Atkinson mulls future streets management issues - Daily Union
Although falling a bit behind in maintaining its streets, the City of Fort Atkinson now is identifying roadways that need repair or replacement and exploring various funding scenarios to accomplish the task. The Fort Atkinson City Council on Tuesday held a ...
Fort netters downed, 6-1 - Daily Union
MONROE — The Fort Atkinson High School girls’ tennis team continued its head-to-head Southern Badger Conference matches on Tuesday, falling 6-1 at Monroe. The Blackhawks had its lone win of the season come from Evalise Yang and Megan Jordan in No. 1 ...
Great Ways to Improve Your Bathroom - Daily Union
(StatePoint) A bathroom can and should be much more than a utilitarian space. In the best circumstances, it will be a place to gather your wits for the day ahead and unwind before bed. But building a better bathroom is necessary before you can truly relax ...
Wounded Veterans And Supporters Get Helping Hand For College - Daily Union
(NAPSI)—While veterans are among the most sought-after college students today, nearly half can’t afford to go to college, according to a recent MARCH Marketing survey of 6,000 military veterans. Many may not know what scholarships are available to them.
Four Tips To Ease The "Get To School" Rush - Daily Union
(NAPSI)—If any of America’s estimated 70 million schoolchildren is yours, you may be glad to learn about four steps toward making the morning rush a little more relaxed. 1. First, the best thing you can do for the morning is to start the night before.