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Decoding Your Taxes, Health Care Law - Daily Union
(Family Features) You don't need to be an expert on taxes or the new health care law to get it right. The Internal Revenue Service, in partnership with industry-leading companies, is offering free tax software that will do the hard work for you. It's ...
The Lowdown on Loans - Daily Union
(Family Features) Borrowing money can help you manage your way out of a tight spot, but doing so without knowing all the facts can make your finances even tighter in the long run. “When faced with a financial emergency, most people don’t think through ...
Power Up Throughout the Day with Protein - Daily Union
(Family Features) As the building blocks of life, your body requires protein to function properly. But protein is also an important nutrient for those who wish to stay satisfied and full throughout their busy days. A vital part of every diet, proteins are ...
J/C tankers earn first dual wins of the year - Daily Union
J/C tankers earn first dual wins of the year By Jeff Seisser Union sports editor Daily Jefferson County Union JEFFERSON — A big night was had by all as the Jefferson/Cambridge High School swim program swept a non-conference tripledual with visiting St ...
Whitewater house gutted by fire - Daily Union
WHITEWATER — No one was injured in a fire that gutted a house on South Cottage Street in Whitewater Friday morning. A passvery by reported a fire at Raul and Maria Perez’s home at 267 S. Cottage Street at 8:54 a.m. Smoke was visible coming from the ...
Eagles take wind out of Turner - Daily Union
JEFFERSON — While it wasn’t totally the plan, the Jefferson High School girls’ basketball team’s ability to take the air out of the ball in the waning minutes of Thursday’s Rock Valley Conference crossover allow it to hold on to a 46-41 win ...
Warriors pin L-Cats - Daily Union
Before Thursday night’s Capitol North Conference dual match, both the Lake Mills High School and Lakeside Lutheran High School wrestling team coaches drew out the match on paper. Each staff knew the dual was going to be a close one. That is exactly the ...
Audrey Lucille Mettel Fixmer, 86, Fort Atkinson - Daily Union
Audrey Lucille Mettel Fixmer, 86, of Fort Atkinson, died peacefully at her home on Jan. 22, 2015, surrounded by her family. Born in Aurora, Ill., on Jan. 25, 1928, Audrey was the daughter of Alois and Gertrude (Pattermann), Mettel. She married Robert ...
Fort man out on bond in gas station robberies - Daily Union
JEFFERSON — A $50,000 signature bond was set Thursday for a 32-year-old Fort Atkinson man accused of three armed gas station robberies across Jefferson County. Appearing before Jefferson County Circuit Court Judge Randy Koschnick, Corbett G. Ross was ...
No. 2 Warhawks sink No. 15 Pointers - Daily Union
WHITEWATER — Cody Odegaard and the UW-Whitewater men’s basketball team did some damage from behind the 3-point arc Wednesday night. As a result, the Warhawks got off to strong starts in both halves of its first-place meeting with rival UW-Stevens Point.
Paul understands, wants to embrace challenge - Daily Union
WHITEWATER — Dean Paul accomplished something only one other coach has been able to do over the last decade — beat Mount Union. Ironically, Paul is interviewing for the job of the very man, Lance Leipold, who was able to defeat the Purple Raiders six ...
Oregon duo does in Fort - Daily Union
OREGON — The Fort Atkinson Blackhawks couldn't stop the duo of Leah Koopman and Cassidy Nikolai on Thursday night in Oregon. Koopman and Nikolai combined for 29 points to lead first-place Oregon (7-5 overall, 6-1 Badger South Conference) to a 46-35 high ...
Whippets overpower Panthers - Daily Union
WHITEWATER — The Whitewater High School girls’ basketball team showed Thursday night why it is ranked third in the Associated Press Division 3 poll. The Whippets (15-0 overall, 9-0) opened the first half against visiting Palmyra-Eagle with a 36-3 lead ...
Four to be interviewed for Hoard Museum director - Daily Union
The Fort Atkinson Historical Society Personnel Committee will meet Monday, Jan. 26, to interview four finalists for the vacant Hoard Historical Museum director post. The finalists include Merrilee Lee of Fort Atkinson; Douglas Kendall of Oneonta, N.Y ...
Not-guilty pleas in drug case - Daily Union
JEFFERSON — The former co-owner of Abilities Inc. in Fort Atkinson will be going to trial for multiple counts of possession of narcotic drugs and a controlled substance, including heroin and other opioids. Tyler D. Hansen, 43, is charged with four counts ...